Saturday, 10 November 2012

Cherizena Coffee Limited Edition Christmas gift sets

Now its the time of year when I get to review Christmas foods and drinks, one of the highlights of two years ago was a chance to drink Cherizena Christmas coffee. They very kindly wanted me to repeat the experience and  I happily agreed.

I forgot just how good it was. The instant Christmas aromas start from the minute you  pour the water into the coffee. A warming nutty, spicy aroma, the orange and rum fills the air. Waiting for the cafetiere and that first sip is almost frustrating. 

The taste is as I remember its like a mulled coffee drink, sweet heavy and almost like cake. All the seasonal festivities start as I sip. I am happy!

The Christmas gifts are looking lovely this year and prices starting from £3 so great for a prezzy!!

Coffee specialist Cherizena has unveiled its festive range for 2012…featuring its popular Christmas coffee and a selection of coffee-based gifts.

The speciality and premium mail order coffee supplier has put together a range of gift boxes which are ideal Christmas presents for coffee lovers.

Suitable for all budgets, the gifts range in price from £3 for a festive pack of chocolate-coated coffee beans through to £18 for a cafetiere gift box.

Many of the gift sets include a pack of Cherizena’s Christmas coffee, which has a delicious aroma reminiscent of plum pudding.

Available as beans or ground, regular or decaffeinated, the Christmas coffee has been created by flavouring the Colombian Excelsior medium bean with a tasty combination of rum, hazelnut, cinnamon, vanilla, orange and pecan nut flavours.

It’s the perfect blend to put you in the festive spirit.

The Christmas coffee and gift sets available from Cherizena include:

  • Christmas coffee, in 115g packs, priced £3 each.
  • Christmas Treat – two 60g packs of coffee (Italian Roast and Christmas coffee) ground for filters and cafetieres in a gold gift box, priced £4.50.
  • Chocolate-coated coffee beans – a 60g gift box of white, milk and dark chocolate coated coffee beans, priced £3.
  • Gift Basket – a 60g pack of chocolate-coated coffee beans, and four 60g packs of coffee, including Christmas coffee, Costa Rica, Breakfast Blend and Espresso Blend, priced £12.50.
  • Speciality Coffee Selection – a gift box containing 75g each of Pure Jamaican Blue Mountain, Cuban Cubita, Panama Volcan Baru, either beans or ground, priced £17.50.
  • Cafetiere Gift Box – a 300ml cafetiere accompanied by 115g packs of Cherizena’s Breakfast Blend and the Christmas coffee, priced £18.
  • JamaicanBlueMountain Box – 115g gift box of award-winning premium Jamaican Blue coffee…the highest grown coffee in Jamaica. Available as beans or ground, priced £18.50.

Offering up to 30 single origin coffees and blends, and 20 different flavoured varieties, Cherizena has coffees to suit all tastes. It is a leading UK specialist producer of coffee, and sources premium, rare and speciality coffees, as well as creating its own range of superb flavoured coffees.

The Christmas coffee is one of its limited edition flavours, and last year around half a tonne of Christmas coffee was sold.

The coffee and gift sets are available from from October 1st 2012. Last orders for consumers are December 19th 2012.
Cherizena is based at Wartnaby, near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.


  1. My Dad loves coffee so will definitely check these out - thank you!

  2. My Mum is a coffee addict, this would be the perfect gift for her and with prices starting from £3, you can't go wrong really!

  3. I am obsessed with coffee! This is going on my Xmas list! Fantastic!

  4. I love a coffee after dinner/meal, only time I drink it now. But these are great idea's for friends gift. Have bookmarked this page in my Christmas Idea's folder - yes I'm sad enough to have one of those. LOL.

  5. Fab present idea for coffee drinkers!

  6. Mmmmmm I am a coffeeholic - yep - drink 6 milky lattes a day - made at home of course! But I am always a liitle reluctant to stray away from a 'normal' coffee flavour. I used to work for Costa, so did try the likes of a Gingerbread latte and other syrups, eg creme brulie, caramel, etc - BUT I never really took to them! This hamper does sound wonderful though for a more adventurous coffee drinker like my dad so I have written it down on my list as a possible Christmas pressie. It is like tea - I just drink plain Tetley tea - none of those herbals YUK!

  7. This would be a great gift for my coffee mad brother in law!