For the savoury lovers, then I like the olive set with star shaped bowl. Green and black olives, plus cocktail sticks: all you need is martini and you’ve got a party in a box.
The dip oil set is eyecatching, not to mention some tasty flavours. Porcini mushroom and white balsamic vinegar sounds like a step up from the usual.
If you need a sweet treat for someone, then the Cut Honeycomb is unusual but useful. The only thing I can’t see from this is country of origin, as would prefer to know was supporting British honey production.
For a final sweet treat, then I would try Cherries in Kirsch. I think this is the sort of thing you rarely buy yourself, but is a bit of a rare treat when they are in the house.
There are some good housewares to choose from too, and the benefit of Heal’s is that they are not on every high street, so your gift is somewhat more unusual. Even better though, get out and support a really local supplier of these things, just this is a good back up if time is short.