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Legendary Moray food producer Baxters is launching its first luxury Christmas hampers, focusing on smaller Scottish brands.

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Products that have made their way into hampers include Wild Hearth Bakery Sourdough Whiskey Stolen Bread, a Klutie McToot Klutie Dumpling Kit, and Kinalba Cashmere Socks.

Kinloch Anderson supplies the tartan crackers, while Highland Chocolatier supplies the sweet treats, and Glenrins Distillery in Speyside produces a limited-edition gin.

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Nine hampers – with prices starting at £340 – also include limited-edition jams, chutneys and preserves from the company’s Audrey Baxter Signature range.

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The latest range marks Baxter’s entry into the luxury end of the hamper market, and is a step up from its previous selection.

Matthews said, “Our team has scoured the length and breadth of Scotland to find the most premium and coveted products and experiences, as well as offering gifts with a difference this Christmas, as we look to small Scottish suppliers. Also making a real difference.” Bending, one of Baxter’s directors.

Argyll Coffee Roasters is supplying 10,000 tins for the hampers, with the cash from the contract allowing it to create new designs.

“Securing this opportunity with Baxters in Scotland has been a game changer for our business,” said Eve MacFarlane, founder of Argyll Coffee Roasters.

“Not only has it allowed us to drive our own production, but it has allowed us to experiment with new sustainable packaging and has given us a great platform to get our brand out there.”

The only products in Hampers that are not Scottish are wines from family producers in France and Italy.

Read more news and reviews Scottish FieldFood & Drink Pages in association with cask and still magazine.

Plus, don’t miss out on Secret Diner’s Restaurant Review October’s Luxury Issue Scottish Field magazine,

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