Ekkk…I’m 24! And Highland Fayre

June 9, 2013

On Friday I had my 24th Birthday and today I want to share one of the most exciting gifts I got which came through the post.

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Highland Fayre sent me a lovely hamper for my birthday and first of all I would like to mention how beautiful the box alone is. Upon opening the box I found an assortment of wonderful items including:

  • Bottle of Moët & Chandon Champagne
  • Highland Croft Scottish Traditional Hand Baked Toffee & Pecan Crumblies
  • Chocolate & Love ‘Crushed Diamonds’ Organic 55% Chocolate Bar with Milk & Cacao Nibs Orange
  • Droste Dark Chocolate Pastilles presented in a Tube
  • Hamlet Luxury Belgian Chocolate Assortment

Plus a pretty flower bunch made from Ovidio Italian sugar almonds.

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What’s Highland Fayre..?


Highland Fayre was founded in 1985 by Howard England. They started off selling wild smoked salmon, but by 1991 the emphasis had changed to luxury food and drink gift hampers. Highland Fayre have provided 100,000’s of corporate hampers for businesses all over the world, plus luxury gift hampers for private individuals gifting friends and family on special occasions.

Their hampers make an ideal gift for:

  • Christmas
  • Birthdays
  • Special occasions
  • Achievement reward
  • Valentines
  • Fathers and Mothers days
  • ‘Thank you’ gifts

They also have special hampers for Him, for Her, Mum,Grandparents and Couples.

The quality of  my Highland Fayre hamper is outstanding and once we’ve devoured the yummy goodies inside I will definitely be keeping the box to keep – it’s just far too pretty to throw away in my book. So far we have tried the Toffee & Pecan Crumblies which are lovely and go perfectly with a hot cup of tea. I can’t drink the Champagne yet but will be keeping it for when Amelia has weaned herself.

You can follow Highland Fayre on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I was sent the product for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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