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While the holidays might not look or feel the same this year with everything going on, there’s still plenty of opportunity to bring some brightness to the season with one of these great gift ideas.

Stocking Stuffers Soap Distillery Bar Soap
These aromatic soaps manage to capture the essence of their namesake drinks with surprising accuracy. $8, soapdistillery.com

Barr Hill Raw Honey
Vermont distillery Caledonia Spirits makes a series of delightful gins with raw honey, which you can also buy in its pure form. With a bright and floral flavor, it’s the key to a good Bee’s Knees, but also tastes great added to a cup of tea or hot toddy. $12, barrhill.square.site

Kyoto Bamboo Matcha Ladle
For all your matcha measuring needs, these elegant bamboo ladles come in two colors. An easy way to upgrade your daily tea ritual. $14, toirokitchen.com

Pitchfork Ice Pick
With a durable wooden handle and three super sharp prongs, this ice pick will make breaking down large blocks a total breeze. $19.99, cocktailkingdom.com

Cocktail Picks
We partnered with Love & Victory on this set of four colorful cocktail picks, perfect for styling your favorite cocktails. $24, shopimbibemagazine.com

$25 and Under Simplicité Syrups
Perfect for seasonal sipping, the cocktail syrups from Chicago bar industry veteran Revae Schneider bring an elegant sweetness to the glass. For the holiday season, the winter spice lends a warm bouquet of baking spice to everything from toddies to Old Fashioneds. $15.95, simpliciteco.com

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Fusion Verjus Blanc
Common in the culinary world, verjus (the tart juice of unripe wine grapes) has found a place within cocktails as a substitute for citrus juice in recent years, thanks to its searingly bright acidity. $19.95, rareteacellar.com

Good Drinks
Writer Julia Bainbridge has assembled a smart collection of alcohol-free recipes from the country’s top bartenders, for times “when you’re not drinking for whatever reason” as the title suggests. $20, amazon.com

Art of Tea Gift Box
Give the gift of good tea with this lovely assortment of teabags from Art of Tea. $24, artoftea.com

$50 and Under Averell Damson Gin Liqueur
With a fresh new label design, Averell Damson Plum gin liqueur is a wonderfully tart addition to cocktails that call for sloe gin. $29.96, astorwines.com

A modern tool for brewing pour-over coffee, the melodrip allows for a precise pour of your morning coffee. $35, melodrip.co

Kirk & Sweeney 12-Year-Old Rum
Aged for twelve years in American oak casks, this Dominican rum is equally delicious sipped solor or mixed in cocktails. $35, caskers.com

Allegro Celebration Caffe Holiday Gift Set
This set includes an 8-oz. bag of Allegro’s Celebration Caffe and a handmade 16-oz. ceramic mug by Denver-based artist, Natalie Legg. $35, allegrocoffee.com

Faccia Brutto Fernet
From Brookyln-based Faccia Brutto, this New World Fernet offers the same complexity as other versions of the Italian amaro, but with a balance of sweetness and an approachable bitterness. $40, leonandsonwine.com

2020 Negroni Week Print
This special-edition print was created by artist Matty Newton to celebrate Negroni Week and honor the hospitality industry that has made the event a global phenomenon. $40, shop.imbibemagazine.com

Damilano Lecinquevigne Barolo
Made from Nebbiolo grapes sourced from five vineyards in the Langhe region of Italy, this sublime medium-bodied Barolo pits rich floral black cherry flavors and aromas against brooding leather ones. $45.99, totalwine.com

$100 and Under Amass Gin
Using botanicals native to California, including bay leaf and cascara sagrada, plus rich mushroom, fennel, long pepper, lime leaf and an array of citrus peels and other more traditional gin botanicals, this contemporary gin beautifully captures California terroir in the glass. $55, shop.amass.com

M&H Elements Sherry Cask Single Malt Whisky
With aromas of semi-sweet vanilla with leathery undertones, this sherry cask-aged whiskey from Tel Aviv distillery M&H is a pleasingly bright and smooth sipper, slightly fruity with buttery, toasty nuts, and the finish is deep oak and spice. $59.99, luekensliquors.com

Rialto Glass Coupe Set
With a shape inspired by the arches that adorn Venice’s Rialto bridge, these coupes will bring a bright pop of color to your next happy hour. $62, shopsirmadam.com

All Together Now Gift Box For times when you’re just not sure what gift to get someone, a meat and cheese board can be just the thing. This gift box from Chicago-based wine shop All Together Now features a primo selection of cheese, crackers, cured meats, and assorted sweet treats. $95, alltogethernow.fun

Keep-It-Carbonated Growler Kind of like your own personal tap, this travel-friendly growler comes with a built-in carbonation system so you can keep your beer, soda, or bubbly cocktail carbonated for up to two weeks. $99, food52.com

Over $100 ORCA Walker Grey Soft-Sided Cooler
With more people traveling by car these days, a top-notch drinks tote makes a perfect gift. This sturdy soft-sided cooler from ORCA features insulated inner walls that keep drinks cold for days. $179.99, orcacoolers.com

Ebony Muddler
In a fun fusion of music and cocktails, Standard Spoon teamed up with Taylor Guitars to craft this muddler out of ebony. With an ergonomic handle and plenty of character in the wood grain, it’ll make a beautiful addition to any bar tool kit. $200, standardspoon.com

Tina Frey Grey Large Ice Bucket
From San Francisco-based artist Tina Frey, this large ice bucket was hand-sculpted in clay before turned into a mold that’s cast in food-safe resin. A definite upgrade to your wine-chilling game. $265, marchsf.com

Leon Circle Natural Wine Club
Led by the owner of Leon & Son wine shop in Brooklyn, Leon Circle is a wine club that sends three low-intervention wines from around the world via mail once a month. With tasting notes included in each delivery that include pairing tips, fun facts, and recs for your next bottles, it’s a fun way to expand your wine education from the comfort of home. $75 a month, leoncircle.com

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