Juniper berries, orange peel, and coriander give this small-batch Oregon gin a distinct floral aroma. The old-school label and wax-sealed top add rustic charm.To buy: $36 for one 750-ml bottle, at drinkupny.com.
The upscale San Francisco popcorn now sells fun Pop-It-Yourself kits. This one comes complete with two pounds of organic kernels, seasoning salt, black truffle oil, and elegant paper cones for serving. Also check out the Sweet and Savory option.To buy: $45, at 479popcorn.com.
Whole garlic cloves and fresh dill give these extra-crunchy spears a bold, fresh flavor. Bonus: The leftover brine makes a delicious addition to a Bloody Mary.To buy: $10.50 for one 32-ounce jar, at deananddeluca.com.
These delicate rose-colored crystals brighten any food they touch. Use as a coarse finishing salt or use in a grinder for everyday seasoning.To buy: $12 for one 5-ounce jar, at shopterrain.com.
A buttery, rich toffee filling and thick coat of creamy Belgian chocolate make these almond-studded logs pure perfection.To buy: $10 for 3 bars, at woodhousechocolate.com.
The only guide to mixing drinks that you’ll ever need: Known as the “Bible of Booze,” this cocktail encyclopedia houses more than 1,500 recipes, from classics to novel concoctions. Cheers to that!To buy: $15, at amazon.com.
Not your average brownie, these fudgy bars have moist centers and flaky tops, just like homemade. Fill a sampler with unexpected, delicious flavors like pretzel, Oreo, and more.To buy: $35 for 4 brownies, at ellensbrownies.com.
From British foodie Jamie Oliver’s new line of condiments: a delicious, slather-it-on-everything sweet and hot mustard. Green jalapeños give the spread an unexpected but welcome heat.To buy: $14 for one 8.3-ounce jars, at williams-sonoma.com.
A retro, clean design makes this glass tool a classy gift for any host. Monogram it for an added touch.To buy: $29 (plus $6.50 for monogramming), at potterybarn.com.See all Daily Finds from this month