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Have you started thinking about Christmas? The kids are easier to shop for, they’ve probably been telling ‘Santa’ what they want for months. Adults are a little tougher. They’re often forgotten – except by their spouses, girlfriends or boyfriends. Sometimes, the only Christmas present a grown-up will get is the office Christmas hamper. Still, whether you’re gifting colleagues, clients, or the person in the next apartment, Gift Baskets Direct has something for you. Our gift concierges put a lot of thought into the packages they curate

Plus, if you want your Christmas gift basket in Melbourne to be customised, we can put some special touches on the packaging. We can brand it with a business logo, a meaningful symbol, or even a family photo. But first you have to decide what you’d like to buy. We have a few suggestions to help you along. Since the theme is Yuletide, our Christmas gift choices often include pudding, fruitcake, chocolate, wine, and cranberry delicacies. We routinely put together festive packages with different beverage options, to suit every preference

Paint it red and white

Our Australian Red and White Celebration hamper checks off several boxes. It has both red and white wine, so if you’re unsure what your recipient prefers, you can still land some marks. (Unless they prefer sparkling.) The wine itself is a well-loved local brand – McGuigan. This makes it a patriotic, culturally appropriate Christmas gift for international clients or partners. The hamper also has nuts, pretzels, chocolate, crackers, and biscotti, so there’s something for every taste, sweet and savoury. There’s even a touch of spice in the pepper crackerthins.

Say it with beer

There’s a misconception that gift hampers online have to be ‘high end’, which translates as wine and expensive scotch. But really, a gift bag can have anything that would appeal to your gift target. So if they like beer, we have just the thing. Our Beer, wine, and snacks hamper can turn any Christmas gathering into a party. Yes, it has some wine in it – Two Churches Sauvignon from Australia’s own Barossa Valley vineyards. But the gift bag also has four Crown lagers, crackers, sweet chilli peanuts, cocktail nibbles, and a mixed pack of (feta) cheese and pitted olives.

Whisky it up

Modern living is pretty stressful, so a lot of us develop acidity and high blood pressure. Others experience milder symptoms of acid reflux. Either way, anyone that suffers heart burn (or its extreme result – ulcers) is wary of beer and wine. They both trigger your tummy to produce excess acid, which is immensely problematic. On the other hand, if you drink something with high ethanol (like gin, whisky, or cognac), you’re good – at least in terms of gastric acid. So if your recipient regularly uses Tums – or if they just like whisky – try the Johnny Walker Gift Hamper. Aside from the famous Black Label, the gift box has relish, and peanuts coated in sweet chilli or chocolate. It also has a mixed pack of olives and peppers.

For a broad selection of Christmas hampers, call Gift Baskets Direct today on 1300 665 331.

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