Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2018

Another Mother’s Day is approaching, which means we’ve got another gift guide filled with good ideas.

Puerh Jam Session Tea
This bold, earthy blend of Puerh—a fermented tea produced in Yunnan province of China—is livened up with a citrusy mix of lemon and orange peels, pineapple and peach pieces. $10, goodearth.com

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Rosé
If your mom loves a good pink wine, this release from France sings with red fruit flavors and finishes nice and dry. $13, binnys.com

Level Champagne Glasses
These new flutes from Crate & Barrel are made of break-, chip- and scratch-resistant glass so mom can sip in style for years to come. $13.95 per glass, crateandbarrel.com

Pink Champagne Glycerine Soap
Hailing from Cumberland, Maine, these soaps are made with a 100% vegetable base, and they smell absolutely delightful. $14, warymeyers.bigcartel.com

Tequila Lime and Hibiscus Pâtes de Fruits
San Francisco’s Recchiuti Confections teamed up with Steven Smith Teamaker and 123 Tequila to make these cocktail-esque confections. Made with organic blanco tequila and lime or hibiscus, they’re just as delicious as drinking a cocktail. $16, 8 pieces, www.recchiuti.com

Traverse City Cocktail Cherries
Perfect in a Manhattan, these plump cocktail cherries are sourced from orchards in Michigan, where the whiskey used for macerating the fruits is also created. They’re sublimely sweet with a hint of woody whiskey flavor. $16, tcwhiskey.com

Imbibe Subscription
Give mom the gift that lasts all year long with a subscription to Imbibe! Gift subscriptions are only $18 each. Plus, we’ll include a free copy of our Favorite DIY Recipes for Spring! $18, imbibemagazine.com

Grounded: The Fundamentals of Brewing a Delicious Cup of Coffee
Compiled by barista and Houndstooth Coffee head trainer Gregory Alford, this is a stylish guide to brewing the best cup of coffee possible at home. In addition to notes on how to find great coffee and useful brewing tools, the book also includes step-by-step instructions for brewing. $28, amazon.com

ESPRO Ultralight Travel Press
The newest model from ESPRO is a French press that makes quality coffee or tea anytime, anywhere. The double micro-filter helps keep the drinks grit-free, and weighing just 9.5 oz., the stainless steel bottle is super light and easy to tote around. $35, espro.ca

Set of Coasters
These mixed-media coasters are begging to make mom’s next drink look as good as it tastes. $40, shop.nordstrom.com

Ovalware Cold Brew Maker
The cold-brew craze isn’t slowing down anytime soon, so why not have the best tools on hand? This cold-brew maker has extra-thick glass walls and holds 51 oz. of liquid. Not a coffee drinker? The vessel can also be used to make tea or infuse alcohol with any number of ingredients. $40, bespokepost.com

Wolf Ceramics Turquoise Stripe Mug
Oregon-based maker Sarah Wolf makes an array of beautiful ceramics, including these hand-thrown mugs. With a satin white glaze and turquoise underglaze, they’re safe to put in a dishwasher, but hand-washing will ensure they stay perfect for ages. $42, wolfceramics.com

Don Ciccio & Figli Cerasum Cherry Aperitivo
Made from Michigan cherries and blossoms from Virginia, this bittersweet aperitif straddles the line between classic Italian bitter and sweet cherry liqueur. It’s delicious sipped over ice but even better matched with sparkling water. $46 mouth.com

Elyx Deluxe Martini Kit
Absolut Elyx is known for their gorgeous copper drinking vessels and tools, and this limited-edition mixing set includes a Boston shaker, strainer and coupes, all made of stainless steel, plated in copper and polished by hand. $299, www.williams-sonoma.com

Yoshihiro Nishiyama Pitcher
Bring a little zen into your pouring ritual with this glass pitcher from Roman & Williams Guild in New York. $300, rwguild.com