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The 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for Miami Food Lovers |

The 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for Miami Food Lovers

Believe it or not, the holiday season is upon us in Miami, and it’s time to start hunting for the perfect presents for the loved ones on the holiday list. So Eater Miami is here to help out with this handy, highly-curated, locally-focused holiday gift guide.

For the food-obsessed friends and family on the list, don’t bother with restaurant gift cards or a bottle of booze — instead, seek out items that offer unique tastes of the Sunshine State has to offer with sweets, drinks, homeware, books, and much more.

For even more ideas, peruse Eater’s national guide. Get a head start on those shopping lists and read on.

Maderia Cocotte’s Ceramic Pots

Chic and useful, these ceramic pots by Maderia Cocotte will look just as good on the kitchen counter as they will making a traditional holiday meal. Available in three sizes — 2 QT, 3.5 QT and 2-pack 0.5 QT — they offer the perfect variety for any cook on the holiday gift list. Price: $49.99 and up. Purchase here.

Miami Winter Coffee by Per’la Speciality Roasters

Winter is a bit of a foreign concept here in the Magic City, but that doesn’t stop local coffee brewers Per’la Speciality Roasters from getting inspired by the season for their latest blend. Called Miami Winter it’s a combination of coffees from Kenya and Ethiopia, with notes of orange, pineapple, and strawberry. Price: $22 a bag. Purchase here.

Food Tees from Martha of Miami

Celebrate Miami’s love of pastelitos, cafecitos and croquetas with Martha of Miami’s shirts and accessories. Available for women, men and even the little ones, the shirts are the perfect wardrobe piece for that delicious, gluttonous, only-in-Miami meal. Price: varies. Purchase here.

Champagne, Papi Truffles from Exquisito Chocolates

What’s more festive than champagne? How about chocolates with champagne? That’s the combo being offered by local chocolate company Exquisito Chocolates who’s Champagne, Papi truffles are made with 73 percent dark chocolate that is infused with Veuve Clicquot. Price: 6 for $12. Purchase here.

Baked Goods To-Go from Zak the Baker

Miami’s king of pastries — Zak Stern of Zak the Baker — is now selling his beloved pastries at five Whole Foods around the city in clever yet chic to-go packaging. All his bakery favorites like pies, cookies, cakes, granola and more and available for sale every Friday to Sunday. So now no one has an excuse to show up to a holiday party empty handed. Price: varies. Available for purchase at Whole Foods Coral Gables, South Beach, Downtown Miami, North Miami and Aventura.

Hot Sauce from Taquiza

Now taco lovers can have a taste of their favorite taqueria at home. South Beach’s Taquiza is now bottling up and selling it’s popular hot sauce in three different spice level — mild, medium and hot — to appease every palate and spice tolerance. Price: $8. Available for purchase at Taquiza.

JoJo Tea Club Membership

For the ultimate tea aficionado, subscribe them to JoJo Tea’s quarterly tea club. Every three months the lucky tea lover will receive seven different tea samples including single origin and herbal infusion varieties, a piece of tea-ware, a pass to the JoJo Tea Tasting room and special members only content. Price: $78. Purchase here.

Norman Van Aken’s Florida Kitchen Cookbook

One of Miami’s godfather’s of cuisine, Norman Van Aken, is not only back in Miami with a new Wynwood restaurant — but also has a new cookbook out as well. Called Norman Van Aken’s Florida Kitchen, it features a variety of Sunshine State inspired recipes like key lime beignets, Cuban sandwiches, and fish dip, along with interesting tidbits about Florida. Price: $25.51. Purchase here.

Miami Sticker Pins

Food emojis have officially come to life thanks to the team behind the Miami Sticker App. The app has partnered up with Dos Croquetas, Burger Beast and 305 Cafecito to create special croqueta, frita and watch pins that can be put on just about anything. Price: $10. Purchase here.

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