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Speak to Charlie about the next Artisan Provender Christmas hamper! 

Always brimming with a scrumptious selection of British artisan goodies. 


We have traveled the country in search of the best-of-the best local artisan produce, and we can’t wait to share it with you. Featuring the finest ingredients, time-honoured traditions (and a healthy dose of innovation), this is the brunch to end all brunches.

So give someone a well-earned morning while helping to support some of our most talented artisans.

So what's in the box? 

Every one of the following items has been lovingly made  by some of the finest local farmers and producers across Britain.


Forman’s original London Cure smoked salmon
From the world’s oldest smokery

Spoon Pecan and Cinnamon Granola
Giving everyone a good reason to jump out of bed in the morning

South Devon Chilli Farm Orange Chilli Chocolate
Mind-blowing combo of Belgian chocolate, chillies and orange oil

Radnor Preserves A Smoky Campfire Marmalade
Heaven with sausages, cheese, and bacon

Tregothnan Classic Tea
The first tea grown in England

Climpson & Sons ‘The Baron’ Espresso Blend
A mighty fine Brazilian blend
from our favorite East London coffee gurus

Yearlstone Vintage Brut Sparkling Wine
Delicious bubbles from a small family-run vineyard in Devon

Price: £64.90 plus £9.50 postage

How about sending a hamper to a friend or relation this new year?

Finally! A hamper I can get excited about. It is chock-full of really great, unique products, and an absolute winner for any foodie.
— Alastair, London

Meet some of our talented producers

YearlstonE vineyard

Yearlstone, Devon’s oldest vineyard, is run by Roger and Juliet White. The steep slopes of the Exe Valley give the vines a gentle climate and lashings of light. Their Vintage Bruts have won several awards and even got a thumbs-up from the French:

Crisp and lively, fresh and fruity, not lacking in personality. Here is a beautiful English identity.
— La revue du vin de France

Radnor preserves

No electricity, no fridge and an abundant harvest of vegetables… This is how Joanna Morgan found herself one gloomy afternoon, in a candlelit kitchen, pouring over her grandmother’s cooking books learning how to make preserves. And learn she did! This ‘alchemist of preservers’ has taken the foodie world by storm, winning three gold awards for her marmalades. 

Preserve-making is a time-honoured tradition, capturing time and seasons.

spoon cereal

Brother and sister-in-law team Annie and Jonny met over a family dinner. Long after everyone had gone to bed, they sat up talking about their shared passion: A damn good bowl of granola. Since then Spoon Cereal has done the rounds of London markets, a stint as a pop-up at Old Street Station, and even took on the Dragon’s Den - successfully! Their founding principle remains unwavering: Give everyone a good reason to jump out of bed in the morning.

This hamper has clearly been put together with a lot of love. The food is totally unique, not to mention delicious, and I love that several items are produced right on my doorstep!
— Anita, Wales

We process your orders personally
and will confirm your request before invoicing you by email.  Enjoy!