Win a yummy Woolworths hamper!

This is a sponsored post for Woolworths.

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Is all this Christmas talk getting you excited? Or making you anxious. I hope it’s making you excited.

Especially because now it’s time for a Christmas giveaway! For the first time ever Woolworths is making beautiful hampers starting from just $15. They’re fancy. There are Traditional hampers, hampers for kids, for coffee lovers, for foodies, and more. I got one sent to me just recently and I loved how gourmet everything was. It made me feel like I was living back in Sydney, even just for a moment.

I’ve mentioned before that we do Kris Kringle in my family, to make things easier. It means we have less people to buy for. But I was living in a bubble because I realised as I wrote my gift list recently that I still need to buy for teachers and our new neighbours too. Hello hampers! Just saying.

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One lucky person is going to win the same hamper that I received. It’s an Australian Foodie Hamper valued at $70. Inside it includes:

  • K by Kez’s Melting Moments Biscuits 190g
  • Tucker’s Caramelised Onion Gourmet Crackers 110g
  • Hanks Jam Triple Berry 285g
  • Pete Evans Asian Marinade 350g
  • Cobram Estate Hojiblanca Extra Virgin Olive Oil 375mL
  • Maggie Beer Spiced Pear Paste 100g
  • Hillier’s Delectable Peppermint Bites Chocolate 100g
  • Murray River Gourmet Salt Flakes 50g

To be in the running to win this hamper, simply answer the following question in the comment section below: If you could design your dream gift hamper for yourself, what must-have items would you include?

If you’re looking for more Christmas inspiration, visit Woolworthschristmas.com.au.

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Competition ends 11:59pm 5th December 2012.
Competition open to Australian residents only.
One entry per person.
Winner will be the best response as judged by me.

Comments

  1. dianne gray says

    i would have in my hamper a journal, paint dabbers, pens, washi tape, camera,lots of scraping gear, photos, heaps of double sided tape and unlimited supply of coffee and chocolate

  2. says

    I’m not entering (obviously) but would have to say in my hamper I’d have an endless supply of cute stationery, a string of good night sleep, a block of hazelnut chocolate just for me (not praline – real hazelnuts) and a new handbag (Marc Jacobs preferably). Just saying. :P

  3. Kellie Battersby says

    I would have a lovely bottle of bubbly, a selection of gloriously good cheeses, dips, and biscuits and a variety of snacky type bits that would be appropriate for children. I would then invite my 3 closest girlfriends and their children have a pre Christmas gathering and ensure that the Mummas and the darlings are all happy and catered for.

  4. Maddi says

    Dried coconut (random but awesome), passion fruit, mango, peaches, Marc Jacobs perfume, endless T2 strawberries and cream tea, life subscription to Donna Hay, all packaged into a Hermes Birkin bag.

  5. SandieMay says

    Lovely pens of different colours,one of those diaries that look old but aren’t,stamps,envelopes,chocolates and a voucher to a day spa :). I don’t want much :))

  6. suzicheshire says

    Oh Brie is a total no brainer. In fact i would be happy with just a basket of Brie. Maybea pretty cheese knife and some crackers so i dont look totally uncouth eating with my hands :)

  7. helen says

    I would have a lemon, sparkling mineral water, a nice bottle of red wine and some craft kits to make beautiful items – perhaps paper craft, a sewing / embroidery project and something else? Funky craft, Beci Orpin or Lulu Lucky style.

  8. says

    My hamper would have a delicious assortment of tea leaves, candles to soothe the soul, hazelnut lindt chocolate, just one bottle of wine and some soft cheeses and wafer crackers. A good book, yoga passes and a massage voucher wouldn’t go astray either. A hamper for the body, mind and soul!

  9. Lilybett says

    If it was something I could give (or get) that same day, I’d pile in all manner of cheese, some crusty bread, Maggie Beer quince or pear paste, a handful of grapes and a few juicy peaches and nectarines. Throw in a bottle of something gorgeously bubbly and the gift-giver and I have a ready made picnic and could head to a gorgeous spot and share it.

  10. says

    Mine would be filled with pamper.. a “pamper hamper”. All the things I do not get around to buying or doing for myself, like bubble bath, candles, magazine, ferrero rochers, special tea, …etc

  11. KelWoodford says

    A few different cheeses and crackers of course. A box of chocolates, a bottle of wine, a voucher appropriate for the person, some tea and a lovely tea cup and saucer set and some decadent biscuits. Two books that I know the person would love.

  12. says

    My dream hamper would arrive in that gorgeous turquoise Mimco shoulder bag I spied yesterday. It wouldn’t need much inside just a Real living or Donna Hay (or both) subscription, a nice bottle of wine and one of those never ending packets of Tim Tams – double coat.

  13. Leesa G says

    In my dream hamper I would just like a selection of yummy cheeses, crackers, fruit and a good wine that I could sit and share with my family and friends. Thank you.

  14. Kellie says

    Maggie Beer Fig and Caramel Ice-cream, Quince Paste and crackers, Verve or Mumm Champagne, Dark chocolate coated coffee beans, strawberries and some stinky cheesees

  15. Caroline K says

    Chocolate coated macadamias, house cleaning vouchers, a week long cruise in the South Pacific voucher, stuffed olives, biscotti, smoked almonds, Earl Grey tea, scented candles, a previously unread novel, spa voucher, and calming CD’s.

  16. says

    Anything and everything food wise that is fantastically tasty, I am not picky there. But then an exercise DVD that I can look at and tell myself I will use it after Christmas, and then I can justify eating anything and everything that takes my fancy in the hamper.

  17. says

    every time of cheese + maggie beer’s quince past. Oh and some water crackers. I’d also throw in some dried apricots and maybe some fancy-schmancy meat + olives + semi-dried tomatoes. Oh, mouth is watering right now!

  18. Sharni says

    My dream hamper would include: some soda water with lime and vodka, maybe some fresh fruit like raspberries, cherries, passionfruit with mascapone. Some candles, a magazine or two. Polaroid camera with film. Some washi tape and journal to stick all the polaroids in. Hampers are the best! xoxo

  19. says

    My dream gift hamper must-have items would include mangoes, a few bottles of refreshing alcoholic cider, sunblock, a big bag of cashews, an engrossing book and a christmas music cd to listen to while i sit back and enjoy all the goodies :)

  20. Suzie says

    Bottle of massage oil, great big fluffy towel and a half naked sexy man to give me the rub down. :)
    Or failing that, wine and chocolate. And cashew dip.

  21. Belinda Spencer says

    My dream hamper would include Haigh’s chocolate, scrapbooking magazines, a bottle of Baileys, Jahlsberg cheese, crackers, bubble mixture to distract the kids while I ate all of the Haigh’s chocolate and some figs for my husband. :-) xo

  22. sue petrie says

    in my Gourmet Hamper it would have • McGuigan Bin 2000 Barossa Shiraz• Christmas Bon Bon by Chocolatier
    • Young Organics Organic Triple Fudge Chocolate Biscuit
    Pastilla Nash Prune & Walnut Roll
    Scorched Chocolate Almonds from Chocolatier

    Lavoche Crackers,

    Brookfarm Snacmacs select grade sea salted, roasted macadamia nuts

    Ogilvie & Co Rum & Brandy Cake

    Assorted Chocolate Truffles x 4

    Sweet & Spicy Antipasto

  23. Linzzzy says

    I was only saying yesterday that I wish someone would make me up my own
    gift hamper for Christmas! It would have some fairtrade coffee,
    Appletiser, mangoes, some beautiful homemade oatmeal
    cookies, a copy of Frankie magazine and an iTunes gift voucher. Kind of
    an odd assortment of goodies but I think a custom gift hamper is the
    most thoughtful gift of all!

  24. says

    My dream hamper..
    - a polaroid camera for tangible memories
    -Tim Tams
    -body lotion made from Lourdes miracle water
    and Ryan Gosling to apply it…don’t worry I’ll somehow fit him into the hamper!!

  25. Rachael Conn says

    My dream hamper would include some magazine subscriptions, unlimited dark chocolate, nice bottle of rose, some chanel no 5 perfum, lovely scented candles, a nice new handbag from Jag and some ymuumy body butter from the body shop….

  26. Nicole W says

    My dream Christmas hamper would include:

    * A bottle of Moet

    * A chocolate, rum and raisin Christmas pudding from Pudding Lane

    * Darrell Lea Rocky Road

    * A generous gift voucher for De Costi Seafoods

    * A treat for my toy dog

    All in a lovely picnic basket with a picnic rug to sit on!

    That would be the best hamper/present I could get this Christmas!

  27. Kelly Walter says

    My type of dream hamper would have to include different types of chocolates of course! Coffee because ive got an absolute coffee addiction. Xmas Crafty things to do as i love doing craft on saturday nights with my mother.

  28. kerry santillo says

    Fat Mum Slim , I could fill my xmas hamper with wonderful goodies that I love, too many to mention. Simply one thing in my basket that I truly want for xmas is something saying, your not sick anymore ♥♥

  29. says

    My dream hamper would have lots of cheese.
    A nice red wine to match it please.
    A gorgeous dip and some savouries bites,
    Chilli crackers to spice up our night
    Scented candles to set the mood.
    With 4 kids, all we enjoy is food!

  30. says

    FMS, my dream hamper would simply have to include all the savory and sweet goodies that my loved ones enjoy! a hamper isn’t a hamper unless you can share it’s fabulousness with the people who mean the most to you :)

  31. Elizabeth Edwards says

    some bubbly to drink, a great smelly candle, magazine to gaze over, a note pad to write messages or must not forgets, chocolates, always loved those fill in the banks books as a kid … would love to find those again. teas. pretzels. (:

  32. says

    I’m sure I’m supposed to say all those things listed above, Woolworths has nailed it, yay for them etc, but here’s my dream hamper:
    Foot spa
    Foot cream
    Chocolate (preferably of the Cadbury Peppermint block variety)
    Angostura Lemon Lime Bitters
    And, if you can package it and send it along, about 36 hours of sleep.
    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. Good luck to everyone! x

  33. Michelle V says

    First and foremost, a block of Cadbury Hazlenut chocolate. Then a packet of marbles for the ones I lose some days! :), an elastic band to hold everything together, a packet of pencils to keep the days of my life bright, a camera to snap photo’s of my precious ones, and to remind myself to focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives in life, and if things don’t work out, take another shot!

  34. Annelee says

    A bottle of Sauvignon Blanc from the Barossa Valley, White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies, a really good book and pink roses. My dream hamper.

  35. Diana O says

    Call me tragic, but it’d be full of cleaning products! Sprays, sponges, wet wipes, cleaning cloths & the like. Cleaning to me is relaxing, so this hamper would thrill me no end.

  36. Ernie says

    Noise cancelling head phones, a bunch of console games, an iPad, iPhone, maybe even a laptop thrown in for good measure. Now this is what I call a gift hamper with my name all over it.

  37. simoneeyles says

    Tea leaves. A nice tea pot to go with it. Some yummy home made chocolate, a facial voucher, some yummy perfume, a nice leather handbag, a pair of sunglasses, and one last chat with my sister.

  38. Kelly Arndt says

    Red Door perfume, Pandora earrings, a bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream, Terry’s chocolate Orange chocolate, sexy lingerie, a naughty romance novel, a few gossipy mags, bubble bath(I love ready gossipy mags in the bath whilst drinking Bailey’s and eating chockies!)a ‘bling’ collar for my little dog, chocolate Teddy Bear bikkies, an actual big, fluffy and snuggly teddy to cuddle, a Bruno Mars CD, Titanic Special Edition and the Sex and the City boxed set….Oh, and my Hubby, too, in his own sexy new underwear, but it’d have to be a pretty BIG hamper…!

  39. neil says

    would love to win this for wifey her birthday new years eve but with all the hooha of xmas she misses out we met at a friends picnic let see if i can remember champers various cheeses and crackers little triangle sandwhiches quiche and yes i ate it

  40. Scrappiingsista says

    Weekend away voucher for my family of 4
    DIY sushi kit for some sushi making fun
    Good bottle of sauv blanc
    picnic rug
    chocolate coated coffee beans
    Selection of good tea
    Adorable tea pot

  41. says

    My ideal hamper would be a reminder that even I need a little bit of recharge time in between looking after my crazy family of 7. So it would have a couple of great magazines, a voucher for a pedicure, some chocolates, a couple of beautiful smelly candles to use in the bathroom (so I can have a relaxing bath) bottle of my favourite wine, bath oils and perhaps a massage voucher from my husband (so he does the massaging!).

  42. says

    Chocolate…any kind (bit of a chocoholic here), Bubbles (wine that is pink or white doesn’t matter really), good coffee and chocolate biscuites, cheese, dips and biscuits with which to dip.

  43. Kim m says

    I would need a fantastic book, a bucket of Peanut M&M’s, some Pepsi Max, a cinema ticket and some money (I’m not greedy, it doesn’t matter how much!)

  44. Dianne W says

    If I was honest my dream gift hamper would contain lots of stuff to feed my sewing and crafting addiction – beautiful fabric. embroidery threads, new designs from our brilliant Australian designers. But if I was buying it at Woolies, it would definitely have the latest magazines, lindt chocolate (especially Lindor balls) Kettle chips, a tin of those gorgeous new Woolies Greek Almond biscuits, oh and can you have icecream in a hamper? – actually of course you can its a dream hamper! Then definitely Sara Lee Rocky Road icecream and chuck in a few mangoes and strawberries and grapes, because they’re healthy but sooooo delicious!

  45. Emma says

    coffee, jam, maybe some yummy dried cranberries. Maggie Beer’s spiced pear paste sounds delish!! maybe some pampering products as well

  46. Liz says

    - Vanilla Body Butter
    - Chocolate with salted caramel and salt
    - Boutique Australian Olive Oils
    - Anathoth Jam
    - Some dessert wine
    - A massage voucher – how good would that feel!

  47. Dom says

    A really big voucher for a super reputable baby-sitting service, ear plugs, a bottle of plonk and a bucketload of chocolate!

  48. Mary Preston says

    Champagne & Strawberries, Chocolate & more Chocolate, Bath Salts & Bombs, Michael Buble & Tony Bennett in song, a nanny and animal wrangler, one hour of peace.

  49. Hayley says

    Chocolate, chocolate and then some more chocolate, but of course I would need to balance the hamper out with some yummy cheese, crackers and nuts and maybe a little something for my girls.

  50. says

    My dream gift hamper would include some typical sweets and food from Australia, which I miss badly here in Germany: TimTams (Double Chocolate), Caramel Crowns, Cadbury Caramello, Cadbury Snack Block, Pavlova, some Mangoes (mangoes in our fruit stores cannot reach that freshness!), Banana Passion fruits and lots more :-)

  51. Melissa Mitchell says

    Probably a little out of left field, but in honour of my new, healthier lifestyle…. I’d go for a hamper filled with delicious HEALTHY foods. “It’s Christmas” isn’t a reason for me to stop doing what I’ve been doing (that has gotten me OFF insulin in 3 months!). So maybe a great, funky salad bowl to start. Some cool salad servers. Then some gourmet salad dressings and ingredients to try. Perhaps the ingredients for a really healthy baked (or no-bake) dessert. Delicious marinades and exotic fruits to try… Reminders that healthy can still be indulgent. I don’t want to ‘slip’ up and feel terrible at the end of the year.

    (Having said all of that – I’m desperate to finally try some of Maggie Beer’s treats. Some quince paste or pear jam…)

  52. says

    My ideal gift hamper would be “Cards” – where my kids write down cards of what they will do for the day….be it wash the car, wash the clothes, breakfast in bed, a day with no fighting, a day of R and R or even cook dinner. That way I can cash the cards in whenever i wanted to :)

  53. says

    A gourmet hamper packed with treats such as balsamic, olives, truffle oil, saffron, and other delicacies, food items to appeal to the culinary devotee, appealing to the serious foodie.

  54. Sassmouth Mama says

    Hmmmm, my must-haves would have something for everyone in the family; a juicy bone for the pooch, some fruit and rusks for Bubba, a kg of good coffee for the fella and something cold and thirst-quenching for me (it’s boiling here today and I’m craving pear cider) and yummy treats to share – good cheese, biscotti, chocolate dipped strawberries, sliced mango (if it’s a dream hamper I can be too lazy to cut it myself right?), really good nut mixes and dark chilli chocolate. Possibly served on a platter of Channing Tatum but I’m willing to negotiate on that (ie George Clooney would do).

  55. May says

    If I could design my own gift hamper.. It would have Hello Kitty anything and everything! Anything related to baking. Arts and Crafts. Japanese Cherry Blossom scent anything. Tons of earrings! Also, York Mints would be the cherry on the top!

  56. Judith Senese says

    A bottle or two of champagene, with a jar of Wild Hibiscus Flowers to match,
    Grapes, strawberries and Freddo Frogs, all to share with my sons.

  57. AmberB says

    My dream hamper would be range of gorgeous Australian Goodies: Darrell Lea Licorice, Carman’s Muesli Bars, Bundaberg Ginger Beer, Newman’s Dark Chocolate Orange Thins, Sanitarium Light ‘n Tasty Cereal, Ajitas Vege Chips, Byron Bay Cookies White Chocolate Chunk Cookies, Thomas Chipman Sweet Potatoes Chips … I am a big advocate for buying local products, and there are so many fantastic Australian brands that it isn’t difficult.

  58. says

    It would have to have a good bottle of Chardonnay

    Lindor white Chocolate balls

    A brie cheese and cracked pepper water crackers

    Some pistachio nuts

    Chocolate Christmas pudding

    Some melting moments and colourful macaroons

    some coffee pods for my machine

    A jar of apple sauce for the roast pork

    And just for something fun, a jar of chocolate body paint for later ;-)

  59. Katy says

    Oh all my favourite goodies in one spot!! I would have to have some crumbly mersey valley cheese with crackers, a variety of Lindt chocolates (I might even share some!) and a yummy sun dried tomato dip. Simply stuff!!

  60. CJ says

    My dream hamper would include chocolates and sweets for my husband and yummy gluten-free food for me and of course cheeses. Yummo!!!

  61. trudi okeefe says

    bottle of wild turkey,whittikers coconut slabs,nobbys peanuts ,pickled onions,kraft cheese,and plain chips,pretzels and gerkin dip

  62. says

    A delicious bottle of Prosecco, Woollies Deli Chilli Olives & Kabana, Good old Savoys, and some marshmallows and skewers for the kids – we’d take it all camping over Christmas xxx

  63. Rachel T says

    My dream gift hamper would include:
    A purple candle, scented to choice (I would choice French Vanilla), An instantly warm to the touch blanket, a non greasy all over moisturiser to pamper skin, magic sleeping dust (which causes the sprinkled upon to sleep through the night – best to treat the whole family!) a hot chocolate with marshmallows (for use upon awakening) and a nice family DVD – to extend the relaxation just a little more.

  64. Stacey Shailer says

    A new toy to keep my toddler son occupied, a 6-pack of beer to keep my husband occupied, and heaps of chocolate and bath goodies so I can lock myself away in the bathroom for an hour to indulge myself!

  65. Erica Sumners says

    My dream gift hamper is a bit fruity and nutty (a bit like me in december!) Lots of mangoes, lychees, raspberries, blueberries, pineapple and strawberries. And plenty of macadamia nuts and pistachios. Maybe a small jar of nutella could be hiding in there too along with tickets and flights to Tulsa Oklahoma in May 2013 to see my favourite band, Hanson. Epic hamper!

  66. Kristina says

    A gorgeous picnic basket to start as we could use it for many years for family outings & picnics. Filled with something for everyone. Nescafe espresso for hubby, box of Quaker Quick Oats for me, Packet of Burgerings for Miss 7, packet of Timtams for Miss 11 and a box of Whitmans chocolates for us all to share

  67. Jenny says

    A scented candle, relaxing CD, some bubbles (Champagne variety!), a face mask, hair conditioning pack, bubble bath, loofah mitts – oh, and a babysitter.

  68. Charisse says

    My hamper would have:

    * perfectly ripe bowen mangoes

    * tin of Quality Street chocolates

    * camembert cheese

    * crackers

    * a gossip magazine (to read while indulging in this hamper)

    * fruit juice and ginger ale to make a beautiful punch

    * dog treats to reward my best friend

  69. joe says

    Michael Buble CD,
    Cabernet Sauvingon Shiraz ,
    MixedOlives and Roasted Peppers Antipasto
    Honey Coated Peanuts,
    Gourmet Crackers with Seaseme Seeds,
    Brie,
    Gourmet Chocolate,
    Strawberries,
    All packagesd in a handwoven basket with a beautiful red satin ribbon with a card and a message “I love you” from my partner.

  70. Veronica Paterson says

    F-ruChocs a South Aussie favourite of mine,

    A-nd Tim Tams chocolate that’s so divine,

    T-reat myself with an Edible Bloom,

    M-aggie Beer Passionfruit Ice-cream too,

    U-nlock the flavour with a Barossa Valley white,

    M-acadamia Fudge oh that first bite,

    S-hortbread biscuits to have with tea,

    L-ove some Caramel Bailey’s just for me,

    I-‘d add some raspberry white choc bullets too,

    M-aybe I’ll even share it with you.

  71. joneen13 says

    A Jar of Crunch Peanut Butter, a box of mixed Lindt Balls, a box of Savoury Shapes and a tub of that amazing Avocado and Smoked Salmon Dip (I think Black Swan make it), a packet of Double Coat Tim Tams, a box or two of the Snickers Ice Cream Bars, Garlic Bagel Crisps, A big tin of Chocolate AND Strawberry Nesquick, a Country Cup packet mix Creamy Pumpkin and Ham soup (has to have croutons!), a 5 pack of Mi Goreng noodle packets and a box of Cyclone Icy Poles wouldn’t go astray either. Ooh, and chuck in a Cosmo or a Cleo mag and I’m a happy camper!
    Random but oh so delicious!

  72. Gemini77 says

    Christmas is the ideal theme for me for a dream hamper…every kind of gourmet fruit mince pie! With something to wash them down with, like delicious coffee and exclusive teas, some rum butter, delicious natural fruit jubes, pastes, jams and jellies and just to balance it out, throw in some really delicious King Island Dairy double cream, Bruny Island cheese and a crunchy sour dough loaf…mmmm! Heaven!

  73. Vera says

    My dream hamper must include all three types of chocolate and lots of nuts to enjoy all together. Including a wish for peace and love.

  74. Belinda Bonello says

    The must have items I’d include would be Italian bread stick, fetta cheese, ricotta cheese, olives marinated in herbs, lots of chocolates and tea too!

  75. natalie foster says

    DREAM HAMPER – lattee, magazines, pamper packs, candles and yummy treats so I can relax, smell nice and EAT…….

  76. sam says

    Not original – Lovely candles, chocolate and a bottle of bubbly, but after a relax and a glass or two I’ll be able to come up with amazing ideas for a hamper.

  77. mel says

    mine would have to be… some hot choc nespresso pods, a good magazine or 2, some yummy smelling bath crystals, an ipod dock, a bath pillow, a good block of chocolate, a DO NOT DISTURB sign and a lock for the bathroom door lol

  78. Jenny says

    Chocolate, Fruit Mince Pies, and more Chocolate. You don’t need anything else! (Except maybe icecream, but it doesn’t work very well in a hamper)

  79. alli says

    chocolate for the kids, fruit cake for hubby, a nice bottle of Sav for me, and Gluten Free nibbles for my nieces and nephews coming to stay for the holiday

  80. Kara says

    Ryan Gosling, Tatum Channing, 2 large palm leaves, 2 loin cloths (optional), A bottle of moet, a chaise and a pile of red grapes.

  81. Donna Quirke says

    I would want something to make Xmas Day special for the family. So a seafood feast, an abundance of chocolate, lots of fresh fruit, ham and eggs, a bottle of expensive bubbly, a case of mixed beer to share and lots of family love and laughter.

  82. Vicki F says

    A babysitting voucher
    A picnic rug
    A flight for two
    Oysters, chocolate and Moet,
    So hubby and I can savour a melting moment!

  83. Courtney says

    The best hamper is the one where every item is an awesome surprise. I once won a nana hamper that included toilet paper, orange juice and pickles (among other practical things) – best hamper ever!

  84. Kim R says

    Chocolates and wine yes! But also store gift cards so who ever you give the hamper to has a choice of gifts they can buy that suits them as well!

  85. Amanda Gorton says

    I really would love a hamper for some ‘time out’ – two coffee mugs, hazelnut flavoured coffee, traditional shortbread, caramel fudge and a magazine !

  86. Kirsten W says

    Tim Tam Original
    Tim Tam White
    Tim Tam Original Value Pack
    Tim Tam Double Coat
    Tim Tam Chewy Caramel
    Tim Tam Classic Dark
    Tim Tam Original Finger
    Tim Tam Original Individually Wrapped
    Tim Tam Sweet Surrender Choc Hazelnut Flavoured Mousse
    Tim Tam Sweet Surrender Creme Caramel
    Tim Tam Original Snack Pack
    Tim Tam Honeycomb Snack Pack

    I think that covers it!

  87. Stephanie says

    I’m easy to please… anything with CHOCOLATE!!! And some delicious biscuits always go down a treat too! You’d better throw in some delicious olives to satisfy the savory in me!

  88. Nikki says

    Biscuits and apricot and mango cheese with quince jam and all kinds of fruit chockie and a nice wine mmm Im hungary now.

  89. says

    Would be the “No Kids Allowed” hamper, don’t get me wrong, I love my kids but this would be just for me!!
    It would contain, a pedicure voucher, chocolate, a weeks worth of no cooking dinner, chocolate, a weeks worth of not making the kids brush their teeth, chocolate, a $100 000 clothes and shoes and handbag voucher, chocolate and finally a weeks worth of sleep ins (past 8am), oh and did I mention CHOCOLATE!!!

  90. Alicia Cleland says

    Let’s start with the French – Fromage and Champagne
    crackers and quince paste, in a beautiful cane
    basket, filled with chocolates and tea
    Some grapes and strawberries, for you and me

  91. Chrissy07 says

    Old Gold Chocolates, Moccona coffee, Tinned Smoked salmon, crackers, popcorn, mixed roasted nuts, Guava juice, Christmas pudding, Christmas crackers and a gift voucher for a magazine subscription.

  92. says

    I will pretend that I am very healthy, and say a hamper filled with wonderful fruits like mangoes, blueberries, raspberries, lychees etc, all of which I do love and enjoy
    Ps Your hamper has Kez’s melting moments, they are the most delicious biscuits, one is not enough , but sometimes when I have two…..

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