New Zealand company promotes the Best of British in their Christmas Hamper Collection so Kiwis and expatriates can enjoy a little taste of home.

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With a nod to their Scottish Heritage, New Zealand company Korora Gifts has imported some British favourites to help your friends and family in NZ enjoy some British Christmas traditions this year.

New Zealand based Korora Gifts has added a good old British twist to their Christmas Hamper Collection this year but importing some fabulous brands and festive treats from the UK.

Although Korora typically supports New Zealand based companies, owner Alison Broadhead says " I was astonished when I moved to live in NZ, how proud people are of their British heritage, how passionate they are about their family history"

To acknowledge this, Korora decided to include some firm favourites in their Christmas Gift Hamper range including Harney and Sons Teas (famously served in Claridges), Mrs Bridges old fashioned sweets and fudge and of course Bailey's Irish Cream.

As a further testiment to all things British, one of their gift hampers is called The Butlers Box, paying reverence to the Downton Abbey television series which is hugely popular in NZ.

Alison comments " I am Scottish and delighted to be supporting British business by including their products in our gift hampers. We never had a Christmas at home without these treats so it is a pleasure to offer them to our customers, many of whom are based in the UK and want to send gifts to their families and friends at this time of year"

It is not surprising that The Butlers Box is proving to be very popular. What could be more British than starting the day with a great cup of tea and finishing it with a glass of Baileys?

Korora's full Christmas Hamper collection is available online and if you want to avoid the Christmas rush, orders can be taken now at

Priced from NZ $75.00 they offer excellent value and make perfect Christmas presents for anyone who deserves a little box of decadence. Delivery can be made anywhere in New Zealand.

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