What says Christmas more than a beautifully presented hamper bursting full of delectable foodie treats and gluggable tipples? A hamper is a truly lovely gift to receive, and thankfully they don’t all come with eye-watering price tags.
There’s a lot to choose from this year, so we’ve done the hard work for you and narrowed down 14 of the best Christmas hampers from the high street and online that are all under £150. From Fortnum & Mason’s iconic selection of hampers to festive foodie bundles from the high street, Aldi’s new for 2020 vegan hamper and curated edits of the best independent produce, all of these are bursting with delicious nibbles, snacks, treats and drinks.
Whether your recipient has a sweet tooth or they’re a savoury lover, a chocoholic or ale connoisseur, we’ve got all your bases covered when it comes to the best hampers for 2020.
20 best Christmas hampers under £150
Following the launch of Kylie Minogue’s very own wine range earlier this year, there’s now a Christmas hamper personally curated by the pop star herself. With only 50 boxes available, it features two bottles of Kylie’s highly-sought after signature Merlot, two bespoke Wines by Kylie Minogue wine glasses, mulled wine spices, delectable orange chips, handmade mince pies and more.
Fortnum & Mason
Fortnum’s iconic wicker hamper baskets are always a winner – there are plenty at all price points to choose from, but this one contains festive peppermint bark and adorable mini marzipan Christmas puds.
This gorgeous wicker basket comes stuffed with everything you need for the ultimate Christmas Eve, including candy canes for the tree, Prosecco and mulled wine and a game for the whole family to play.
Available from 5 November, GAIL’s first Christmas hamper includes delightful bites from the bakery, including breads, cakes, jams, mince pies, coffee and even a candle.
Full of a specially curated selection of luxury food and drink, this Christmas-themed hamper from Panzer’s includes award-winning British Winslade cheese, Sturia Oscietra Caviar and delicious dried figs exclusive to Panzer’s.
Social Pantry prioritises sustainable and socially-responsible practices, and only include produce from suppliers with the same priorities. Their Festive Gifting Hamper includes some Rubies In The Rubble Zero Waste Pear and Fig Relish, Social Pantry Truffle and Pecorino Nuts and a bottle of House Red Wine.
Buy this selection of artisan food and drink products curated by craft drinks startup, Tom Savano, and all profits go to The Trussell Trust, which helps feed families in desperate need.
The Cherry Tree
The Cherry Tree prides themselves on producing the finest chutneys, preserves, marmalades and flavours since 1997, and their hampers are an excellent way to taste their hand-cooked, small-batch products.
Spice-rich loose leaf black Christmas Tea, hazelnut flavoured Christmas Coffee, Luxury hot chocolate and Christmas Pudding biscuits are all nestled inside this hamper – the Whittard Christmas hampers in general are not to be missed.
BoroughBox source excellent local produce from across the UK and package it up into gorgeous hampers. This one will make the ’12 days of Christmas’ a foodie sensation with such delights as Scottish shortbread, a Market Town Bakery Genoa Slab Cake and Minters Fine Food Christmas Pudding.
Aldi’s Christmas hamper offering is bigger and better than ever this year. New for 2020 is this vegan hamper, full of vegan-friendly sweet treats and a fruity Chilean Merlot.
For a luxury foodie gift, you can’t go wrong with a hamper from Harvey Nichols. This one curates the best of their own-label range, from lemon curd & clotted cream biscuits to sour cherry & prosecco sauce.
Described as ‘a veritable tour de France’, this hamper is bursting with French delicacies and produce, from dried wild chanterelle mushrooms to Christine Ferber blood orange jam.
Marks & Spencer
Ah, good old M&S. The supermarket has a wide range of Christmas hampers to choose from, stuffed full of festive M&S-quality delights. Pre-order now for delivery from 3 November.
This premium gift basket is packed full of food and drink worth £100, making it an excellent value choice.
Everything a gin-lover would ever want for the perfect night in is in here – tonics, nibbles and, of course, plenty of gin.
One for the chocoholic in your life, Virginia Hayward have packed this gorgeous willow basket full of chocolatey treats from the likes of Joe & Seph’s and Cartwright & Butler.
A themed hamper is great for those people who you know have a specific taste, and this one is great for ale and/or cheese fans.
If you know someone with a sweet tooth, this ‘build your own’ hamper is perfect. Even better, you get to choose exactly what sweets go inside, so nothing is left to chance.
This Christmas hamper packs all the tastes of Spain into one delicious box to impress friends and family with – stuffed full of Brindisa’s most loved products, find inside Iberico ham, Manchego cheese, cigarrillo biscuits and more.