Saturday, 19 September 2015

Spicers Joybelles Christmas Gift Hamper Giveaway

Everyone is gearing up for Christmas (only 97 days to go, my eldest is doing a daily countdown for us!), the shops are starting to prepare with the advent calendars and stocking fillers already out on display and my boys have even written their Christmas lists already (yes they are that enthusiastic for Christmas!!!).   So I was only too pleased to team up with Spicers of Hythe to giveaway the Joybelles Christmas Gift Hamper to one of my lucky followers and share the joy of Christmas with the winner!


The hamper continues 9 items ideal for you to get into the spirit of Christmas, with the all-important mince pies and plum pudding that Christmas would not be complete without and some welcome extra’s to enjoy snacking on over the festive period.  Christmas calories don’t count!  I think it makes a lovely gift for anyone; it’s a great price for a wonderful selection of welcome treats packaged in a jolly red presentation box.

I do like giving hamper gifts at Christmas because they tend to be very indulgent present filled with items you might not normally splash out on.  It also helps over Christmas when you might have more visitors than normal so having a hamper to bring out to share with guests makes life less stressful, especially if they turn up without warning!  Although I am not sure I would be sharing the Farmhouse Black Forest Crunch biscuits with anyone…

With delivery included the hamper is only £31.29 and I am sure friends and family might have thought you spent much more.  Spicers of Hythe can really take out the stress of Christmas shopping with pretty gifts ideal for your inner foodie.

If you would like to enter to win this fabulous prize please fill out the form below by the 29th of September.


Spicers Joybelles Christmas Gift Hamper giveaway

486 comments:

  1. The Farmhouse Black forest crunch sound interesting

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  2. Has to be the plum pudding. I've never had that before.

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  3. As Christmas calories don't count, bring on the plum pudding!

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  4. Radfords Christmas Pudding Fudge Bag!

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  5. Yum! Plum Pudding! But only with buckets of fresh double cream ...

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  6. Love the look of the yorkshire crisps

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  7. The rhubarb and custard sweets. I've haven't had any for years and years.

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  8. Guylian chocolates I love these so much but nobody ever thinks to get them for me lol

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  9. The mince pies, I just love mince pies

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  10. Wow, the Black Forrest Crunch biscuits look amazing - I can't wait to try those!!

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  11. Black Forest Crunch sounds divine

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  12. Claire Elizabeth Noke19 September 2015 at 20:51

    I love the sound of the Plum Pudding !!

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  13. The plum pudding sounds lovely

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  14. The Black Forest Crunch biscuits sounds nice!

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  15. Tough choice but I am a big fan of fudge.

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  16. Probably the Gyulian chocolates - yummy!

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  17. Taste Old Fashioned Rhubarb & Custard - because I haven't had these for years

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  18. oo black forest crunch biscuits sound lovely

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  19. The Black Forest Crunch Biscuits sound gorgeous and very unique!

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  20. The Black Forest Crunch biscuits - never had them before

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  21. The Rhubard and Custard boiled sweets!! I haven't had those in years - they always remind me of visiting my gran's as a child

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  22. Fancy the Yorkshire crisps - proper crisps are sooooooooooo nice

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  23. plum pudding x it sounds christmassy x

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  24. I'm 14 weeks pregnant and baby is definitely hungry to try the Mince Pies! ;o) x

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  25. The mince pies they look amazing

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  26. It would be the mince pies, I wonder if they have more filling than pastry :)

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  27. I always get Guylian seashells amongst my Christmas presents....so it has to be the Guylian seahorses! 😍

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  28. The spiced crackers sound like they would be fantastic with mature cheddar.

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  29. Rhubarb & custard sweets, have not had them for years.

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  30. Rhubarb and Custard sweets, a bit of childhood nostalgia

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  31. rhubarb and custard sweets!

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  32. It has to be the Yorkshire Crisps.. I'm a crisp fanatic!! lol

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  33. I have a really sweet tooth so it'd have to be the fudge!

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  34. Oh I love sweet things, aarrgg I love it all mmmm plum pudding sounds yummy

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  35. The mince pies look lovely, and the plum pudding sounds scrummy!

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  36. Would love to try the mince pies :)

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  37. We lovec anything Christmas but yummy plum pudding sounds yummy

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  38. The Guylian Temptations chocolates

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  39. Rhubarb and custard sweeties, that takes me back to my childhood :-)

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  40. Farmhouse Black Forest Crunch sounds like it would be delicious

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  41. The plum pudding

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  42. plum pudding - I love christmas pudding it would be interesting to compare

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  43. The mince pies as I really love to find the best mince pie

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  44. the Farmhouse Black Forest Crunch - it sound delicious

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  45. Rhubarb and custard-I was actually dreaming about these other day, not had them in years.

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  46. all of the items in the hamper are fab but I would go first to the Rhubarb and Custed sweets!

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  47. Has to be the mince pies for me!

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  48. Rhubarb and custard sweets ☺

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  49. The mince pies - lovely with a blob of cream

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  50. rhubarb and custards are my favourite sweets!

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  51. The Black Forest Crunch cookies sound amazing, but sadly I think I'd save this for a Christmas present for my mother-in-law.

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  52. The mince pies.. nom nom. I could eat one right now xx

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  53. BLACK FOREST CRUNCH sounds yummy

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  54. The fudge - I do like a good fudge (Carol Emmett)

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  55. Tricky one as I am pregnant and want to eat everything! I think the plum pudding sounds yummy!

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  56. Guylians temptations - never seen these before! :)

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  57. The black forest crunch biscuits sound intriguing!

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  58. Christmas pudding fudge!

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  59. the mincepies pleaseeeeee
    from samantha price

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  60. Rhubarb and Custard sweets - I haven't had one for years

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  61. yorkshire crisps for me (julie d)

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  62. Farmhouse Black Forest Crunch, sounds divine.

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  63. Spiced Fruit Biscuits sound very Christmassy ( and I'd enjoy turning the Tube into Packaging for a present ) !!

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  64. The mince pies,xmas is really on it's way when these staart to apper and I've spotted them in your hamper.I don't like xmas cake as it's so heavy but a warm mince pie with cream,yummy x

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  65. The plum pudding but everything looks nice.

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  66. Guylians temptations mmmmmmmmmm
    Claire D

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  67. Eternal Grocer Spiced Fruit Biscuits

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  68. The plum pudding - my favourite Christmas food.

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  69. The mince pies wouldn't last long in my house.

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  70. The Guylian Belgian chocolates

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  71. Black forest crunch biscuits :) sounds yummy

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  72. I like the look of the Sleigh Bells hamper!

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  73. I'm a lover of cake and puddings, but have never heard of plum pudding so would love to try that x

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  74. Rhubarb and custards. We had these as favours at our wedding and I haven't eaten one since.....I wonder if it will take me back to that wonderful day x

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  75. The Rhubarb and custard sweets are my favorite sweets, it all looks yummy

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  76. It would have to be the plum pudding for me!

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  77. The mince pies, really get Christmas started!

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  78. The rhubarb and custard sweets

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  79. the Spicy Moroccan Seed & Nut Crackers as they look delicious

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  80. Would have to be Mince Pies every time, Love love love them and seeing them in the shops excites me more than anything else lol

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  81. The plum pudding - christmas isnt the same without pudding

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  82. Black forest crunch biscuits sound yummy xx

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  83. I am looking forward to sampling the Guylian Temptations Artisanal Belgian Chocolates!!!

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  84. the black forest crunch biscuits looks so tasty

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  85. Being a lass from Scarborough would have to be the Yorkshire Crisps x

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  86. The Yorkshire crisps look amazing!

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  87. The rhubarb and custard as I love sweeties

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  88. The Farmhouse Black forest crunch sound wonderful

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  89. Award Winning Plum Pudding With Port & Brandy.

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  90. Everything they all look so tasty!!

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  91. Plum Pudding (My Favourite!)

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  92. The Plum Pudding looks tempting.

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  93. all of it but those yorkshire crisps look yummy

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  94. Black Forest crunch biscuits look soooooo tasty.

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  95. The Black Forest Crunch biscuits

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  96. the mince pies with some cream

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  97. The farmhouse biscuits look yummy.

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  98. Plum pudding sounds delicious

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  99. Black Forest Crunch, I love a good biscuit !! mm

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  100. The Rhubarb & Custards Sweets. All time family favourite.

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  101. The Yorkshire Crisps look very nice so would love to try those first then move on to the mince pies x

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  102. That Plum Pudding is crying out for me to sample it (Or am I imagining it?)!

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  103. Rich Fruit Mince Pies look yummy!

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  104. It would have to be the Rhubarb abd Custard sweets as they remind me of my childhood x

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  105. The yorkshire crisps look fab

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  106. I would love to try the Guylian chocolates.

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  107. Rhubarb and Custard sweets, haven't had those for years !

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  108. The Black Forest Crunch bisquits look so tasty :) xx Thanks for the chance x

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