Serenata Hamper Review & Give-Away

Now, don’t say I don’t make sacrifices for this blog, and for my readers. I so do, as I have had to review this absolutely gorgeous, scrumptious Serenata Hamper, and eat everything in it, to ensure a full, fair and balanced review!

serenata hamper

How fabulous does it look? In this Sweet Dreams hamper, we have:

Serenata Hamper goodiesFarmhouse Biscuits Chocolate chip 200g
Oaty Chocolate Flips
Luxury Chocolate Coated Peanuts & Raisins
Crumbly Butter Fudge 113g
Luxury Dark Chocolate Coated Brazil Nuts
White Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Ballotin of Salted Toffee Truffles

I was impressed with the amount of treats that were in there, the presentation box that they arrived in was lovely, and the quality of the food was wonderful. It took the husband and I a fair few evenings to munch our way through it all, and given that we, and especially him, have a penchant for all things sweet, that’s some going! The treats are very rich and decadent, so have you filling up quite quickly. I enjoyed every single thing, but I’d say my favourite had to be the salted toffee truffles – totally divine, and the sort of thing that I’d happily eat every day forever more…!

There is an enormous range of hampers for you to choose from, including picnic, fine food, beer and ale, baby, pamper – you should go have a browse, there are so many! And as well as hampers, they do chocolate, flowers, plants and wines. They seem to have everything covered, for any occasion. You can order up to 10pm at night, for next day delivery to any UK mainland address – always a tempting thought if I fancy a little pick-me-up πŸ˜‰

And now I can spread the Serenata joy, as I do have one Sweet Dreams hamper to offer to my readers, too. To be in with a chance of winning it, just use the rafflecopter below. Competition closes at midnight, 17th February and is open to entrants in Mainland UK only. Good luck..

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354 thoughts on “Serenata Hamper Review & Give-Away”

  1. Wow, so happy to be the first person to enter!! πŸ˜€

    This hamper looks delicious, but if I were to choose another hamper from the site, I may go for the Woodlands Trug hamper. πŸ˜‰

  2. I would choose the sweet dreams hamper out of all of them as it has a bit of everything, biscuits, chocolate, fruit etc so there is plenty to choose from, and i love salted caramel so i bet those salted toffee truffles are divine!

  3. The Beatrix Potter Baby Boy gift set – my oldest daughter is expecting her first baby and our first grandchild – so this would be perfect for mum and baby.

  4. I’d pick one of the baby hampers – the baby girl luxury nursery gift box looks sweet, and has cute owl book ends

  5. i would choose the ultimate chocolate hamper because a piece of chocolate a day keeps the doctor away πŸ˜‰ hehe x

  6. The Serenata hits the spot for indulgence but if I was to choose one to invite some friends around to share it would be Simplicity!x

  7. i’m due in april so will definitely be sending the link of the baby hamper to my friends as a subtle ‘hint’ πŸ˜‰

  8. I like the look of the Naughty but Nice! hamper … great selection of ‘stuff’ sweet and savoury! Yummy … btw the Sweet Dreams one looks heavenly too … πŸ˜‰

  9. I’d choose Red, White, Rose and nibbles – lovely way to spend an evening – though Beers of the World would make a great birthday present for mu husband.

  10. I’d choose the sugar blush hamper or chocolate livers hamper. To be honest any with sweets, chocolate and goodies would make me very happy! x

  11. I’d be torn between a cheese one and a chocolate one, although anything containing salted toffee truffles would win it for me!

  12. faye huntington

    i love the look of champagne and chocolate hamper as a gift! personally, my favourite is ‘a royal feast’ πŸ™‚ with love, faye xx

  13. Well after reading your review and seeing the pics I’m now drawn to the Sweet Dreams Hamper with the Ultimate Chocolate Hamper a close second

  14. I like the look of the Epicurean Extravaganza hamper … though I have to admit that I DID have to look up what ‘epicurean’ means πŸ™‚