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The Korora 'Silent Night' Christmas box CREDIT: Southern Public Relations
The Korora 'Christmas Pudding Box' CREDIT: Southern Public Relations
The Korora 'Christmas Berry Box' CREDIT: Southern Public Relations
As the countdown to Christmas looms, gift box specialist Korora Trading Company is lending a hand with the launch of twelve decadent Christmas gift hampers.
Harking back to the ‘12 days of Christmas’, where traditionally increasingly grand gifts were given for each of the twelve days of Christmas, Korora has launched its own twelve gift boxes full of beautiful gift ideas to delight.
Whether for a ‘true love’, friend, or as an original corporate gift idea, Korora has done all the hard work to create Christmas hampers with a difference.
Korora are experts at sourcing the ‘fun and fabulous’, and this year’s range of Christmas gift boxes is no exception. There is a focus on award-winning products and New Zealand suppliers such as Inspired Food, Akarua Vineyard, Quartz Reef Wines, Devonport Chocolates and Harney and Sons teas in their selection.
“This year we have a really exciting range of treats in each of our gift boxes, we are thrilled with the way they have come together in such a festive way,” said Korora Director Alison Broadhead. “Our Christmas collection includes limited edition wines, gourmet deli produce and delicious artisan teas, coffees and chocolates.”
Sitting alongside the delicious festive range of food and drinks is Korora’s trademark range of gift ideas. Setting it apart from other Christmas hamper companies, a Korora gift box generally includes a special gift to keep. This Christmas those who are lucky enough to receive a Korora gift box will enjoy gifts such as wine accessories, hand-crafted glassware and luxurious skincare.
“It is all about originality and using the best products we can possibly find,” said Alison. “We ensure our gift collections are timeless and elegant with emphasis on quality rather than quality.”
Korora’s Christmas collection includes twelve delightful gift boxes including Silent Night with two vintage style Christmas mice decorations, Akarua sparkling wine and chocolate treats.
The Christmas Pudding Box is a cool and quirky alternative to plum pudding and brandy, full of limited edition fine wines and sweet treats.
As Christmas always sneaks up on some unsuspecting shoppers, Korora’s range of Christmas gift options are all available online so customers can get shopping out of the way and relax and enjoy the festive season.
“Christmas can be hectic enough, so a browse on the Korora website means you can avoid the hassle of finding a car park, dealing with crammed shops and then packaging and posting your presents,” said Alison.
“We love Christmas and really enjoy taking the time to source fun and fabulous Christmas treats that are excellent value for money.”
This year Korora expects its corporate clients to take advantage of the Korora Christmas range choosing to leave the work of sourcing corporate gifts to the experts. As an added bonus, corporate clients who order 10 or more gift boxes a year have access to the exclusive Korora Member’s Den.
The 2012 Korora Christmas Hamper Collection is now online and available for pre-order. Christmas orders should be placed before December 15th to ensure delivery before Christmas. Corporate clients are encouraged to contact the company directly to discuss requirements.
About Korora Trading Company
Korora Trading Company provides cool and contemporary gift boxes for friends, loved ones, and corporates gifts through their online store. Korora Trading Company takes the hassle out of gift giving, by providing unique gift ideas that will delight.
Based in Arrowtown, Mike and Alison Broadhead started the company in 2011 with an aim to create gift boxes made up of the best quality products and unique and elegant packaging.
Alison has a background in international hotel management, while Mike is a former marketing and communications executive.
Korora is Maori for little blue penguin, a penguin found throughout New Zealand, and reflects the company’s commitment to products that are limited in number and aesthetically gorgeous.
The company has a focus on sourcing as many locally-grown, made, designed, produced and invented New Zealand goods as possible. When they cannot source New Zealand product, they will ensure it is unique, timeless and fun.