What you’ll get…
This Large ‘For Her’ Graze Box is the big sister to our to our famous Small ‘For Her’ Graze Box and is designed to provide your lovely lady with a delicate grazing experience for herself (or with someone else) whilst she relaxes and enjoys couple of carefully selected drinks.
Featuring the local favourites…Meredith Dairy’s goat’s cheese and Springhill Farm’s rose petal and macadamia rocky road delight, this is bound to score you some points as the favourite friend, child, colleague! Add caramelised fig paste, white chocolate pistachio/cranberry bark, a range of fresh berries/nuts, prosciutto and a homemade sugar cookie, this box says ‘YOU’RE SO SPECIAL’ like no other.
Oops… We nearly forgot! There’s two beautiful pink gin and soda cans for you and her to enjoy. Displayed in a takeaway-style platter box, this large size (36.5cm x 25.5cm) is designed for 2-4 people to enjoy.
But she doesn’t like pink gin…? That’s ok! We can substitute pink gin and soda for the following (just let us know in the comments at checkout):
– Gin and Tonic
– Espresso Martini
– Rose Cider
Please note that boxes may be slightly different to what is shown. Our boxes are dependent on supply chains and seasonal produce. Where necessary, we may need to change the box to accommodate the above. Rest assured though, all boxes are made with quality produce and are designed in a way to keep the main elements of the box.
Please note that this product may contain: Gluten, Egg, Milk and Milk Products, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Soy Bean, Tree Nuts and Kiwi Fruit.
When is your product made?
We pride ourselves on being able to create beautiful boxes that showcase the produce we use. Therefore we ensure that every single one of our graze boxes is made fresh on day it goes out.
How long will the graze box last…?
Our graze boxes should be kept refrigerated until your ready to enjoy them. They’ll keep in the fridge for up to 12 hours and once taken out, should be consumed within 3 hours before disposing.
Adhering to Law
Cheer Box Ballarat is committed to upholding the responsible service of alcohol standards and guidelines provided by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation. Under the Liquor Control Reform Act (1998), it is an offence to provide alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 years. Evidence of age upon purchasing and delivery will be required for all boxes containing alcohol.