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Celebrate the festive spirit in July with style

 Luxury food and drinks comprise the makings of premium celebrations. With only the finest gourmet offerings, The Hamper Emporium aims to effortlessly enhance your Christmas in July and all other special occasions.

Christmas happens twice a year at The Hamper Emporium, but the festive spirit is always in luxurious abundance with the extensive range of gourmet food, fine wine, world-famous Champagnes, spirits, craft beers and ciders in every select gift hamper.

The Hamper Emporium takes great pride in its expertly curated range of Christmas in July gift hampers.

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Only the finest local food and wines, and select premium international brands, are included in the extensive selection of gift hampers on offer.  Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial NV Champagne, Butlers Irish Chocolates, Maison Fossier Biscuit Roses and Glenmorangie Original are just some of the world-class brands that have been handpicked by The Hamper Emporium team for their premium gourmet qualities.

The cream of Australia’s artisan producers, such as Willie’s Cacao, Morgan’s of Sydney, The Woods Farm, Kangaroo Island Produce, Brewer’s Nut Co, Gourmet Regional Produce, local winemakers Cape Mentelle, Hentley Farm, The Islander Estate, and craft beer brands Micro Breweries of Australia and James Squire, also complement the extensive range of gift hampers.

Gift givers can choose from the wide selection of gourmet offerings available online for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, special occasions and corporate gifts to order and deliver with ease and efficiency.

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The Christmas hampers selection is brimming with themed gourmet foods, including handmade Christmas cakes, fruit mince pies, hot drinking chocolate, sweet brittles, roasted nuts, buttery traditional and macadamia shortbreads, a selection of sweet and savoury spreads, condiments and sauces, gourmet crackers and artisan chocolates.

So gather your loved ones together to snuggle up as you sip, sample and savour the winter-warming flavours.

To extend the spirit of giving for Christmas in July, The Hamper Emporium is offering online visitors the chance to win one of 20 deluxe Christmas hampers, each valued at $149. But be quick: competition entries must be received by July 31.

Whether it’s Christmas in July or all other special occasions, The Hamper Emporium’s gift hampers are set to arrive in their elegant keepsake gift boxes. This includes premium gift-wrapping and a complimentary gift card for you to personalise your festive or special-occasion greeting.

Free Australia-wide delivery is The Hamper Emporium’s gift to you with every hamper purchase. This unique gesture is a small token with a big impact. Giving to the giver is a unique way that The Hamper Emporium celebrates its valued customers (more than 200,000 of them) for Christmas in July, Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries and all special occasions that deserve only the finest in lavish, luxurious and luscious tastes.

So avoid the retail crowds by jumping online today at The Hamper Emporium to secure and send all of your premium gift hamper purchases.

 

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