Best Mother’s Day gifts for foodies 2024
Soak Sunday x Edinburgh Gin gift set
Two classic pampering gift ideas combine in this sweet gift set. Edinburgh Gin and Soak Sunday have collaborated on this limited edition set comprising a bottle of Edinburgh Gin’s aromatic rhubarb & ginger gin and a warming bottle of rhubarb & ginger bath soak, ready for a pampering evening. Looking for more gin ideas? Check out our best flavoured gins review to find the best bottles, from sweet sloe gin to tangy Italian lemon.
Soak Sunday (£29.25)
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Hotel Chocolat Taste: Everything Collection
For the lady with a sweet tooth, this chocolate box has, as the name suggests, a little bit of everything to please all choc-loving palates. There’s creamy milk chocolate batons, decadent trillionaire shortbread truffles with hazelnut praline and caramel, a creamy white and milk chocolate slab, plus a whole box of Hotel Chocolat’s most iconic flavours. For more chocolate inspiration, check out our round-up of the best chocolate hampers.
Hotel Chocolat (£29.95)
Oliver Bonas Mama mug
This sweet lilac mug with mint handle and trim will brighten up mum’s Mother’s Day breakfast and coffee hour.
Oliver Bonas (£12.50)
Charbonnel et Walker raspberry & amaretto truffles
This box of truffles makes a sweet Mother’s Day gift. Raspberry and almond is always a winning combination, and these indulgent truffles combine a buttery amaretto centre with creamy milk chocolate and tangy freeze-dried raspberries.
Harvey Nichols fudge selection
One for the mum with a sweet tooth, this vibrant box of fudge contains three different flavours of rich, buttery fudge – salted caramel, peanut butter and chocolate fudge.
Harvey Nichols (£12.95)
The New Way to Cake by Benjamina Ebuehi
Benjamina, The Great British Bake Off 2016 quarter-finalist, is renowned for her winning ways with flavour combinations; ones you’d never think of but will immediately want to try. Think plum & black pepper cake, peanut butter banana bread or Earl Grey & blueberry teacakes. This is a brilliant gift for the keen baker – plus, you might get to sample the creations they bake! Browse our round-up of the best baking books for more ideas to add to your cookbook collection.
Fortnum & Mason sparkling rosé tea
A lovely celebratory fizz, without the booze! This sparkling tea has ripe peach flavours, a subtle green tea grassiness and very slight bitterness which adds complexity. Serve chilled in champagne flutes or saucers. For more low- and no-alcohol drinks inspiration, don’t miss our review.
Fortnum & Mason (£17.95)
The Willoughby Book Club cookery book subscription
This unique subscription is perfect for the keen foodie you may be struggling to surprise. The lucky recipient gets to fill in their top three favourite cuisines, along with whether they love baking. Then each month they can expect a brand new cookbook tailored to their tastes, ready to inspire some cooking. Plus, for every subscription sold, The Willoughby Book Club donates a book to Book Aid international.
Nc’nean organic single malt scotch whisky
Buying for a whisky fan? This single malt, made from organic Scottish barley, has a lovely richness and depth of flavour that’s unusual for such a young spirit. It’s deliciously smooth and clean, with light citrus notes, peachy overtones, a touch of spice and a subtle sweetness which comes from having been matured first in ex-bourbon, then in ex-red wine barrels. For more whiskey reviews, check out our guide to the best whiskies to buy as gifts.
Panzer’s breakfast box
For the ultimate breakfast in bed, Mum will be thrilled with a Panzer’s breakfast box. As well as a pack of the London institution’s crunchy homemade granola and a bottle of freshly squeezed orange juice, it contains two of the deli’s famous chewy bagels, ready to be slathered with generous lashings of luxuriously thick soft cheese and high-quality smoked salmon. There’s even a giant leafy lemon to squeeze over. Check out our best Mother’s Day hampers for more inspiration from Fortnum & Mason, Snowdonia Cheese and more.
Bring a bit of zing to the kitchen with a vibrant new apron for Mum in one of three funky patterns. They’re by British designer Joanna Zenghelis.
Joanna Zenghelis (from £33)
Coco Chocolatier rhubarb & ginger chocolate bar
For fans of fruity flavours, this beautifully packaged bar of smooth, 40% milk chocolate is flavoured with sweet, floral rhubarb and subtle warming ginger.
Coco Chocolatier (£5)
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