We received some amazing goodies from Whittard, just in time for Christmas. I love their flavoured teas and sweets. They have some fun gift ideas for Christmas too including: baubles. If you want some yummy treats for Christmas have a look inside… 

The Whittard gift guide

Whittard hot chocolate bauble

I love the idea of specialised baubles, what I mean by that is they look pretty on the tree but contain something amazing inside too. It’s such a great idea for a Christmas gift. Inside this hot chocolate bauble you will find everything you need to make a yummy hot chocolate on Christmas Day. A perfect gift for £4.80 *current price online.

The Christmas pudding biscuits are delicious and so is the dessert fudge selection.  Perfect gifts for Christmas from Whittard, the packaging looks really luxurious too. I would love to find these in my stocking on Christmas morning. Especially as their prices are under £6. 

Whittard hamper hot chocolate set

The Whittard hot chocolate hamper is such a lovely gift. It is currently £21.20 and it contains two soho glasses, Christmas flavoured hot chocolate and a jar of marshmallows. It comes in a lovely hamper, surrounded by luxury shredded paper. The perfect gift for a hot chocolate fan. 

Whittard hamper set

Alice in wonderland collection

I love the Alice in Wonderland goodies from Whittard. The Cheshire Cat mug is so cute and it feels really comfortable to drink out of too. It is £10 which is a great price for a secret santa gift or a stocking filler. The Wonderland tea selection box comes with three different flavoured teas: Earl Grey (my favourite), English breakfast and English rose. They are all delicious and they come in a nice gift box, costs £12. I just had to have this Alice tea defuser, she is gorgeous and for £6 it is a great little stocking filler. 

Whittard Alice in Wonderland gift set

What are your favourite products on the Whittard website? I would love to know in the comments below, or on social media: @mummyconstant. 

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Last Update: Tuesday, 11th December 2018