Luxury Food Gifts Under $50 Guide
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Are you looking for a luxurious gift for someone special, but you don’t want to spend and arm and a leg? Finding the perfect luxury food gift doesn’t have to be difficult if you know where to look. I’ve gathered 10 unique and luxurious food gifts in a Luxury Food Gifts Under $50 Gift Guide that’s sure to please the most discriminating on your gift list. Not only are they gifts for the most discerning, but they’re also clutter-free and consumable.
I enjoy giving clutter-free gifts that can be consumed because I know they won’t end up on a shelf unused and collecting dust. Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your gift list is easy with this Luxury Food Gifts Under $50 Gift Guide that’s sure to please even the most discriminating on your gift list.
Luxury Food Gifts Under $50
Gifts Under $20
Hand-dipped Chocolate Macadamia Nuts – Hawaiian macadamia nuts are treasured by gourmet food lovers. Macadamia nuts grown in Hawai’i are a true taste of the tropics. These hand-selected macadamia nuts are the largest that are dry roasted and then hand-dipped in dark, creamy semi-sweet chocolate.
Wood’s Vermont Syrup Co.: Pure Vermont Maple Syrup – The Wood family has been making pure maple syrup in Vermont for five generations. Now Albee Wood has created a line of specialty flavored maple syrups you can use in new ways. Bake or grill with them, pour them on ice cream-even add them to cocktails. The innovative flavors and packaging make Wood’s syrups great gifts, too.
The Reluctant Trading Experiment: Salt & Pepper – Small Bundle – Region treasures to add distinction to your favorite dishes. Organic aromatic Tellicherry peppercorns are handpicked in the famous Wayanad pepper growing region of India and hand-harvested all natural salt from the Norwegian Sea.
Gifts Under $50
Chocolate Covered Logo/Photo Sugar Cookie Bouquet – These Photo Sugar Cookies are like no other; delicious almond sugar cookies are freshly baked to order.
Each cookie is covered in white chocolate or summer safe icing with your edible logo or photo applied and sprinkles* of your choice. Each 2.5″ by 2.5″ cookies is individually wrapped and presented in a beautiful cookie bouquet with matching satin ribbon.
Pure Ground Vanilla Bean Powder – 1 oz. – Fresh Madagascar vanilla beans are ground into a fine powder and make for an easy way to spice things up. Sustainably grown, Fair Trade vanilla beans provide a deep, rich, and full flavor. Enhance food and beverages without adding any unwanted alcohol or sugar.
Savannah Bee: Honeycomb Acacia Tray, 12 oz – Acacia honey is one of the most sought after honey varieties in the world. Acacia honey sits at the pinnacle of the honey world and is well-loved for its nearly water-white/gold color, mild taste, incredible clarity, and the slow rate of crystallization.
Andrews & Dunham: Damn Fine Teas – Choice of 3 – Premium custom-blend teas from China and India, blended in the USA. Loose tea in giftable metal tins. You choose three from the following four choices:
- Carävan: Custom blended black tea. Sourced from China and India
- Assam: Black tea. Sourced from India
- Double Knit Blend: Custom blended black tea. Sourced from China and India
- Mount Gray: Black tea flavored with Bergamot oil
Harbor Sweets: Handmade Chocolates – A 24-piece set of the candy-maker’s classic sailboat-shaped almond butter crunch pieces covered in white & dark chocolate. Contains pecans. Made in the USA.
I’m sure you found just the right gift in this Luxury Food Gifts Under $50 Gift Guide, but if you didn’t a Hawaiian Kona coffee gift card is always a great choice.
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There are so many things I want on this list! I am checking out the gourmet teas and the honey. Thanks for the great ideas!