Fabulous Festive Hampers From Bill’s

You may have heard of Bill’s? Now renowned for having home-grown style restaurants across the UK, the business actually had humble beginnings. The story actually started off in Lewes, East Sussex, with just a single grocery shop. The grocery store specialised in fresh produce planted, pruned and picked here in the UK. Today, after a long journey, Bill’s has a booming restaurant reputation and they also sell their wonderful home-grown produce too. This Christmas, Bill’s are offering a selection of hampers featuring their very own, organic, artisan products.  Here are some of our favourite festive hampers from Bill’s.


This hamper is packed to the rafters with some of Bill’s finest products, including delicious Bill’s chutney, Bill’s very own house dressing and other superb produce you will not find anywhere else.  But that’s not all, there are also some delicious Bill’s chunky toffee oaties, a strawberry jam (one of the best we have tasted) and a bottle of refreshing pink lemonade. As far as we can tell, all of the products are unique to Bill’s, so this is a hamper with real character.


  • 1 x Bills Breakfast Tea
  • 1 x Strawberry Jam
  • 1 x Thick Cut Orange Marmalade
  • 1 x Bills Chutney
  • 1 x Red Velvet Truffles
  • 1 x Red Wine
  • 1 x Chunky Toffee Oaties
  • 1 x Dark Chocolate with Salted Almonds
  • 1 x Bills Coffee
  • 1 x House dressing
  • 1 x Pink Lemonade


Champagne and truffles are a winning combination in anyone’s book! This beautiful hamper packs these two treats and Bill’s very own church candle.

The Pink Marc de Marc Champagne Truffles are handmade dark chocolate and cream ganache with a beautiful March de Champagne flavour. Dusted with icing sugar for an extra touch of indulgence, they are the perfect treat for Christmas. 

To find out more about these stunning hampers, just visit the Bill’s store.

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