Food Gifts at the National Gallery

When visiting friends or for a gift to the food lover who loves art as well, the range of products at the National Gallery shop is very tempting and delicious too. A selection of chocolates, spirits, teas and preserves just to name a few are available, all depicting details of the masterpieces on display in the museum. It is good to remember that each purchase at the shop helps the National Gallery so that it can still be visited for free.
This selection of Teas have been exclusively chosen by the Tea Master of the East India Company, and they are all special blends of black teas while the packet with the Van Gogh ' Sunflowers is a herbal infusion of chamomile, rose buds and orange petals.  You can buy one together with a nice mug or a selection, good for a Secret Santa as well.
Prestat Chocolate bars have been wrapped in all these famous paintings, and they are perfect stocking fillers or buy the 6 bars to have the whole selection. Also truffles and pralines are available in nice boxes for a scrumptious gift.
Here you can find a suggestion for a gift set with two different teas, one in teabags and the other one in leaves paired them with two nice mugs in bone china in a tray and you can choose your favourite artists for an arty gift.
London Dry Gin and Sloe Gin are just two examples of the distilled spirits that you can find at the National Gallery from the " Delicious Art" range. If you know a  gin connoisseur, I am sure  these bottles will be very appreciated.
This beautiful hamper from the Delicious Art range has got  tea, biscuits, orange & whiskey marmalade, chocolate, fudges and wine. It is a real feast for the a foodie friend with sophisticated taste. All the products have been carefully selected and packed exclusively for the National Gallery.
You' ve got a friend who is more into espresso coffee rather than tea or Americano ? The Sunflower espresso set will be the perfect choice with two coffee cups and  saucers depicting the famous Van Gogh painting. They are made of ceramic and they can be used in the microwave and dishwasher.

The wine sold at the National Gallery comes from the Rothschild family from their vineyard  Chateau Lafite. This year the Reserve Special  Bordeaux Rouge  wine  has been produced from  the vintage 2010 and it is a blend of  Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. If white is the preferred choice the Reserve Special Bordeaux Blanc from the same vintage 2010 is available, a blend of Semillon and Sauvignon, perfect for seafood or to be served as an aperitif. A case of 6 mixed bottles or 6 white wine bottles is also on display. These wines have been bottled and labelled in a collaboration between the National Gallery and the Rothschild family.
Let's celebrate with a bottle of Champagne Baron Fuente vintage 2004, crafted using three different grapes : Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot  Noir. This sophisticated  drink has been produced in partnership with Baron Fuente. You can find more food ideas at and you can even buy what you like and prepare a hamper yourself adding a tray or a couple of mugs or a couple of glasses if buying a bottle of wine or champagne. The choice is huge and the products are just the top you can find.


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