With Christmas around the corner, we are all wondering what to get for that person in our life who is oh-so-tricky to buy for, as well as what the #teamcoco pups might like and what beverage is best to bring to the Christmas party. We have done the hard work for you with our tried and tested quick-guide to the best quirky gifts this festive season.
For that four-legged friend: Scruffs® Santa Paws Collection
We at #Teamcoco love this puppy giftset, ideal for your four-legged friend or the dog lover in your life. The Scruffs® Santa Paws Collection is the perfect multi-product gift set for the festive period. A mattress, soft-walled bed and blanket with squeeky reindoor are finished in a soft knitted fairisle pattern, ideal for the festive season.
For more information, visit www.petslovescruffs.com.
For that tricky-to-buy-for person: Emirati Lava Candle
There is a Lava Candle fragrance for every gender, interest and mood, making this the ideal gift for the person you struggle to buy for each Christmas. Lava is our pick over other candle brands because they add that touch of finesse – each Lava Candle is hand carved and painted in the United Arab Emirates to achieve distinctive detail and quality. We love the beautifully named ‘Stormy Desert Pillar’ with its moody dark exterior and earthy notes of nutmeg and cedarwood. And if you don’t want to give one away, the comforting glow of a Lava Candle on a crisp winter’s evening is divine.
For more information, visit www.lavamoments.com.
For that drinks party: Ginking Festive Fizz
Bubbly and delectably light, Ginking is a well-balanced recipe of wine and herbal juniper-led London Dry Gin. Available in four different styles, our favourite is the original rosé which can be found at Marks and Spencer for just £12.99. Ginking’s versatile qualities mean it can be appreciated in a Champagne flute or over ice with rosemary or a citrus peel garnish. Gift it to your G&T-loving friends at the next Christmas bash for a fun, festive alternative to the usual Prosecco or mulled wine.
For more information, visit www.ginking.london.