Edinburgh business launches virtual Christmas party kits - here's what's inside

An Edinburgh company is selling kits designed for virtual office Christmas parties.

Published 22nd Oct 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

With many wondering what their annual work Christmas party will look like this year; one Edinburgh-based company has launched a virtual Christmas party kit - ideal for home-based office celebration.

With Zoom drinks replacing an after work pub trip now that many of us have been working from home for most of the year, CEC Catering if offering a solution to the office Christmas party this year.

The virtual Christmas party kit has been created by CEC-Catering, and each pack contains the key elements for the traditional office party:

  • A mini bottle of prosecco
  • A selection of party snacks
  • A festive party cracker
  • A photobooth prop for taking the ultimate selfie
  • A festive cocktail recipe with either a miniature bottle of gin or whisky
  • A recommended list of top tunes
  • A can of sparkling water for the morning after

Designed and created to put a bit of fun into the festive season, the packs are available to order for any size of business and will be delivered in time for a virtual work party.

Commenting on the launch, director Christopher Davidson said: “We understand how difficult 2020 has been, particularly for those that have had to quickly adapt to long-term working from home.

"Our festive party packs have been designed as a bit of fun; to allow teams to celebrate the festive season together, over a digital call. We hope that we’re able to put a bit of fizz into everyone’s celebrations and that everyone celebrates in style.”

How to order a kit

Party packs can be ordered online now and will be delivered in early December, in time for a digital work party.

Orders placed by Friday 13 November will secure an exclusive launch price of £22.50 (+VAT) per pack. From 14 November each pack will retail at £25 (+VAT).

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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