Wondering what gift to get the foodie in your life? The one with the exquisite taste who turns their nose up at new world wine and won't touch olive oil that was never a virgin?
Well, we've compiled our pick of the best chic edible gifts so when you arrive for your perfectly cooked Christmas dinner (they've probably had artistic differences with the turkey and chucked half of it in the bin), you won't let the side down by supplying cheap chocolates from the garage forecourt.
There is more edible glitter than you can shake a magic wand at, and after all who can resist a naked gold angel at Christmas?
These little beauties cost £4 each and you can place your order online.
They are available online, or for a wonderful treat visit A Chocolate Wonderland by Cocomaya at Liberty of London. This is a magical, nostalgic chocolate shop selling an exclusive range of sweets and chocolates. The shop opened on November 1st on the ground floor of Liberty with its own entrance on Carnaby Street.
They are hand decorated with delicate gold leaf and they're available in store from the 1st November. A box of 12 cost £8.
Everything is festooned with velvet, ribbons, and flowers and if you look carefully you might find a little silver charm nestling somewhere. The heart-shaped box is filled to the brim with handmade sweeties and you can fill yours with sugar-free, treats, the normal sugar blend or a mix of both.
The Christmas hamper is the perfect luxurious gift to treat someone special with this Christmas, it is available to purchase exclusively through the deli for £200 (+ delivery) and can be delivered anywhere in the UK.
Tetsuya Wakuda's range is available from Selfridges.
The striking ABSOLUT LIMITED EDITION bottle has been exclusively launched in prestigious Selfridges stores, including London's Oxford Street. It was then launched on the 11th October in Harrods and Harvey Nichols at a recommended retail price of £22.99.