Traditionally, during the traditional preparations for the holidays, Harrods reveals what is contained in their £20,000 Christmas hamper, called The Decadence … As in all previous releases, this decadent convenience will arrive at the doorstep, carrying wine and spirits, coffee and teas, fresh food, canned desserts, sweets, gifts and accessories for entertainment.
This year, in the Wine & Spirits you’ll find subtle wines, champagnes and spirits.
Among the wines stand out Château La Mission Haut-Brion, Pessac-Leognan, 2012, and Château Canon, Saint-Emilion ler Grand Cru Classe 2001, while Champagnes include Taittinger, Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut, Champagne 1999, Louis Roederer, Cristal Brut Millesime, Champagne 2006 Magnum…
Tea & Coffee section offers a collection of the finest teas and coffees from around the world.
As best we highlight Bari Gold Golden-Tipped Black Darjeeling Tea 100g – exquisite loose leaf tea, evocatively flavoured with orange peel, cinnamon and ginger, as well as the world’s most expensive coffee – Ross Kopi Wild Luwak Coffee 400g.
In the section of fresh food, you’ll find a few cans of caviar – Beluga and Oscietre, a collection of cheeses, including sweet, Blu and Tete de Moine. Also, there is the famous Iberico ham, Joselito chorizo and Iomo and smoked duck breast.
Pantry and Confectionery sections include Decorative Christmas cake 5kg, the endless list of puddings, biscuits, chocolates, jams and marmalades, and those who love cooking and spices, can look forward here to olive oil, honey and all that kind of stuff.
If your holiday fun begins with Harrods The Decadence at your doorstep, we believe that you will be in the mood to enjoy the parties and all other benefits of the Christmas.