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Breakfast Hamper

This hamper is our ode to the great British breakfast, with everything you need to start your day. We even have the brown sauce or ketchup debate covered! Beautifully gift wrapped your hamper with arrive chilled and ready to eat or freeze as you prefer.

Customised Pork Pie Hamper

This Hamper is presented, in its own cool bag, this personalised pork pie Hamper is a brilliant gift for Dads & Grandads everywhere, or simply just for your favourite Pork Pie lover! The Hamper also includes either a choice of a bottle of Merlot or a selection of handcrafted beer with a Stokes Brown Sauce and Tracklements Ploughman's Pickle! Yum Yum!

Steak Lovers Hamper

There is always that one person we struggle to buy for isn’t there? We created this hamper with those hard to buy for carnivores! Tender 28-day aged sirloins, a delicious sauce and a bottle of Country Victualler Merlot. Your hamper comes gift wrapped and complete with its own cool bag.

The Country Victualler Cool Bag

Our stylish and generously sized cool bag. Perfect for gifting, picnics or simply using to transport chilled and frozen foods.

Create your own - Deluxe Wine Hamper (3 bottles of wine)

An attractive way to present your gift of wines, this sturdy box holds 3 individual bottles of wine or fizz…you just have to choose which 3!

Although these are available to buy as empty packaging, we think they look most impressive when filled with your favourite CV goodies

Cockburns Port and Country Victuallers Stilton Hamper

A hamper for after the big event, or perhaps before!
Do we ever need an excuse to indulge in this cosy pair?
Arrives beautifully gift wrapped with our trademark Country Victualler ribbon and personalised message!
Cockburn’s Port is a port producer in Portugal. Cockburn’s was set up by Scotsman Robert Cockburn in 1815, who returned to Portugal after first visiting the country as a soldier fighting under Wellington in the Napoleonic Wars. It later became a major brand of port in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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