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Mother’s Day is right around the corner, so we’ve rounded up some gift ideas for the mom who likes anything from coffee and tea to wine and cocktails.

Batch Cocktails: Make-Ahead Pitcher Drinks for Every Occasion
Perfect for anyone who loves to entertain, Maggie Hoffman’s new book features a carefully chosen selection of drinks that are easy to make ahead. $13, amazon.com

Imbibe Gift Subscription
Give mom the gift that lasts all year long: A subscription to Imbibe! Right now a 1-year gift subscription is only $18 each (normally $22). Plus, we’ll include a free download of our Low-Alcohol Cocktail Recipes, perfect for your next brunch! $18, imbibemagazine.com

Never Coffee Lab Flowers Blend
This lovely blend of African beans from Never Coffee Lab is bright and sunny, with citrus notes and a warm underlying current of milk chocolate. $18, nevercoffeelab.com

Pico Maccario Lavignone Rosato Piemonte 2018
From the heart of Piedmont’s Barbera d’Asti DOC, this rosato is made from 100% Barbera grapes. Expect flavors of tart fruit with a solid backbone of acidity and mineral finish. A versatile option for fans of rosé. $17, wine.com

Marble Glazed Tumblers
With a delicate swirl of black and white glaze on each clay vessel, these tumblers have all the elegance of marble, without the price tag. Made with a wabi sabi approach, each one is slightly different, making them extra special. $22, nicole-rhea.com

Cocktail Picks from Love & Victory
We partnered with Love & Victory on this special-edition set of cocktail picks, perfect for styling your favorite cocktails and keeping track of whose cocktail is whose at parties. Through Negroni Week, 10% of each sale will be donated to Wild Foundation, dedicated to protecting our planet’s wildlife and wild places. $24, imbibemagazine.com

T Project Strawberry Letter 23
Made from Kukicha green tea, corn kernels, strawberries, shiso and cherry blossoms, this low-caffeine blend is perfect for any time of the day. $24, tprojectshop.com

Cocktail Napkins
We collaborated with Dot & Army on these new limited-edition cocktail napkins. Exclusively sold by Imbibe, each set includes 4 linen-blend napkins with an embroidered Negroni. Through Negroni Week, 10% of each napkin sale will be donated to Surfrider Foundation, dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches. $32, imbibemagazine.com

Caledonia Spirits Barr Hill Gin
Gin’s most classic botanical, juniper, still takes the lead in this modern gin, but a thread of sweet honey added to the spirit before bottling is what makes it stand out. Try a few ounces in a Martinez or Bee’s Knees. $35, totalwine.com

Reclamation Etchworks Variance Decanter
Choose from one of many spirit names to have etched on these classy spirit decanters, or request a custom word to be printed onto the bottle shape of your choice. Made using repurposed glass bottles, they are an environmentally friendly and sophisticated addition to any home bar. $60, reclamationetchworks.com

Stoneware Coffee, Sugar, Tea Canisters
Every coffee or tea drinker needs a place to store their goods in style, and Food52 has that covered with these stoneware kitchen canisters. Each jar holds 25 ounces and features a scene of forest animals inspired by folktales from the mid-19th century. $64, food52.com

Elyx Mule Mug Set
The Moscow Mule has never looked as good as it does in these new custom copper mugs. Each mug is made of zinc and plated with copper. The best part? Through their partnership with Water For People, every set sold provides access to one week of safe water to someone in need. $79, elyxboutique.com

Beauty Tea Pot
With a delicate shape that’s partially made by hand and then pressed into a mold, these clay teapots are made to complement an array of tea varieties. $100, songtea.com

The Citizenry Barista Set
This set of four espresso cups and pourer is hand-thrown and glazed in Dublin and brings some extra style to your morning coffee ritual. $135, the-citizenry.com

Charlevoix Wine Set
Bypass traditional wine glassware for this gorgeous porcelain set from Corbé. Inspired by 1940’s design, the set is named for a lake in Michigan. $165, corbecompany.com

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