Christmas Hampers with Cherries + Moet Gift Hamper
- Available November to February - pre order for Christmas
Cherry Christmas Hampers + Moet Gift Hamper
Cherries make the ideal gift because they are easy to eat and easy to share! Send the gift of Cherries and let them know how much you care - our cherry boxes are full of nutrients and health benefits.
- Premium selection of the best cherries available
- Full sized gift card with personalised message
- Timber handmade wooden box with sliding lid
Fruits Included will be Cherries.
Small = 2kg
Regular = 3kg
Large = 4kg
Extra Large = 5kg
You can spice up any fruit gift hamper with something special from our spice up my hamper section.
Please check delivery information on our delivery page as we are not able to ship fruit to some states within Australia.
More About Cherries
A substantial and growing body of scientific research continuously links Montmorency tart cherries to an array of important health benefits.
Tart cherries are abundant in anthocyanins – a natural compound that contributes to the ruby-red color and distinctive sour-sweet taste. This phytonutrient, a type of flavonoid, is also behind the potential health-promoting properties of tart cherries. From soothing arthritis symptoms and easing muscle pain after a workout to enhancing sleep, tart cherries have been credited with an array of health advantages.
More than 50 studies have examined the potential health benefits of tart cherries, and the research is continuing.
Research indicates that tart cherries may help reduce inflammation related to arthritis and gout.
For decades, people with arthritis and gout have consumed tart cherry juice for relief of symptoms – even though much of the evidence was anecdotal, and some people dismissed the soothing claims as folklore.
Now there’s hard science to back it up. Tart cherries are one of the highest sources of phenolic compounds, specifically anthocyanins, which have been shown to fight inflammation – even as much as some pain medications. In fact, some researchers have concluded that tart cherries have more inflammation-fighting potential than any other food.