This Diwali, forget about our very own “soan papdi dabba”! And try gifting something unique, Don’t know what to give? Don’t worry, here we are providing some exciting gift hampers options you can choose from for Delhites.
If you want to give someone something unique, Drunken Monkey’s Diwali gift hamper should be on your list. If you know a health nut or someone concerned about what they eat or drink, smoothies are the perfect gift! The hamper includes unique and delicious smoothie blends that are both useful and entertaining. Be a guilt-free gifter this Diwali!
Hamper cost: Rs1999
The Sassy Teaspoon
Sassy Teaspoon’s Diwali hampers include a variety of sweet and savoury confections, providing something for everyone. They are available in three different boxes: the Festive Hamper, the Decadence Hamper, and the Luxe Hamper. Chocolate popcorn, granola & pista bites, almond flour & saffron nankhatai, cheddar & smoked paprika sticks, Belgian chocolate sauce, peri peri cashew nuts, and a funfetti cookie premix are all included.
Hamper cost: Rs 895-Rs1895
The Bombay Sweet Shop
A Mumbai-based brand that also delivers pan-India, we recommend turning to them if you need hampers delivered across the country. They offer everything from care packages to celebration boxes filled with nostalgic treats like Parle-G fudge and Indian jujubes! We’re looking to pick up the Diwali delight box, which is inexpensive, comes in beautiful packaging, and will be appreciated by whoever receives it.
Hamper cost: Rs 990
This Diwali, Palak Panchal’s company is selling a variety of gift boxes, including a handmade artisanal mithai box for Rs 875. It also sells a variety of handcrafted chocolate boxes starting at Rs 825. You can order their Diwali gift hampers directly from their Instagram profile.
Hamper cost: Rs 800 ( approx)
Honey and Dough
Honey & Dough is a world-famous bakery, coffeehouse, and one-stop shop for authentic global baked goods, custom desserts, and decadent chocolates. This holiday season, they’ve created a variety of hampers that are beautifully packaged, and reasonably priced, and include a variety of goodies such as Oatmeal & Raisin Cookies, Chocolate Overload Cookies, French Heart Cookies, Granola in Jars, Masala Raisins and Roasted Almonds, Garlic Soya Sticks, and Chocolate Boxes.
Hamper cost: Rs 500
Harajuku Tokyo Cafe
This year, the much-loved Japanese QSR at Select City Walk, Delhi, is back with specially curated gifting hampers for the holiday season. They have two gift hampers that can be customised with dorayki, Japanese cotton cheesecake, bonbons, juku sticks, and other goodies.
Hamper cost: Rs 1400 to 1500
Do you want to go old school this Diwali? By going the eternal, old-school halwai route, Noto’s gift hampers offer an old-school take and a healthy one. This season, include items like malai pedas, motichoor laddoos, and rosogollas in your Diwali gift hampers — and what makes the deal even tastier is that you can personalise your hamper to your liking.
Hamper cost: Rs 800 to 1000