Valentine's Day Gift Guide 2019
Don't find yourself in a sticky situation this Valentine's Day – keep your lover sweet with this delicious and crumbly, sea salted fudge.
If food puns make you cringe, you'd best look away now. This bacon rasher phone case will bring a smile to your bae's face – and if you're in urgent need of a gift, we reckon this will save your bacon...
This slick thermal tumbler keeps cold drinks chilled for nine hours and hot drinks warm for up to three. It also happens to look incredibly stylish.
The only thing better than chocolate for one is chocolate for two. The thoughtful bunch at Hotel Chocolat have cleverly created this sharer slab of Valentine's chocolate which combines caramel, milk chocolate and strawberry to make the ultimate Valentine's movie snack.
If your beau is a booze fan - particularly whisky - you can't go wrong with Monkey Shoulder. This trendy Scotch often appeals to those who like to experiment with their whisky in cocktails and can be served in a number of different ways, depending on preference.
Tipple Box produce monthly or one-off gift boxes containing spirits, mixers and recipes for delicious cocktails you can make at home. Splash out on a cosmopolitan kit to woo (woo) your Valentine.
If you and your Valentine share a special song, listen to it together on this retro kitchen radio that comes in 29 cool shades. We think the Emma Bridgewater love heart design makes a sweet choice for a Valentine's gift.
Your romantic Valentine's brunch just got an upgrade with this fun two-in-one gadget that allows you to poach or boil eggs at the same time as toasting bread, muffins or bagels. There's also a little warming tray to heat up cooked meats.
Who needs dairy chocolate? We love this vegan box of goodies, full to the brim with tasty plant-based choccies and snacks – and it's all so pretty in pink!
Offering a romantic twist on the classic hot choc, Cupsmith's single origin Columbian hot chocolate is deliciously rich with a lovely subtle hint of rose. Each bag makes 14 cups, meaning you can cosy up and share plenty more hot chocolates after Valentine's Day is over.
Not great when it comes to making romantic gestures? Don't waffle on – make waffles instead! This Cuisinart makes two at a time and it's easy to use for sleepyheads. Perfect for breakfast in bed.
If you or your Valentine enjoy baking, a batch of cookies stamped with a message of love will go down a treat. Simply press into the cookie dough and pull back to reveal the words made with love.
Drink a Valentine's toast to these sophisticated, mouth-blown glasses. They're reversible, too, meaning you can pour shot-sized drinks or longer cocktails – and they come in a beautiful oak storage box.
We all know a serious coffee drinker and if you're planning to blow the budget on them this Valentine's, look no further than the Nespresso KitchenAid. It came out top in our coffee machine review and looks glorious in the colour of love.