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This holiday season is nearly upon us, so it’s time to turn to our annual gift guides for a little shopping inspiration. Pick up a copy of the November/December 2016 issue to find fun gift ideas suited to all budgets, and then check out our extra suggestions below. From stocking stuffers like canned cocktails and cute tea towels to big-ticket items like box sets of wine and custom-designed corkscrews, whether you’re shopping for a cocktail geek, coffee enthusiast or beer lover, our holiday gift guides have you covered.

Stocking Stuffers

Hochstadter’s Slow and Low Rock & Rye
The new cans of Slow and Low are a fun way to spread cocktail cheer this holiday season. Great for fans of the Old Fashioned or Manhattan, the historic recipe is made with rye whiskey, naval oranges, honey, Angostura bitters and rock candy. $5 each,

Urban Accents Cider Mulling Spice
This spice mix will brighten up even the simplest batch of cider (or glass of wine), with cinnamon, orange, lemon, star anise, vanilla and other traditional mulling spices. $10,

Topperfino Chocolate Discs
Inspired by the patterns and symmetries of latte art, these delicious drink toppers are available in an array of colors and patterns. The best part? When they melt, rich chocolatey goodness infuses each drink. $14,

Plum Tree Jam Rosy Quince Jam
Former Imbibe staffer Miranda Rake set out to capture the bright flavor and aromas of quince in this seasonal jam. With a profile that features quince, cane sugar, lemon juice, Stonebarn Brandyworks Quince Liqueur, rose water and orange blossom water, it’s a fragrant, memorable blend that’ll stuff a stocking or two with ease. $14,

$25 and Under

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Gingiber Tea Towels
Screen-printed with eco-friendly inks, these playful tea towels are a great addition to any kitchen or home bar. $18,

Nachtmann Highland Tumblers
Available in four colors—smoke, aqua, amber and reseda (green)—these cut-crystal tumblers come from venerable glassmakers Riedel. With a heavy base and Art Deco feel, they’re perfect for dressing up a dram of scotch on the rocks. $20 each or $40 for set,

Maple Bottle Rocks
Inspired by the jagged geometries of crystal geodes, no two reuseable cork bottle stoppers were cut exactly the same. Handmade from maple and cork, they’re fun to look at, and effortless to re-cork open wine bottles. $22,

American Juice Company Gift Set
Ideal for spiking with vodka, rum or whiskey, these pre-mixed juice blends are fresh, vibrant and easy for home bartenders to use. The holiday gift set comes with four of the core blends from the company, meaning you can make about 12 cocktails with nothing more than a quick shake. $25,

Luxardo Bitter Bianco
For fans of the White Negroni, Luxardo has released a bitter bianco that’s primed for mixing into the classic framework. It also tastes splendid on a few ice cubes, with notes of softly sweet candied orange, floral elderflower and an underlying current of subtle bitter roots. $25,

$50 and Under

Anvil Leather Tray
For the host that loves to entertain, the tanned leather tray from Anvil brings a little rustic swagger to the party. Hand-cut, stained and burnished, these trays are made to last. $35,

Optimist Tumbler
Spread that “glass half full” mentality with this collaboration tumbler from Pigeon Toe Ceramics and illustrator Shanna Murray. The hand-thrown, 8 oz. porcelain mug is smooth and easy to hold, and let’s face it—who can’t use a little boost of optimism? $48,

Irving Farm Gift Subscription 
Give the gift of fresh coffees with the recently revamped subscription service from Irving Farm. Choose between weekly, bi-weekly or monthly offerings, and single-origins ($37) or blends ($35). $35-37,

Crafthouse by Fortessa Mixing Glass
Renowned barkeep Charles Joly teamed up with Fortessa to design a signature line of bar tools, including this crystal mixing glass. $45,

Mazama Crater Lake Mug
Inspired by Oregon’s pristine Crater Lake, these stackable mugs from Mazama Wares (read more about the company here) have a wide surface area, making them perfect for everything from hot tea to lattes. $46,

SaloonBox Curated Cocktails
Give the gift of ongoing cocktail fun with recipes and smallbatch ingredients from across the country via SaloonBox’s subscription services. Each month the company will ship two recipes and everything you need to bring them to life, including top-shelf spirits. Each box includes the makings for four cocktails. $38,

Sempli Monti-Flute Champagne Glasses
To keep bubbles crisp and effervescent, this glass was designed by Daniele ‘Danne’ Semeraro with a flat base to deter swishing and swirling. Sets come with two glasses, each holding about 8 ounces of your favorite bubbly. $50 for a set,

$100 and Under

Elyx Copper Gnome Gift Set
Everyone needs a gnome in their home, especially one this beautiful. This gift set includes a copper gnome drinking vessel, a copper straw and a cocktail recipe booklet and, best of all, through a partnership between Absolut Elyx and Water For People, every gift set sold provides one month of safe water to someone in need. $100, elyxboutiquecom

RBT Beer Growler
This double-walled growler from RBT comes in a matte black with hand-finished metal touches for an elevated design. The vessel holds 64 ounces of beer, and the lid clips to the neck so you don’t have to worry about misplacing it after fills. $60,

Nikka Single Malts
Two new expressions launched from the venerable Yoichi distillery in Japan this fall. Both presented without age statements, the Miyagikyo Single Malt (aged in new American oak, used bourbon oak and sherry casks, among others) offers a savory, peaty character, while the Yoichi Single Malt is bright, briny and fruity. $80,

Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill Olive Wood
Grind beans in style with this beautiful burr grinder. Nestled inside a ceramic hopper with an olive wood base, the contrast of high design and natural aesthetics makes for a timeless combination. $93,

$100 and Over

Argyle The Art of Sparkling Box Set
The culmination of Argyle’s partnership with the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA), this is a special limited-edition set of Vintage Brut with three art labels designed by Argyle scholarship recipients. The set includes one bottle of each image and is packaged in a custom box, complete with profiles of the artists. $100 for a 3 bottle set,

SAVED Wines Corkscrew by Scott Campbell
This solid brass T-handle cork pull was designed by tattoo artist and SAVED Wines creator Scott Campbell. Etched with Campbell’s signature patterns, the corkscrew is a functional work of art. $125. On sale Friday,


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