I recently came across The Wish Collection, and automatically fell in love with everything in the store! It’s almost like a mini Harrods- everything is exclusive and gorgeous beyond measure. Ramadhaan literally flew by, and with a mere week to go I thought it would be great to do a post on gifting from here.

The ultimate chocolatier


Everyone tends to go for the more common chocolates: Ferrero Rocher, Lindor by Lindt. However, Prestat is to chocolate what Laduree is to macarons: The best of the best. In fact, in has a Royal Warrant: The QUEEN’S stamp of approval!

(I’m also crazy in love with their packaging!)



Precious African Tea


You don’t get more luxurious than this in the world of teas. I immediately thought of NiQi when I came across it (Queen of High Teas!). Take yours to the next level (or gift it to someone, then invite yourself over at 4pm) with Yswara: worth every sip!




Fragrance, bath and body

Move over, Molton Brown. THIS is the ultimate in luxury bath and body. With the use of the deluxe ingredients and the ultimate scents, it’s hard to not want to spoil yourself (or a loved one!) with London’s finest for that hotel-esque feeling.





Considered the brand ambassador for French Style art of entertaining, Le Jackquard Francis has a bespoke line of table linen.

Let’s be honest, we all go out of our way to create the perfect Eid Table; the most beautiful bouquets of roses, stunning napkin holders and of course a table cloth that ties it altogether. I think this would be more of a personal entertaining factor than a gift idea (or gift to oneself, maybe?)

Whilst these are rather elaborate and exclusive gifting ideas, I simply could not help myself but share its sheer elegance with you. I literally fell in love with each and every one of these items mentioned, Prices are high, but price is no issue for the Connoisseur.

PS: Most of the products listed here are exclusive to The Wish Collection. Visit the store in Sandton City opposite Musica nearest to Entrance 5

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