Now even though we love summer, and are already missing the gorgeous long evenings of sunshine (when it happened), we couldn’t be more excited to see the return of our cosy knitwear that autumn brings. And with less than 95 days to go until Christmas – we’re pretty excited for that too.
It’s time to treat yourself and your loved ones to a proper spread with one of Liberty’s festive hampers.
There are a few delightful designs to choose from and range from wicker baskets to five keepsake suitcases, full of Christmas tipples, artisanal British produce, and indulgent sweet treats – so there really is something for everyone.
The best part? They’re available in store and online now – so savvy shoppers can get ahead of their shopping this year with the help of Liberty London.
To find exactly where the Liberty store is, we’ve popped the locator here for ease – should you be in the city at some point over the weekend or next few months. You’ll also find the opening and closing time information listed there as well – to avoid any disappointment.
Now we’ve listed the details of what you can expect from each of the hampers below – and see exactly what you or the receiver is in for.
Dressed in the iconic Mitsi Valeria floral, this exclusive suitcase hamper is the making of a festive feast to remember.
From award-winning chocolate truffles to fresh and fruity boxing day chutney, it’s filled with a curated selection of indulgent yuletide goodies.
Perfected with wooden laths, nickel accents and a practical carry handle, gift this Christmas hamper to a fellow foodie, or keep for yourself and enjoy the benefits long after the merriment has ended.
A love letter to Liberty London’s iconic flagship store, this exclusive suitcase hamper is dressed in Liberty Fabrics’ Tudor Belle print and perfected with wooden laths, nickel accents and a practical carry handle.
It’s the perfect accompaniment to a merry banquet, bursting with an array of regional indulgences, including jam blended in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, to buttery discs of shortbread, whipped up by a family-run business in Castle Douglas, Scotland.
Dressed in the timeless Lee Manor paisley, this exclusive suitcase hamper is bursting with a curated selection of artisanal products, specially selected for their quality and taste.
From warming sloe gin and aromatic earl grey to irresistibly smooth milk chocolate, each tantalising treat will aid with any festive-inspired celebration.
Perfected with wooden laths, nickel accents and a practical carry handle, gift this keepsake hamper to a fellow foodie, or keep for yourself and enjoy the benefits long after the treats have gone.
As iconic as the store it sits within, the Heritage Suitcase Hamper is ablaze with our perennial Strawberry Thief print, celebrating Liberty’s influential designs and modern status as the home of food gifts.
Packed with our best-selling food collection, including buttery shortbread, smooth chocolate truffles and aromatic tea, this keepsake suitcase is the perfect accompaniment to a merry banquet.
Ciara Large Suitcase Hamper – £225
A new addition for 2021, the Ciara hamper is an indulgent celebration of British artisan, featuring everything from oak-aged chocolate and coffee spiced rum to sweet strawberry jam.
Neatly packed in a large fabric wrapped suitcase and bursting with the tastiest festive treats from our Liberty Food Hall, this keepsake hamper will become an iconic travelling staple long after the contents have been devoured.
Christopher Wicker Hamper – £295
Crafted from woven wicker and perfected with buffed brown leather buckles and a practical carry handle, this online exclusive hamper is lined with Liberty’s inimitable Tana Lawn cotton, baring Liberty Fabrics’ Christopher print.
Crammed with Christmas tipples and artisanal flair, from sloe gin and award-winning English sparkling wine to all-butter biscuits and chunky piccalilli, this decadent hamper is the making of a festive feast to remember.
Will you be gifting a loved one with one of these hampers from Liberty London this year? Or perhaps keeping one to yourself? Let us know which is your favourite in the comments box below.