The Spoil Me Good Hamper * contains a curated bounty of goodies perfect for spoiling yourself or a loved one! Welcome Merchant has partnered with multiple refugee-operated businesses to bring you this locally and ethically made gift hamper.
The Spoil Me Good Hamper includes:
- A bottle of Munificent wine*, you can choose between a Pinot Grigio 🥂 or a Shiraz 🍷 . These wines are produced in South Australia and Victoria. They each deliver fruit-driven generosity with every sip, and 50% of their pre-tax profits are donated to their charity partner SisterWorks. The Shiraz is a deep ruby red, boasting concentrated dark red fruits and delicious mocha aromas. A palate plush with rich dark berries, cacao and subtle pepper notes, it’s a great drink to enjoy at your next barbeque. The Pinot Grigio’s fresh pear aromas and spicy citrus flavours draw you into a crisp, dry finish.
- Akira Grateful Soy Wax candle – your choice of fragrance:
🌺 Passion Fruit & Guava
😌 Lotus Flower
🥭 Mango & Papaya
🥥 Pineapple & Coconut
- Akira Grateful Bar of Soap (Lemon Grass & Myrtle) 120g
- A 60g Habibi Tea Pouch from Beit e’Shai. Habibi means “my love” in Arabic. This floral and aromatic tisane boasts aphrodisiac qualities, with petals unfurling and releasing their fragrance upon brewing. Love is truly in the air! Ingredients: Damiana, Lemon Verbena, Rose, Chamomile. All ingredients are certified organic.
- A 330ml bottle of Aunty’s Ginger Tonic (non-alcoholic), taste the uniquely refreshing goodness of tonic & zingy ginger, straight up or as mixer!
- A 320g Persian brekkie pouch from Persia’s Pantry, make your morning even more beautiful by waking up to this delicious mix of nuts, seeds, grains and raisins with a uniquely Persian twist. Sprinkle over yoghurt, add to a cheese platter or enjoy on its own as a healthy exotic snack.
Ingredients: Walnuts, Pepitas, Puffed Quinoa, Raisins, Puffed Brown Rice, Sunflower Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Rocket Seeds, Almonds, Rose Buds
Allergen information: Contains Almonds and Walnuts.’
*Please note that the box of Racha’s Syrian Kitchen’s ma’amouls, which used to be sold in these hampers, are no longer for sale for the time being, due to some supplier change
Photo by Cheyenne Bardos