Holiday Gifts for the Foodie
Welcome to foodie heaven! The real estate agents at The Mazer Group love a good dish and a bottle of wine. So, they relished searching for unique, premium, and locally-made gifts to give to the foodies in our lives.
If you still are unsure after checking out their top pics? Help out a Boston restaurant and purchase a gift certificate for either yourself or someone else. In our eyes (and bellies), that is a win-win.
Hospitality Gift Certificates
Boston’s restaurant community is an important part of our economy and one that is greatly loved. Do some good while you knock gifts off your holiday list this year, and order gift certificates from some of our favorite spots.
Make tea time stylish (and soothing) with J’enwey Tea. Hand-crafted locally, the loose-leaf sampler ($29.95) and mug and strainer ($25.00) are the perfect gifts for the tea lover in your life. With flavors like Vanilla Almond Soufflé and Smoked Grapefruit, it’s no wonder you can find these sassy teas at high-end establishments like The Four Seasons.
Give the gift of indulgence with Island Creek Oysters Caviar and Oyster delivery. The Duxbury-based oyster purveyor and restauranteur safely ship these jewels of the sea starting with 30 g. of caviar and two dozen oysters for $140.00. Not enough? Just order more, and with fun upgrades like fresh lobster and scallops, you can’t go wrong! (Be sure to check out our next item as a complimentary item.
Do you know someone who would love the Island Creek Oyster and caviar delivery? Well, how about really razzle dazzling them by adding a Jill Rosenwald Caviar Tray ($290.00). We love the golden edge added to the classic blue and white print, but you can also choose from a few other colors. This woman-operated and Boston-based studio turns out so many stunning pieces; we suggest you take a stroll through their online store.
Foodies are definitely chocolate snobs. Can you blame them? If you’re going to do it, do it right! High-end and award-winning chocolatier Goodnow Farms, complete collection ($97.00) hits the yummy mark. Decadent and pure, these fine chocolates are made in Sudbury with all organic ingredients. We love the sentiment (and tasty results) of the company’s collaborations with other locally sourced foods.
Now, this is the gift that really keeps on giving. Starting at just $225.00 for three months and $810.00 for a full year, Formaggio Kitchen’s cheese of the month subscription would probably please even the non-foodie. More cheese? Um, of course! Yes, please!