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This is What a £6K Christmas Hamper Looks Like

We’ve been awfully good this year…

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As far as luxury hampers go, this one takes the (rose and pistachio) biscuit. The Fortnum & Mason Christmas hampers collection is available now, and the most lavish option will set you back £6,000.

Fortnum & Mason The Imperial Hamper, £6,000

Fortnum & Mason The Imperial Hamper, £6,000

The ‘Imperial Hamper’ contains everything you’ll need to make it a very merry Christmas, no matter how many you’ve invited to join you for the festivities.

The drinks selection includes a choice of champagnes, red and white wines, Fouseca 40-year-old Tawny Port and more. There are teas and coffees for after dinner, as well as plenty of sweet and savoury treats.

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Sweet treats include truffles, Florentines, griottes, Christmas puddings, fruitcake, macarons, shortbread, elvas plums, panettone and stolen. Oh, and biscuits, chocolates, nuts, honeys and preserves.

For the main event there’s a whole Christmas ham, smoked salmon, Glenarm beef, pies from the Fortnum & Mason butcher, jars of Fortnum’s stilton and potted rarebit, a tin of Beluga Caviar and all the condiments you can think of.

Of course, you wouldn’t fit all this in one Fortnum & Mason Christmas hamper, so your deliver will arrive in a suite of logo-embellished wicker hampers, perfect for storing leftover treats for day two of the celebrations.

Non-food items include signature perfume, a corkscrew, body lotion, champagne stopper, Christmas crackers, kitchen linens (including a chef’s hat), baubles and a canvas backpack picnic hamper.

Now, who’s going to buy one for us? Santa, we’ve been awfully good this year…

Fortnum & Mason The Imperial Hamper, £6,000.

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