Our most popular parcel! A treat package to take you through the day from breakfast to nightcap

For breakfast:

  • Our finest hand-made Granola 150g. 


For mid-morning:

  • Chocolate-Chip Cookies x 6


For afternoon tea/coffee:

  • Our signature Squidgy Chocolate Brownies x 2
  • Bespoke Tea/Coffee selection: luxury Earl Grey Tea Bags by Newby of London; or Coffee Bags from The Real Coffee Bag Company; or Pukka Herbal or English Breakfast Teabags. x 3 bags
    (If you'd like decaf coffee, please select Coffee, and Add a Note to us in the Cart)



  • Gordon's Gin miniature & Fever Tree tonic (or Seedlip non-alcoholic botanical) x 1
  • Cheddar & Rosemary Biscuits x 6


With dinner:

  • Wine or Elderflower: 1 x small bottle of Hidden Road wine (Shiraz or Sauvignon Blanc), 187ml (or Fentiman's Wild English Elderflower, 275ml)


After dinner:

  • Our Cocoa-dusted Fudge Truffles x 6. These blend luxurious hand-made fudge with a dusting of dark chocolate to provide a deilcious after-dinner treat. 


All sent with a beautiful photo gift card, and handwritten message of your choice. (If you don't have a photo, we'll send a standard greetings card.)


Upgrades available

  • Pamper kit. Indulge your loved one with this combination of Cath Kidston Hand Cream (30ml), and Baylis & Harding soap (100g)

All-day Treats! From breakfast to after-dinner...

Tea or Coffee?
Photo Gift Card or plain?
Wine or non-alcoholic?
G&T or non-alcoholic botanicals?
Add Pampering Set (+£7.50)?
  • Your satisfaction is important to us. If you are not 100% delighted with our parcel of love, please contact us straightaway so we can rectify or refund!

Top-tip: all product options must be added or set to "none" before you can buy! If you get stuck, message us below or call on 020 7820 7456 for help!

Have a question? Want more choices? Contact us now using the chat bubble,

or call 020 7820 7456 (8am-9pm, 7 days) in the UK.

©2020 Al Fresco Feasts Ltd, t/a Parcel.Love 

Registered company in England 07365121

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