London’s artisan food producer, Forman & Field has created the Royal Rose Hamper, a fine food and drink pairing to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

The hamper was conceived following Her Majesty’s recent visit, along with Princess Anne and her cousin Princess Alexandra, to one of Forman’s esteemed clients, Bellamy’s Restaurant in Mayfair. The celebratory dinner commenced with Forman’s smoked salmon canapes.

Forman & Field’s owner, Lance Forman, says: 

“The Queen’s 90th birthday is a time for the whole nation to celebrate, and what better way to do that than with Forman’s Royal Rose Hamper. There’s no doubt in my mind that British food has come of age and here we have compiled a hamper with the very best of British food and the very best of English wine..” 

The Royal Rose Hamper, £59.90, comes carefully hand packed in a sleek, black presentation box and contains:

Forman’s Grade One “Royal Fillet” of Smoked Salmon 400g

Forman’s’London Cure’ Royal Fillet is made in their East End smokehouse. The Royal Fillet is the’fillet steak’ of smoked salmon – boneless, succulent, full of flavour and fit for a Queen. Forman’s customers have described the Royal Fillet not just as the finest smoked salmon they have ever eaten, but the finest food they have ever eaten. 

Chapel Down Rose Brut 75cl

Produced in Kent, from Pinot Noir grapes it’s a delicate pale-peach colour with aromas of fresh strawberries and raspberries, with background notes of toasty shortbread. It has a fine creamy mousse and a rich dry finish, making it the perfect celebration drink.                                                            

Celebrate with food fit for the Queen with Forman & Field’s gourmet diary:

The hamper will provide majestic fare for any home across Britain and is available for home delivery up to the end of June.  

Ideal for your monarchist friends, elderly relatives, birthdays, or just a great British excuse for a celebration, indulge in the hamper alongside these monumental events:

12th-15th May: The Pageant celebrations will be taking place throughout the capital and in Windsor, so why not throw your own garden party.

11th June: The Birthday Parade at Horse Guards isn’t to be missed. Toast the Queen’s official birthday march.

12th June: The Queen will attend the Patron’s Lunch so it’s a day set for street parties across the UK.