Christmas Gift Guide: The Best Presents For The Foodie In Your Life

The food-lover in your life will appreciate any one of these gourmand treats



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Long-handle bamboo tea strainer, from $55, from Jiho Yun.

Waterford crystal champagne glasses, $262, from David Jones.

The Body Shop Juicy Pear body yoghurt $25.

Mr Kitly brass salt & pepper mill, from $135, from Everyday Needs.

Plant-based patties, $14, from Amino Mantra.

Crisp beer, $5 each, from Garage Project.

Moet & Chandon Imperial limited-edition festive bottle, $70, at select retailers.

The Jellyologist Nan’s Pavlova flavoured jelly mix, $7.50, from selected Countdowns.

Paleo granola, $17, from Cathedral Cove Naturals.

Kiehl’s avocado nourishing hydration face mask, $75, from selected Kiehl’s boutiques, Farmers and Smith & Caughey’s.

Maple syrup trio, $26, from Sabato.

Mixology ice moulds, $40 set of three, from Ingenue.

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