Between your first footstep out of bed and the first carve at lunch, it can often feel like there’s an eternity to wait. For those idle hours, Fortnum & Mason have created this glorious, treat-filled hamper.
For breakfast, there are some extraordinary jars within, starting with Fortnum's bold Sir Nigel’s Vintage Marmalade.
First created for the eponymous theatre impresario in the 1920s and still drawing serious crowds today, it’s a thick-cut treat that’s both delicious on hot-buttered toast and works wonders as a sticky glaze on sausages.
Fortnum's very Christmassy Orange & Cranberry Curd is a smooth-textured creation made with two of the season's most iconic fruits, and used sparingly, is a delicious tart-sweet counterpoint to the flavours of your centrepiece turkey.
Finally, Fortnum's Christmas Pudding Jam is, as the name suggests, a sweet and sticky spread that packs all the festive flavours of the real thing itself.
Delicious on toast, crumpets and added to your Boxing Day turkey-and-all-sorts sandwich, it's a future Christmas classic in the making.
And to sip with all three, there's a hot-to-trot trio of ready-to-brew tipples.
Fortnum's Christmas Coffee is a rich, chocolatey delight, their Christmas Spiced Tea is festive-spiced and splendidly zesty, while their famous Afternoon Blend is, in spite of its name, truly wonderful at any time of day.
Best of all, hidden within there's even a gorgeous Fortnum's Stripe Two Cup Teapot with which to pour them all.
And for any mid-morning munchies that might strike, there's always Fortnum's Cinnamon Dusted Milk Chocolate Almonds, Cinnamon & Orange Shortbread Fingers and a few other sweet surprises for good measure. After all, it wouldn't be Christmas without a bit of chocolate for breakfast!
Our special brand partnership with Fortnum & Mason’s this Christmas, offers one lucky shopper the chance to win this delectable Christmas Morning Hamper with all of these delicious delicacies hidden beautifully within. This will be the best gift you find under your Christmas tree!
So good morning: who's hungry?