Rough Measures Foodie Christmas Gift Guide and Hotel Chocolat Giveaway

I am never one to be organised around the Festive season. Instead I seem to find myself running around on Christmas Eve eve frantically trying to get everything I need. This year I am trying to be a little more prepared. I also know that I am pretty difficult to buy for. So I decided to put together Rough Measures Foodie Christmas gift guide. Here you’ll find small gifts to larger ones, and hopefully something to please even the fussiest loved ones.

Rough Measures Christmas Gift Guide //

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124 thoughts on “Rough Measures Foodie Christmas Gift Guide and Hotel Chocolat Giveaway

  1. So loving that turquoise-faced watch! And thanks for the tip about the Hackney Coffee Company. Pete reviews coffee on his blog so I’m always looking for nice coffees to get him!

  2. This is such a useful post, I’d be happy with anything and everything on this list – lots of healthy goodies in there I like to see. Hope you get some of these yourself this week Sus. I have some Hackney coffee at home too, looking forward to trying it when I’ve got through my mountain of other coffee!!

  3. These look lovely, so beautifully made! Favourite chocolate at Christmas, whatever Santa kindly leaves for me in my stocking. Ferrero Rocher never go unloved.

  4. This is such a great guide! I would be extremely happy if I received any of the items you listed 🙂 I especially love the sound of the William Morris eco cup. Definitely need to add that to my wish list.

    So hard to choose one favourite festive treat but I guess I’d have to say Christmas Pudding (closely followed by Christmas cake). Fortunately for my waist line I only indulge in these for one week a year 😉

  5. I love the Faith in Nature chocolate conditioner – it’s so yummy (and makes my Hagrid hair soft)! The face wash is lovely too.

    That gin tho’ – yes please! And the Gourmosa stuff sounds fab. Gin and spicy things, yep, my kind of gifts! I could really do with one of those MP fermentation crocks for my sauerkraut. 🙂

  6. I always bake a gorgeous Irish Cream Chocolate Cake as an alternative to the traditional heavy Xmas Cake…everyone loves it. x

  7. I can’t resist all the chocolate on offer, from advent calenders, to tubs of Heroes & celebrations through to a nice Yule Log. I’m just spoilt for choice!

  8. Christmas pudding and brandy butter – I only ever have it once a year so makes it all the more special.

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