Gifting has always been the heart and soul of the festive season. Exchanging gifts on the festivals of Dussehra and Diwali has been a time-tested tradition. Any gift received or offered on Diwali is blissful, especially exchanging Indian sweetmeats.

As a customary tradition and to wish patrons luck and prosperity in the coming days, chefs at Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru have curated selections of sweet treats. A bouquet of three festive hampers replete with goodies is up for sale until Diwali.


  • Sapphire – In beautiful festive packaging, this hamper is an elegant offering of crisp, cardamom flavoured nankhatai cookies, macarons, Indian mithais and savouries such as namakpara, festive gujiyas, selection of teas, and a decorative diya. The Sapphire Hamper is priced at INR 3000 + taxes.
  • Emerald – With a grand selection of cookies, handcrafted macarons, gourmet Indian mithai range, loose leaf teas, and a beautiful terracotta diya, an emblem of Diwali, this box has a veritable hallmark of quality about it. A locally inspired Karnataka banana cake, assorted Indian savouries such as methi mathi and namakpara along with the customary gujiya lend their own special touches. The Emerald Hamper is priced at INR 3750 + taxes.
  • Ruby – This opulent red leather hamper is the perfect gifting option for those who wish to make a statement this Diwali. Replete with delicious cookies, macarons in delicious flavours such as Chennai filter coffee, rose and Kerala coconut, the season’s staple gujiya, selection of mithais and savouries such as methi mathi and namakpara, collection of loose-leaf teas, a bottle of lush red wine, and a handpainted terracotta diya. The veritable winner as a gifting option. The Ruby Hamper is priced at INR 6000 + taxes.

Gift Boxes

A blend of hand-crafted traditional Indian mithais and macarons with local infusions can be curated in assorted gift-ready boxes. Choose from well-loved Indian confections such as kaju khas khas roll, gulkand peda or a decadent mawa dry fruit glory. Light and airy macarons with local infusions of rose, coconut or coffee make for indulgent treats.

Retail details:

  • Box of nankhatai cookies (cardamom flavour), 200 g: INR 450
  • Season’s staple gujiya, 200 g: INR 500
  • Karnataka banana cake, 500 g:  INR 650
  • Box of artisanal macarons, 6 pcs: INR 600 (Dharwad rose, Chennai filter coffee, Kerala coconut)
  • Methi mathi and namakpara (Indian savouries), 200 g: INR 500
  • Box of handcrafted mithai, 9 pcs: INR 600

Guests who wish to place an order for these Diwali hampers can get in touch on 7619146004. All orders must be placed 24 hours prior.

  • Venue: CUR8, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru
  • Dates: October 1, 2021 onwards
  • Prices: Start at INR 450 + taxes

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