Luxury 12 – Complete Christmas Day Kit 2


Luxury 12 - Complete Christmas Day Kit 2

£577.90 £497.90 Inc. Vat

Luxuriate in this Complete Christmas Day 12. A dozen products so good, you’ll wish Christmas came every day. Incredible Champagne and the finest Gin for your Gin and Tonics to start the day. Layered, textured whites and decadent, silky reds for the food. Then peerless Port and exceptional XO Cognac close proceedings perfectly.


  • Double Dutch Indian Tonic Water - 24 x 150ml

    “This is a well rounded tonic water that doesn't leave a bitter taste in the mouth. It really allows the flavour of your spirit to burst through and not be dulled down like more run of the mill tonic waters.”

  • Quinta da Pedra Alta Alta No. 10 - Ten year old Tawny Port

    “Walnuts, dates and raspberry compote mingle in the glass with cigar box and Assam tea leaf aromas. Rich, pure and complex with a lovely balanced freshness. Don't wait around till next Xmas to treat yourself NOW.”

  • René Jolly Blanc de Blancs × 2

    “Brioche bread used to be for dipping in coffee, now it's wrapped around every burger going. That bit of bakery is exactly the smell you get from this Champagne. There's no patty and sauce in this bun thankfully just; lemon curd, pear, lime zestiness and apricot. Not that we are doctors but this should be taken every evening before dinner, where possible.”

  • Mar 7 Amontillado

  • Cape Chamonix Chardonnay Reserve × 2

    “If you are not into the smell of freshly baked croissants then you are in the wrong place. This one is rich and silky with wonderful whiffs of lemons, apple, green olives and a proper, French, buttery, bake-off.”

  • Peter Michael Winery L'Esprit des Pavots

    “A classic and sleek, top-drawer Bordeaux blend from Napa & Sonoma counties. This gives perfectly ripe blackcurrant aromas alongside, leather, old fireplace, cooling eucalyptus, coffee and pencil shavings. The whole experience is so harmonious with fresh acidity, perfect fruit and grip. As tasted in 2022 this is drinking very well now but has plenty of ageing potential.”

  • Campbells Of Rutherglen The Brothers Shiraz

    “Big, bruising and bloody delicious. Everything cranked up to 11 in the best possible way. Drink it now with a couple of hours to breathe or squirrel it away for 5-10 years, either's fine by us! you will not be disappointed.”

  • Riecine Chianti Classico

    “All the Chianti you desire and loads more. Drink immediately/ open ahead of time/ hide for up to 10 years - all routes to your mouth will work. Really dark fruit with old railway sleeper, faint bruised apple, nutmeg and leather aromas, but still fresh and deeply moreish. One of those to sit back and get lost in. Get lost!”

  • Birds Dry Gin

    “A top-notch G&T gin, this. Lovely creamy texture, bright citrus, a little menthol and some welcome herbaceousness put this in the top bracket. Trust us - you're gonna love this.”

  • Louis Royer XO

    “Rich with almond bread, dark caramel, cristalised figs, bazaar-sourced spices and tobacco. Layered complexity and concentration, like an wise old friend you would happily spend a long evening with. Faultless.”

Additional information

Weight 1.50 kg




Vegan, Vegetarian



Why we love this tipple

“Rich with almond bread, dark caramel, cristalised figs, bazaar-sourced spices and tobacco. Layered complexity and concentration, like an wise old friend you would happily spend a long evening with. Faultless.”


Louis Royer

Having spent many years honing his craft as Cellar Master for some of Cognac’s most prestigious houses, in 1853 Louis Royer took the bold decision to set up on his own. Louis’ character can be surmised by his choice of the bee emblem symbolising diligence, efficiency and craftsmanship, which adorns every bottle of Louis Royer today.

Situated in the small town of Jarnac, overlooking the Charente River, and now under the stewardship of the fifth generation, Cognac Louis Royer has wholeheartedly embraced the new while never forgetting the old. So while modern equipment plays an important role, its age-old production techniques and a total commitment to quality are paramount.

By using traditional copper pot stills to create their unaged ‘Eau-de-Vie’ and by ageing in oak barrels, sustainably harvested from France’s famous Limousin forests, the family maintain consistency and an unwavering commitment to their Great, Great Grandfather’s ethos.

Sold all over the world and highly regarded by both professionals and connoisseurs, Louis Royer has received multiple awards over the years, establishing them as one of Cognac’s finest houses.


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