Five Luxury Gifts for Food Lovers

Five Luxury Gifts for Food Lovers (Image: Wikimedia)Since most high-end foods have to be shipped fresh or overnight, they make the perfect last-minute holiday gift, and if you’re feeling indulgent, what could be a better gift?

 

Petrossian Caviar’s Petit Petrossian: This sampler of seven individual servings of Alverta caviar is perfect for sharing with your friends or family this holiday—or for keeping all to yourself. $395, petrossian.com

 

Primize Importer’s Trenette with Fresh White Truffles Kit: Fresh trenette-shaped pasta (a flat style similar to linguine) is even better topped with white truffle oil, white truffle butter, or best of all, fresh shaved truffles. $347.96, primiziefinefoods.com

 

Zingerman’s Holiday Cheese Course Gift Box: Small producers from all over the US and Europe are represented in this diverse but accessible cheese sampler, featuring three pounds of full-size cheeses plus accompanying delicacies. $200, zingermans.com

 

Zabar’s Is New York Box: A taste of New York in one delicious box packed full of goodies ranging from fresh bagels and knishes to savory smoked meats and coffee, to black and white cookies and rugelach. $229, zabars.com

 

See’s Candies Chocolate Sampler Pack: Our meal isn’t complete without something sweet, and chocolates from See’s Candies are an amazing seven pounds of chocolate, toffee, peppermints, and more. $123, sees.com

 

 

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