Christmas would not be the same without food and drink – and there are some lovely gifts for foodies too!
Steel Chestnut Roaster
What conjures up Christmas better than chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Fill your home with Chistmassy tastes and smells with this chestnut roaster.
Made from steel with a wooden handle, you can use this on an open fire, as well as on electric or gas ovens. All you need now are the chestnuts!
53 x 27 x 4cm
£6.99 from Strawberryfool
The Adnams Selection Champagne, Brut (double magnum)
Can you have too much of a good thing? Have fun finding out with these mega-bottles of special vintage Champagne.
Lovely stuff, with rich, clean, lemon and apple fruit, smooth, creamy texture and biscuity notes at the finish. Perfect for Christmas parties, grand scale celebrations (such as when your horse romps home in the King George at Kempton), New Year’s Eve and pouring out over gigantic pyramid stacks of Champagne glasses!
£99.00 Per Bottle from Adnams
Personalised 12-Year-Old Orkney Maltby Master of Malt
Warm your cockles on a cold day at the races with this quality Malt whisky. With its personalised label it’s the perfect pressie for the whisky-lover in your life!
£59.45 From Not on the High Street
Personalised Champagne by Intervino
If whisky’s not your tipple how about Champagne! Celebrate a racing win by personalising it with the horse’s name perhaps? Or simply present to a Christmas party host!
£39.99 from Not on the High Street
Red & White Tower
How could anyone resist this deliciously tempting party pack?
Featuring three gift boxes containing:
£30 Brand Waitrose from John Lewis
Novelty Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Apron from Avon
Treat the chef in the family to this fun Christmas novelty Rudolph Printed Musical Apron with waist ties and front pocket. Featuring a detachable red nose which plays ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’ when pressed!
Size approx 90cm x 57cm. Cotton and Polyester. Requires 3 x button cell batteries (included).
£8.99 from Amazon