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Coffee Gift Basket - more ideas, please!
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I'm thinking I might do the home-made chocolate-dipped teaspoons instead of buying chocolate stirrers. I saw a magazine article in a recent edition of Craft magazine in which they showed how to add pretty, decorative Fimo clay handles to ordinary cheap (poundland! hurrah!) teaspoons, so maybe I could make him a set of 'designer' coffee spoons and dip them in choc myself. Hmm. At this rate I will have so many things to do, I won't have time to go to work
Tregroes Toffee Waffles are also lovely, and you can buy little packs of 2 at Starbucks, I think. At about £1 not cheap but very tasty! You can order the boxes of chocolate covereed waffles from their site, or call them to find a local distributor. (P+P is steep for small orders) The dark choc covered ones are lush and go down very nicely with a good cup of coffee!
I've just found an online place which does personalised/picture coffee mugs for £8 including p+p, which seems quite reasonable. I've just ordered one of those for him, with a pic of his grandchildren on it.
This is starting to look like it'll be a great basket now - thank you so much for all your suggestions.
How about some of those lovely biscuits you get with Rombouts coffee? they are individually wrapped, also Sainsburys are doing their Taste the Difference biscuits in trial packs for 25p at the moment.
Nothing tastes as good as being slim feels.
one life, live it!
- Coffee mug from Wilko's which said "Mother's Coffee)
- Organic ground coffee
- Coffee incense sticks (bought on holiday), with holder
- Chocolate covered teaspoons
- A wafer thing to melt over your mug of coffee, from Starbucks.
- Flavoured instand coffee (boaters, I think)
There were some other things in there, but I can't remember them now!
Im not a coffee drinker but am doing a hamper for my dad - I managed to get a bargain at the charity shop a next set with frother 2 stencils and a tub with holes - for sprinkling stuff on the top??? can anyone tell me what it is i should buy to go in this
On the original thread topic I was in Tescos last night and they've got little boxes of Baileys truffles and Benedicks chocolate minty things for a pound which might be nice?