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The Marylebone Hamper

The Marylebone Hamper

Inside Our Much-Loved Wicker

Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, our new Marylebone Hamper is brimming with every BBQ essential to al fresco tipple just in time for summer.

And just as every sun worshipper knows, a true al fresco feast begins with a pop and plenty of fizz - especially when it's of the Fortnum's Demi-Sec N.V. kind, created from the grapes of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay sourced from the young vines of Louis Roederer.

Yet Champagne is not the only sunny-day treat one needs, an array of flavoursome jars are also required, just like the savoury trio you'll find within - from a picnic-perfect Piccadilly Piccalli to a prepped-for-pies Fortnum's Pickle and our sensational summertime Pickeled Silverskin Onions.

On the sweeter end of the jar scale and made to brighten up summer feasting, is a further set of preserves including our Strawberry & Champagne Preserve, Shropshire Honey and Old English Hunt Marmalade. Which will you choose?

From the jar to the tin, delicious indecision also awaits in our feast of fabulous Chocolate & Macadamia Nut Biscuits presented in the much-loved Mini Merry Go Round Tin and our County Selection brimming with traditional bakes from every corner of England.

Equally sweet a treat, you'll also find yourself fighting over our Rose Turkish Delights as well as our Milk Chocolate Selection Box where creams, caramels, truffles and clusters all meet in a gift box designed by Timorous Beasties.

To wrap all this deliciousness up, is a finale of tipples including our Afternoon Blend, Assam TGFOP and After Dinner Coffee - choose to serve as a warming cup as the sun rises or sets, or even add crushed ice for a cooling glass in the sunshine - to the stronger Bourgogne Rouge and half bottle of LBV Port to accompany an al fresco feast.

All that remains is to soak up the sun and some delicious Fortnum's flavour with the Marylebone Hamper.
Assam Blend The Marylebone Hamper
LBV Port The Marylebone Hamper
Milk Chocolate Selection