With Father’s Day fast approaching I was really pleased to be offered the opportunity to review a Father’s Day hamper from Prestige Hampers.
With men being notoriously difficult to buy for I was pretty certain that anything to do with food would go down well! Food is certainly better received than socks and smellies in our house!
On opening the box I was delighted to discover that I had been sent a hamper called “The Delicatessen”. If there’s one thing my husband loves, it’s cheese and the fact the cheese is accompanied by a bottle of Port, biscuits and pickle it’s an ideal gift! The hamper was attractively packaged in a lovely wooden hat box, which I have claimed for myself!
The contents of the hamper includes:-
Cropwell Bishop Blue Stilton
Westminster London Truckle Cheddar Cheese
Northumbria Kielder Cheese
Sourdough Crispbread Bites 105g
Spiced Plum chutney 198g
Vista Allegre Ruby Port 37.5cl
Delicatessen hat box
Priced at £44.99
My apologies if the Blue Stilton looks a little crumpled on the photos – my husband had eaten most of it before I managed to photograph it! Apart from the Blue Stilton the other cheeses had long use by dates. The Blue Stilton date was a little short, but this is probably due to the nature of the cheese.
Prestige Hampers offer a huge range of quality gifts. At Christmas we reviewed a Christmas Hamper from Prestige Hampers and it was extremely well received!
Why not treat your Father to a lovely hamper from Prestige Hampers. There is something to suit all tastes. We are looking forward to sampling the Port very soon, the cheese is likely to have been finished before then!
Prestige Hampers can deliver your gifts on a specified delivery date. You are sure to receive a quality item as Prestige Hampers have a trust score of 9.1 based on over 3000 reviews.
Rebecca from Futures lifestyle and parenting blog also reviewed a hamper. You can read her review here!
Take a look at the fantastic range for yourself!
*for the purpose of this honest review I received 1 delicatessen hamper from Prestige Hampers. All words and opinions are my own.