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The Big Gourmet Gift Guide: food and drink presents, from bargain to blow the budget

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Pedigree produce, cutting-edge cutlery, stocking fillers and showstoppers... we’ve rounded up the best presents for the home baker, coffee maker or cocktail shaker in your life

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BLOW THE BUDGET

KitchenAid 175 artisan 4.8l stand mixer in copper  £739.95 (johnlewis.com) 

BLOW THE BUDGET

Coravin model two wine preserver £249 (coravin.co.uk)

BLOW THE BUDGET

Missoni Home zig zag platter £111 (amara.com)

BLOW THE BUDGET

Laguiole birchwood steak knife set £509 for six (harrods.com)

BLOW THE BUDGET

Brindisa Ibérico bellota ham set with stand £465 (brindisa.com)

BLOW THE BUDGET

Paloma matte gold cutlery £250 for 24 pieces  (amara.com)

BLOW THE BUDGET

Smeg HBF02 retro‑style hand blender £116.50  (qvcuk.com)

UNDER £10

Prestat bauble with red velvet truffles, £9.50 for 60g (prestat.co.uk)

UNDER £10

Cool Chile Co whole arbol chillies £2.60 for 20g  (coolchile.co.uk)

UNDER £10

Liberty London passionfruit and lemon curd, £5.95 for 200g (libertylondon.com)

UNDER £10

Valdespino sherry vinegar, £8.50 for 250ml  (ottolenghi.co.uk)

UNDER £10

Liberty London mermaid confetti, £6.95 for 50g  (libertylondon.com)

UNDER £10

Halen Mon pure sea salt with chilli and garlic, £5.90 for 100g (halenmon.com)

UNDER £10

The Almanac: a seasonal guide to 2018, £9.99 (amazon.co.uk)

UNDER £10

Dried hibiscus flowers, from £4.72 for 250g  (justingredients.co.uk) 

UNDER £10

Hotel Chocolat Jolly Santa, £7.50 for 150g  (hotelchocolat.com)

UNDER £25

Maria Luca Giusti ‘Milly’ acrylic tumblers £23 each (selfridges.com)

UNDER £25

Fortnum & Mason Christmas spiced tea £15 for 200g (fortnumandmason.co.uk)

UNDER £25

Kikkerland crab multi-tool £22  (conranshop.co.uk)

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