The Rose Edition

The Rose Edition is a true celebration of British producers.

 Perfectly paired, this is the ultimate night in with artisan products and tasting notes. You’re going to love it!

We founded The Deli Society sitting around a table of wine, cheese and charcuterie with our family. 

We were having such a good time and we thought we could use our many years of connections across different producers in the UK and Europe to bring those good times to other households.

This box is the epitome of that and we hope you love it.

Josh & Harry


Wine Tasting

How to taste wine

Wine Tasting

How To Taste Wine


Ortega Rosé 2020 - Westwell Wines


Westwell Wine Estate

Cheese 1

Quicke's Double Devonshire Clothbound

Cheese 2

Lincolnshire Poacher

Cheese 3

Organic Cotswold Brie

Cheese 4

Drunken Burt

Cheese 4 - Blue Alternative



British Salami


Lavender Milk Chocolate

Travel Guide

We may be biased but we think London is the best city in the world. New York has nothing on us! Whatever you’re looking for in a city, London will be able to provide. Whether it’s cheap food markets or eye-watering overpriced novelties (Salt Bae geezer), bars, museums or parks, London has it in abundance.

Talking of parks, did you know that London is in fact a forest. The amount of greenery and green space you can enjoy in London is enormous. So much so, in fact, that the density of trees it has per square mile qualifies it as a forest per the United Nations definition.

Treehouse Hotel: This stylish, fun spot is located in Marylebone with views overlooking The Shard, Canary Wharf and Regents Park. Even better is has a rooftop terrace to appreciate it all from.

Madera at Treehouse: Convenience is key. We’d normally recommend getting away from hotel breakfasts but what better way to start your day than with Mexican food and a view of the city? We recommend the chorizo bowl..obviously.

Regents Canal: Head to Kings Cross for a waterside stroll or cycle down Regents Canal, taking you right up to Camden Market. Boat moorings and heritage buildings galore.

The Coffee Jar: A local favourite due to it’s charming reputation. Small, cosy, welcoming and importantly serving delicious coffee by people who genuinely care.

The Spaniards Inn: One of the oldest and most famous traditional pubs in London, located in Hampstead (nice and easy from Camden). The beer garden is perfect for both winter and summer, as well as pints, scotch eggs and if you’re there on a Sunday, obviously a roast.

Hampstead Heath: Work off those lunchtime beers with a stroll through the beautiful, famous greenery Hampstead Heath has to offer. If you’re brave enough, take a dip in the outdoor pools.

Trullo: Staying put in North, Trullo is plotted just by Highbury and Islington station. Pasta, pasta, pasta. Expect a simple, seasonally focused menu which changes daily (so you’ll have to go back). Wash it down with an Italian wine of your choice and finish off with a negroni.

The Bar with No Name: Keeping it close to dinner, this neighborhood cocktail bar boasts 1940’s/1950’s “Film Noir” references in settings, style and scene. Perfect to sign the night off. Proper speakeasy vibes.