Gourmet hampers; Fortnum & Mason is renowned for clever ready-to-eat snacks – particularly the traditional Scotch egg. Its signature hampers are favoured by Ascot, Henley and Wimbledon-goers, and make a great choice for any festive celebration.

-Founded in London in 1707
-Expertly curated wines and food
-Ideal for seasonal gifting

[Fortnum & Mason- The Gentleman’s Party Hamper £250]

EDITORS’ NOTES
Fortnum & Mason’s legacy began in 1707 when it was founded on London’s Duke Street. The brand’s ‘Gentleman’s Party Hamper’ is filled with delectable treats for this holiday season, including cheese and biscuits, pickles, truffles and even martini berries. Use the elegant wicker presentation basket for picnics year round.

[Fortnum & Mason- The Gentleman’s Adventure Hamper £300]

EDITORS’ NOTES
This ‘Gentleman’s Adventure Hamper’ is thoughtfully filled with biscuit tins, chutneys, preserves and delicious snacks. If afternoon tea and globe-trotting top your list of hobbies, this assortment won’t disappoint.

[Fortnum & Mason- The Gentleman’s Staples Hamper £175]

EDITORS’ NOTES
Fortnum & Mason made its name as a supplier of luxurious and exotic foods for travellers. Its hampers are the stuff of legend, referenced by Mr Charles Dickens and carried by the first British expedition to the summit of Everest (the daring explorers required four dozen bottles of champagne for the ordeal). This one, housed in a handsome wicker basket, comes packed with a host of fine teas, relishes, preserves and other treats to restock your cupboards or give as a gift.