These Edible Gifts Are a Delicious Delight

Give a taste of the good life.

July 1, 2022

As delicious as they are eye-catching (trust us—we tried them all!), these giftable delights will elevate everything from breakfast to cocktail hour to midnight snacking.

  • A solid chocolate that recalls a certain chocolate hazelnut spread, the Gianduiotto 100g, crafted by a Milanese bakery founded in 1824, is shockingly even more delicious. 20€, pasticceriamarchesi.com.

  • Delightfully smooth and aromatic Japanese Earl Grey Tea pairs leaves grown by a tenth-generation farmer in Japan with organic bergamot oil from Italy. $60, flamingoestate.com

  • Preserved Lemons add tart-but-mellow zing to pastas, tagines, spritzers, and more. $20, bellacucina.com 

  • The rich, even taste of Laurel & Ash Farm’s Amber Maple Syrup can be enjoyed on more than just pancakes—try a drizzle on ice cream or yogurt. $22, laurelandash.farm

  • Brins’s Strawberry Lemongrass Spread puts an unexpected twist on a classic pantry staple. $10, brinsjam.com

  • Westwind Orchard uses honey from their own hives to make this Honey Apple Cider Vinegar. $16, westwindorchard.com.

  • Artful wrapping and offbeat flavors like Yuzu Caramel make andSons’ Signature 4pc Party Favor a memorable take-home treat. $18, and-sons.com

  • Coffee is sourced from different regions throughout the year to ensure that smooth, balanced Owl’s Howl Espresso contains only freshly harvested beans. $18, sightglasscoffee.com

  • Fantastic with seltzer or champagne, spicy, just-slightly-sweet C. Cassis Liqueur is made with green cardamom, bay leaf and lemon verbena. $29, ccassis.com

  • We like to drizzle a bit of this orange-scented Infused Honey by Nicolas Vahé over toast, aged cheese, fresh fruit—basically, everything. $28, audreyclairecork.com

  • From a 104-year-old family farm, organic Sicilian Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Baroncini is rich and buttery with a bitter, spicy kick. $60, bestsicily.com

  • Sprinkle Nordur Salt’s delicate, crisp Arctic Sea Salt Flakes on salad, eggs, or roasted vegetables (after cooking, not during!) to become an instant salt snob. $16, goop.com