Whether you're buying a present for a food-loving friend, family member or partner on 14 February, check out our favourite Valentine’s Day gifts for foodies.
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Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift idea for the foodie in your life? Choose from our selection of unforgettable presents, including extra-special chocolates, cheese, coffee and booze, as well as fun foodie homewares and accessories.
Prefer to show your love by cooking something special? We have plenty of Valentine’s Day recipe inspiration, from brunch and classy cocktails to romantic bakes. Or, why not give a homemade gift? Our Valentine’s Day gift recipe collection includes plenty of ideas, such as prosecco truffles, rhubarb-flavoured gin and boozy fudge.
The best Valentine's Day gifts for 2020
Grind bean & ground coffee refillable tin
An ideal gift for the coffee lover in your life, this reusable tin in pretty pastel pink comes filled with either whole or ground coffee beans, straight from London’s Grind. We love the house blend, with notes of chocolate, but there's also the lighter floral black blend or a decaf option.
Latte ankle socks
These make a fun, budget-friendly gift for your favourite wannabe barista. We love the cute latte-art-design, and they come packed in a takeaway coffee cup.
White Heron British framboise
Fresh, zesty and intensely raspberry-flavoured, this liqueur is made with Herefordshire raspberries and has the perfect balance of tart and sweet. Add a dash to a glass of champagne for a perfect Valentine’s Day aperitif, or try using it in cocktails.
Pierre Marcolini Valentine’s hearts chocolates
Chocolate might seem like an obvious gift, but there’s a reason it’s so popular. You really can’t go wrong with this beautiful box of heart-shaped chocolates cast in gorgeous gradient shades of pink. Traditionalists will love the hazelnut praline caramel in white chocolate or the salted caramel varieties, but there's also yuzu, raspberry and rose-passionfruit flavours for those who like something fruitier.
Show your partner just how legendary you think they are with this embossed mug.
Forman & Field smoke & bubbles box
For an extra-special start to your Valentine’s Day dinner, treat your partner to champagne and smoked salmon. This gift set from Forman & Field includes their deliciously delicate-yet-meaty, grade-one London cure smoked salmon plus a bottle of bubbly.
Niederegger marzipan hearts
In love with a marzi-fan? Win them over this Valentine’s Day with a box of dark-chocolate-covered marzipan hearts.
This incredibly smooth gin with notes of clove and aniseed has a unique story, having been recreated from a 300-year-old recipe made popular by King William III in 1689, hence the name. The gorgeous, royal-blue bottle with striking gold lettering makes it great for gifting too.
Coeur de neaufchâtel cheese
For a truly cheesy gift, this creamy, heart-shaped coeur de neufchatel is ideal. One of Normandy’s oldest cheeses, it’s similar to camembert, only richer – just the thing to round off your Valentine’s Day dinner.
PlayIn Choc JustChoc boxes
Vegans (and those with dairy, gluten and soy allergies) needn’t miss out on high-quality chocolate this Valentine’s Day. We love these silky, dairy-free chocolate pieces (available in milk or dark) that come embossed with little hearts. The packaging it completely compostable too!
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