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Christmas Gift Guide - 2021

With Christmas and the festive season rapidly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas shopping, and we’ve got some fantastic suggestions for gift ideas.

Here at Southbourne Farm Shop we work months in advance with our suppliers to curate a range of seasonal gifts and treats that we think our customers will love. And now is the exciting time when our shelves begin to fill up with festive goodies.

If you’re looking for a little Christmas shopping inspiration, we’ve hand-picked a few items to include in our this Christmas Gift Guide 2021; items that we think would make the perfect gift for family, friends, neighbours, or colleagues.

We’ve got loads more in and around the shop too, so do come and have a browse! But here’s a few suggestions to get you started…

Stocking Filler Chocolates If you are looking for some great stocking fillers, our range of local and artisan chocolates and biscuits all come with a deliciously festive makeover. These include:

Amélie Luxury Milk Chocolate Penguins

Chocolate Reindeer Lolly.

Iced Gingerbread Christmas Tree.

Cooklicious & Co Mini Snowmen Shortbread Cookies.

Natalie Chocolates Luxury Continental Milk Chocolate Sprouts.

Lindt Chocolate Snowflake.

Monty Bojangles – Flutter Scotch Truffles, Choccy Scoffy Christmas Truffles and assorted Christmas Truffles Sharing Box.

Tony’s Chocolonely – Buttermilk, Milk, Caramel and Sea salt, Milk Caramel Biscuit.

Grandma Wild’s Biscuits – Stem Ginger and Lemon, Chocolate Chip, and Clotted Cream Biscuits, and 160g Christmas Hats and Winter Robins Biscuit Tins.

Christmas Tree Tin 400g All Butter Shortbread Petticoat Tails.

Relax and Unwind – With all the rushing around pre-Christmas, what could make for a better gift than our soothing and relaxing range of products by Portsmouth based company, Southsea Bathing Hut.

Blooming Bath and Shower Oil with Cedarwood and Sweet Orange.

‘You’ve been naughty’ Coal Soap with Neroli, Orange and Cedarwood.

Mini Soap Gift Set.

Salty Sea Scrub – Lemon and Orange.

Chutney, Pickles and Preserves – Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a tasty, tangy ‘table picnic’ of cheeses, crackers, pickles, and chutneys. Our own Southbourne Farm Shop branded jars fly off the shelves at this time of year and we’re also stocking some other brands including:

The Bay Tree ‘Marvellous Mini Tree’ festive pack, which includes Real Ale Chutney, Scrumptious Cider Apple Jelly, So Strawberry Jam, Lemon and Lime Marmalade with Gin and more.

The Fine Cheese Co Single Serving Selection Box, which includes Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crackers, Rosemary Crackers and Wheat Rounds.

The Fine Cheese Company – Toast for Cheese in three different favours including: Apricot and Pistachio with Sesame Seeds, Quinces Pecans and Poppy Seeds, or Dates Hazelnuts and Pumpkins Seeds.

Raising A Toast To Christmas – We like to support local producers wherever we can and our top suggestions for Christmas drinks include a few very local suppliers …

Chichester Harbour Gin (various sizes).

Wessex Distillery Gin (five different flavours).

Silent Pool Gin Gift Pack with Copa glass.

Ashling Park Sparkling Rosé.

Flower Pots Brewery – Pots Bitter, Goodens Gold, Buster’s 3x 500ml bottles Gift Pack.

Mermaid gift set – Mermaid Gin, Mermaid Vodka and Mermaid Pink Gin in 5cl bottles.

Something Different – How about something a little different as a gift this year?

Eco Chic sustainable drinks bottle – 24 hours cold and 12 hours hot in various designs.

2022 Calendar – We have a wide selection that includes; Vintage Railways, Garden Birds, National Parks and South of England.

Figgy’s Luxury Christmas Pudding award-winning pudding.

Ceramics and Olive Wood homeware range - Our ‘half dipped’ ceramic home range includes hand-painted ceramics in rustic pastel colours, and a selection of olive wood products from a small workers' cooperative in Tunisia.

And if that doesn’t give you some Christmas shopping solutions, then how about a hamper put together with a number of items from the shop, or maybe some Farm Shop gift vouchers!

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