This Mother's Day Choose Partridges' Chelsea Flower Gifts and Hampers



From the heart of Chelsea, Partridges, the world renowned grocer to the Queen, brings us The Chelsea Flower Collection. ‘Chelsea Flower’ commemorates the historic association between the Kings Road flower nurseries, which date back to the 17th Century, and the location of Partridges’ flagship store in Duke of York Square, Chelsea.

The Partridges’ Chelsea Flower Collection comprises of:

GIN: Partridges Original & No 2 Chelsea Flower Gin - 50cl - ABV 41.5% - £33.99

Each of the limited edition bottles is hand filled, numbered by hand and sealed with wax.

The Original Chelsea Flower Gin contains 19 botanicals including rose petals, marigold, verbena, cassia bark and juniper. ‘Rose and other floral notes interact with piney juniper and peppery spice’.

No.2 Chelsea Flower Gin is infused with bergamot and is ‘elegant, indulgent and rounded with body and freshness. Notes of bergamot lead but there is also a medley of citrus and coriander with hints of lemon tart and vanilla’.

A beautifully packaged Chelsea Flower Gin Twin Pack is also available online - £75.00

'NEW' CANDLES: Partridges Scented Candles - £32.95

Each Chelsea Flower Candle is lovingly handmade in London, using the finest essential oils, absolutes and eco-friendly hemp wax.

The Chelsea Blossom Candle contains essential oils of linden blossom, orange blossom, ylang-ylang, bergamot and orange.

The Chelsea Garden Candle contains essential oils of rose otto, carnation, rose geranium, patchouli and cedarwood.

TEA:

Partridges Chelsea Flower Tea forms the foundation of the Chelsea Flower range. It is a China blend with marigold flowers and a subtle flavour of mango and apple to give it a fresh, floral aroma. Unlike some flavoured teas, it tastes as it smells. For best results, serve on its own.

Chelsea Flower Tea Gift Tin - £6.95

Chelsea Flower Tea Bags - £3.25

Chelsea Flower Loose Leaf Tea Blend - £5.95

Chelsea Flower Rose Pouchong Loose Leaf Tea - £5.95

BISCUITS:

Handmade in Scotland using the finest ingredients, these fragrant Chelsea Flower butter biscuits are created exclusively for Partridges - £3.95

Earl Grey Tea Biscuits

Almond and Rose Biscuits

All Butter Biscuits

Honey & Lavender Biscuits

FUDGE:

These delicious tablets of Chelsea Flower Fudge are hand-beaten, hand-cut, and hand-wrapped and made especially for Partridges by an artisan producer - £3.95

Honey Fudge

Vanilla & Geranium Fudge

Rose Fudge

CHELSEA FLOWER GIFTS:

Add any of these Partridges Chelsea Flower gifts to create a luxurious hamper.

Chelsea Flower Tea Bag Tidy - £5.95

Chelsea Flower Tea Mug - £9.95

Chelsea Flower Tea Towel - £8.95

Chelsea Flower Shopper Bag - £7.95


BESPOKE HAMPER SERVICE:

Customers can create beautiful gift hampers, boxes or Partridges gift bags online as well as in both London stores.

1. Pick a gift box or wicker hamper from the online selection.

2. Add the items you’d like to fill it with to the online basket. 3. Add a gift message at checkout.

All Partridges hampers are beautifully packed and can be delivered to any UK address.

Order Online: www.partridges.co.uk

By Email: weborders@partridges.co.uk

Telephone: 020 7730 0651

PARTRIDGES OPENING HOURS:

SLOANE SQUARE:

2-5 Duke of York Square, London SW3 4LY

Open Everyday 8am – 10pm

GLOUCESTER ROAD:

17-23 Gloucester Road, London SW7 4PL

Open Everyday 7.30am – 10pm

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EDITORS NOTES

PARTRIDGES – the independent family-run food store was founded in 1972 in Sloane Square and in 1994 was granted a Royal Warrant as Grocers to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.

In 1998 Partridges second shop opened on Gloucester Road, West London and in 2004 the original shop was relocated to Duke of York Square, Chelsea with outdoor seating on the Square.

In 2012 Partridges introduced its Chelsea Flower Collection which contains a range of upmarket groceries including floral teas, fudge, biscuits, a selection of gifts and 2 types of gin.

Teas & Chelsea Flower Gin - Tea and gin are the perfect combination as the floral or citrus botanical flavours found in tea compliment gin. Tea has been used by bartenders to lengthen drinks since the 1800’s.

No. 2 Chelsea Flower Gin, is infused with Bergamot, which is a fragrant citrus fruit with a sweet, floral, sour and bitter flavour, found in Earl Grey tea. It tastes delicious with Partridges Earl Grey Tea with its bergamot overtones, whilst more floral teas such as Partridges Chelsea Flower Tea and Partridges Rose Pouchong Tea combine better with the floral notes of the Original Chelsea Flower Gin.

In 2014 Partridges launched Startisans to help ‘Start-Up Food & Drink’ artisans and operates pop-up Shepherd’s Markets around London including the vibrant and successful Saturday Fine Food Market each weekend outside its flagship store on Duke of York Square.

Partridges sell over 5,000 food, wine and spirits items and has one of the largest selections of American food in London. Customers can shop online with free delivery in local areas or a click-and-collect service. Fresh food, bakery counter goodies and everyday essentials can be ordered Deliveroo from both Partridges stores.

Mothering Sunday has been celebrated on the fourth Sunday in Lent in the UK and Ireland since the 16th century and is a day to show love, gratitude and appreciation for mothers, through acts of kindness and the giving of gifts and flowers.


THE CHELSEA FLOWER STORY

The Chelsea Flower range has been inspired by the historic association between flowers and nurseries and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. In 17th century, nurseries were to be found in Chelsea catering for fashionable tastes in exotic and beautiful flowers. James Colville, a leading nurseryman and florist noted for his roses, chrysanthemum, pelargoniums and rare exotics was located on the corner of Blacklands Terrace and Kings Road, directly opposite the current location of Partridges' Chelsea store. Over time, Chelsea became famous for its numerous nurseries which imported and grew wondrous plants and flowers such as azaleas, camellias and geraniums alongside fruits including oranges and pineapples.

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