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The Cheese Plate’s Guide to Christmas Cheese Hampers

Do you have a cheese lover in your life? Do your staff adore cheese? You’ve come to the right place to get all the Christmas cheese inspiration. We’ve put together some of our popular hampers to give you some ideas on the perfect cheesy gift.


Our trio hampers are the perfect gift to give to your work colleagues, friends or to say a festive thank you to someone who deserves it. These can be filled with any trio of cheese or you can add a chutney. We’ve included a Shorrocks Bomb and a Langres. A great cheddar style and a punchy, French soft. Finished off with a festive Spiced Plum Chutney from our friends at Rosebud Preserves.



Medium hampers are a great choice for friends and family who love a fab selection of cheese and everything that goes with it. Every hamper is bespoke so you can add your own selection of cheeses, biscuits and chutney or you can go with our choice. We’ve included a traditional Wensleydale Special Reserve and a boozy Camembert Calvados. Completed with Peter’s Yard Spelt and Fig Crispbreads, a wintery Fig and Cinnamon chutney and an indulgent Truffle Honey. Delish!




Large hampers are all about the luxury and are the ultimate choice for the cheese lover in your life or the perfect addition to Christmas feasting. These hampers are large enough to fit in a delicious bottle of wine (or something soft!), a great selection of cheese along with biscuits and chutneys. We’ve included a delicious bottle of red and a spiced plum cordial (can be added to water or something alcoholic!) A great combination of a punchy Baron Bigod, a traditional Shropshire Blue and an interesting Plum Fruit Roll. All finished off with a festive Winter and Cranberry Chutney.



We hope this has given you all the festive cheese inspiration to create your own hamper! And don’t forget that we start taking Christmas orders (including hampers) from Saturday 30th November.



Here’s to Christmas 2019!


The Cheese Plate Team

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