Terms and Conditions
Orders placed before 12pm Tuesday will be available for collection between 2 and 4pm on the Friday.
To maintain our high standards and freshness of product, some fresh products will be limited and at times unavailable. In the event of a particular product being unavailable it will be substituted with a similar product.
Content and photography
The information provided for each product or collection of products is accurate at the time we published the information. Where the product is a collection of many products, such as our hamper ranges, a full list is supplied. We sometimes use props in our photography, in these cases the product description or list clearly defines what is being advertised for purchase.
Basis of sale
When you click on ‘Confirm Order’ you offer to buy the Goods at the prices indicated including any delivery charges that apply to your purchase. All orders will be subject to these conditions. If your order is accepted, a confirmation will be sent to the email or postal address you provided when placing your order. As the confirmation is sent to you automatically, an error may have been made of which we are not aware despite our best efforts. Because of this, we retain the right to cancel the order as set out under the ‘Cancellation and return’ heading.
Acceptance of order
Your order becomes binding as soon as we have accepted it, subject to your rights of cancellation. Your order will be accepted as soon as we have confirmed your order. Our acceptance of your order is conditional on the availability of the Products you have ordered. If any of the Products you have ordered are unavailable, or should events occur beyond our reasonable control, we reserve the right to cancel your order without liability. In such circumstances we shall let you know as soon as possible. Pursuant to the Licensing Act 1964 it is an offence for any person under the age of 18 to buy intoxicating liquor, or for any person over the age of 18 to buy intoxicating liquor on behalf of any person under the age of 18, subject to a maximum fine on conviction of £1000.