in The Savory Pantry
Gifting in great taste for boss and bestie, mom and mother-in-law, hosts and neighbors is easy at any price point. Our holiday gift guide has tasty selections for everyone on your list in ready categories like Gifts for the Office, Gifts for Him, Gifts for the Hosts, Gifts for the Cocktail Enthusiast, and more. Caffeinate them with our Coffee Connoisseur Gift, warm them with our Hot Toddy Gift Set, or melt their hearts with our Brie Baker. Can’t find the perfect combination? Reach out to us and we’ll help you create a custom gift! Not sure what they’d like best? A Savory Pantry eGift Card lets them choose for themselves.
When it’s time for holiday cheer, why be boring with beer? Tis the season for cocktails that will add a sparkle to guests’ eyes. Visit our cocktail shop for many more products and recipes like our Spruced Up Old Fashioned (made with The Hudson Standard’s Spruce Shoot Bitters, Cranberry Old Fashioned (made with Fee Brothers Whiskey Barrel-Aged Bitters and Bees Knees Spicy Honey), Kicking Mule (just bourbon, lime juice, and Pink House Alchemy Mexican Chili Syrup), and a long list of others to help Santa’s elves do good work.
Our Featured Producer:
New England Cranberry
With the goal of creating innovative, natural, healthful, and exciting cranberry products, New England Cranberry is a family business making tasteful use of Massachusetts’ native crop. For 25 years, the same recipe has served as the company’s cornerstone: Colonial Cranberry Sauce was developed from a recipe used during the American Colonial era.
In all their products, New England Cranberry uses whole berries to ensure maximum health benefits of this tart, tasty superfood. Try their Cranberry Bog Honey, a gift from bees that buzz around New England cranberry blossoms; Cranberry Chutney, made with fruit, walnuts, and a touch of vinegar; and Cranberry Pepper Jelly, “spicy but not too hot,” that will transform your turkey sandwiches and pairs perfectly with creamy cheeses.
Enjoy these fruitful New England Cranberry products on your holiday table, and read our “Meet the Maker” interview with owner Allison Goldberg on our Taste.Savor.Share Blog.