Cornish Food Gift Basket

Regular price £20.00

Tax included.

A Cornish hamper containing a mixture of food gifts from Cornwall, gift wrapped in a wicker basket with a free gift card. Cornish hampers delivery costs £2.99.

This Cornish Food Gift Basket contains:

  • 200g Furniss of Cornwall Original Cornish Fairings
  • 40g Great British Crisp Company Fish & Chip Flavour (Great British Crisp Company has temporarily closed so we're swapping for Burts crisps)
  • 70g Chocolate Pasty by Kernow Chocolate
  • 100g Roskilly's Organic Fudge
  • 113g Boddingtons Strawberry Jam
  • 100g Seal Salt & Caramel Chocolate by Kernow Chocolate
  • Gift Wrapped Wicker Basket – The hamper contents are lovingly arranged in a wicker basket, secured with cellophane, tied with ribbon and placed in a secure outer box.
  • Cornish Hampers gift card. Enter personal message at first checkout page (next page).

    Delivery details summary (more here):

    Price:

    - £2.99 2-4 day delivery.
    - £4.95 1st class delivery (1-2 days).
    - Saturday delivery £14.

    Delivery Date:

    - Chose preferred date at checkout (hard to hit exact date with 2-4 day delivery).

    Sometimes if products are unavailable we will swap them for the nearest equivalent product that we have in stock.

    Customer Reviews

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    Present

    Well received

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    A.O.
    Arrived promptly

    This was a present for my friend. She informed me that it arrived well packaged and the food was of a very good quality

    P
    P.Z.
    Lovely Cornish Hamper Goodies

    This hamper is a brilliant gift idea for friends of mine only just getting to know Cornwall

    C
    C.
    Excellent present

    Hamper arrived for the date requested and contents much appreciated by the recipient. Very good ordering service.

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    S.H.
    The Gift that put a big smile on my friends face

    Great products and delivered promptly.. It went to friends in Scotland who where over the moon with the Cornish goodies