8 Of Brisbane’s Best Christmas Hampers To Treat Someone To This Year

By Bella Stephan
1st Dec 2020

A person tying a ribbon on a Christmas Hamper box

Say no more to scotch biscuits and crackers, this year our Christmas hampers are getting bigger, better and merrier as we support Brisbane's local producers and creators. Expect to gift gourmet cuisines, plentiful cheeses and oh-so-drinkable wines to your family and friends and hopefully receive one of Brisbane's best Christmas hampers in return (if their thinking is on the same delicious page).

City Winery 

If your giftee is all about cheese boards and wine nights they will be befuddled by the City Winery Christmas Hamper. All packed up in a box and tied with ribbon will come homemade lavosh, pickles and relish, marinated olives and hazelnut chocolate. The gift also comes with two bottles of Gerler wine, which you can select from a list of sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, rosé, pinot noir, shiraz and more, depending on their preferred drop. 

Food Connect 

Food Connect is providing the goods this year with local pantry hampers priced from $60 to $90 and stuffed with the likes of jams, tamari almonds, chocolate almond butter, pure Australian honey and rum balls. Because who doesn’t love a good festive and alcohol fueled rum ball? Not anyone we know. Featuring food that’s locally sourced and/or made on the premises of the Food Connect Shed commercial kitchen their festive hampers are sure to impress any receiver. 

a box full of sweet treats wrapped in plastic

Jocelyn’s Provisions 

Whether you’re after sweet or savoury eats, Jocelyn’s Provisions has catered for everyone in Brisbane with their Christmas hampers this year. Ranging from $97 to $165 in price, you can order their Sweet Sampler filled with chocolates and cookies, the Crowd Pleaser stacked with rocky road and parmesan rounds or the cheese hamper for your dairy loving pals—see what we mean when we say there’s one for everyone? Jocelyn’s has well and truly thought this one out. 

Say Cheese 

Cheese, cheese and more cheese—yes please. If your family member or friend puts out a cheeseboard every weekend then this one is a no brainer. Priced at $70 from Say Cheese, the  cheese hamper is stuffed with truffle brie, camembert, blue and goats cheese, all from Australian cheese producers. Here's hoping you get invited over to help eat it all.

Scenic Rim Farm Box 

If you’re after an all rounder that supports a heap of local businesses, the Scenic Rim Farm Box has you and your giftee covered. From locally sourced Fassifern Valley foods salami to Rathlogan Grove kalamata olives and Hilly Ridge honey this Christmas hamper is full of festive goodies from all over the Scenic Rim, and will set you back just $60. Add some wine, beer or spirits from the list for an extra little something on the side.

a box filled with different packages and jars

Bella And Tortie 

Bella and Tortie always provide the best bakery delights and they’ve done it again with their Brisbane Christmas hampers. Ranging from $70 to $175 there are a few selected gifts to choose from to ensure that your giftee is opening up the hamper to their favourite snacks and treats. The All About The Food hamper includes a six-inch fruit cake, rum balls, tea and caramel sauce while the Isabelle hamper is overflowing with Bella and Tortie delights along with decorated gingerbread—perfect for Christmas dessert.  

New Farm Confectionery 

Another one for all the sweet lovers out there is the New Farm Confectionery hamper, priced at just $55 and stuffed with every sweet and delicious treat one could ever want for the Christmas holidays. From the New Farm Confectionery’s hand-crafted rocky road, dark chocolate and raspberry bark to honeycomb, milk chocolate dipped pretzels, peanut brittle and Christmas caramels, you'll struggle to keep your hands off them yourself. 

New Farm Deli 

There's plenty of fine cuisine in New Farm Deli's gourmet food hampers, with over 14 different variations to choose from. Ranging from $75 to $180, the boxes source different treats and drinks per pack with some including wine, cheese, olives, baking utensils, chocolate, tea cups, sea salt and pasta sauce (just to name a select few). So hop online and order up your Christmas hampers now before they’re all gone. 

If Brisbane Christmas hampers aren't your ideal gift, maybe you'd prefer to check our discount portal for some options. 

 Image credit: City Winery, Jocelyn's Provisions, Bella & Tortie

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