I am still a little suspicious about why the food section was handed to me. Nevertheless, I do genuinely feel food and wine is the best gift to give, I am yet to figure out why as I would love to be at the receiving end of such a hamper. In India wine is not that big as gifts, but sweets as well as savoury items definitely are. During diwali, Christmas, as well as New Years gifting food items is a ritual here.
- Ferris Costa Rica Tarrazu Light Roast Coffee 1195 INR
- Gourmet popcorn 600 INR
- Chocolate coated nuts 1975 INR
- Cookies 1590 INR
- Tea 1225 INR
- Wine 1435 INR
- Criollo Chocolate Raspberry Liquor 1320 INR
- Macaroons 60INR
Being born and brought up in Kolkata, bakeries and patisseries were high on the list. But gifting food items is not an easy task. A lot of important factors need to be taken into consideration. The display, the quality and its spoilage being few on the top of the list. Also you do need to keep in mind who you gift what too, just because there is something you love to eat does not necessarily make it on the top of anothers list.