Luxe Wine Gift

Luxe Wine Gift

$ 130.00

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Artisan Handblown Wine Glass

Artisan Handblown Wine Glass

Gray Salt Caramels Signature Gift Box - 20 pc

Seattle Cocktails

Seattle Cocktails

$ 79.00

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The Canon Cocktail Book

Maraschino Cherries

Stemless Martini Glass

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Seattle Whiskey Set

Seattle Whiskey Set

$ 60.00

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Soapstone Whiskey Cubes

Seattle Map Rocks Glass

Seattle Map Rocks Glass

Gilded Smoke Whiskey Lover's Gift Set

Gilded Smoke Whiskey Lover's Gift Set

$ 377.00

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Handblown Whiskey Decanter

Metallic Leather Coasters

Handblown Whiskey Glass - Diamond

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Raise A Pint

Raise A Pint

$ 135.00

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Hardwood Organics Coasters, Set of 6

Illustrated Seattle Playing Cards

Seattle Map Pint Glass

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Whiskey Business Gift Set

Whiskey Business Gift Set

$ 290.00

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Handblown Whiskey Decanter

Handblown Whiskey Glass - Diamond

Handblown Whiskey Glass - Diamond

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Spirits of Seattle

Spirits of Seattle

$ 98.00

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Gold Cocktail Shaker

The Canon Cocktail Book

Measured Double Jigger - Gold Finish

The Best Seattle Gift Sets

We have a saying around here: “when it comes to gifts made in Washington, there’s more to ‘local’ than salmon in a box.” In fact, if you truly want to find the best gifts from Seattle and appreciate the Pacific Northwest’s culture of local craftsmanship, take a few tips from our intrepid gift-spotters who know where to find the most unique regional treasures. 

Tip 1: Mix classics with new discoveries.

The best Seattle gift sets include a mix of classic Washington brands such as Tom Douglas, Fran's Chocolates, Chukar Cherries or Seattle Chocolates with and up-and-coming new finds such as Molly Moon, Oula or Intrigue. In this way you're giving a combination of what people expect from a Seattle gift (what, no coffee?) while still exposing them to the dynamic climate of entrepreneurship Seattle is known for. 

You might be surprised to learn just how passionate we can get about our local offerings. It’s not just that we pride ourselves in knowing about anything and everything made within a 50 mile radius of the Space Needle--it’s that we take care to connect with craftspeople who are passionate about the “locavore” experience, be it in their small island town just outside of Seattle, or their bustling neighborhood in Capitol Hill (just blocks from our own office!).

There are the independent artisans (like Greg Clark of Decicio Glass), scrappy business partners Justin Hoffman and Bryan Mitchiner, the folks behind Mustard and Co.), and family-run companies (like Wild Things Chocolate-Dipped Almonds by mother-daughter team Val and Breezy Griffith) whose products we combine to make memorable gifts.

Tip #2: Give them something permanent to remember the gift

Food items are a fabulous choice when sharing the Seattle experience with someone else.  But you can prolong your lucky recipient's enjoyment of the gift by including something they can use and remember long after the goodies have been consumed. 

This is where a theme comes in handy:

  • Giving a coffee-themed gift?  Pair Cafe Vita or Caffe Umbria coffees with to-go tumblers from Seattle-based Miir and not only will your recipient remember your gift for years, you'll also be contributing to water conservation projects around the world. 
  • How about a leisurely Sunday breakfast which pairs the famous Salish Lodge pancake mix and Woodinville Whiskey maple syrup with a flapjacks kitchen towel they'll dig out for weekends to come.
  • Or a backyard grill gift set that combined delicious rubs from Tom Douglas, and BBQ sauce from Pike Brewing Company, with a famous Pike Place Market Cookbook

When we think of souvenirs past, we think of three possible examples: elaborate works of art that looked SO good in the artist’s studio through your vacation goggles but now seem ridiculous at home, logo-plastered trinkets from a tourist attraction gift shop, or generic items with the word Seattle on them snatched up at the airport on your way out of town. You'll find none of that here, just honest-to-goodness useful items made by artisans we know and support personally. 

Tip 3: Make it as original as you are.

The absolute best Washington gift idea we have for you? Shop like the locals, but without all the traffic. 

  • One option is to customize any of our expert Seattle Gift Sets: it's easy, just add and delete until the gift reflects your personal touch. 
  • Our Seattle Gourmet Gift Builder allows you to build your custom gift from scratch, selecting exactly what you want.  Simply browse, click and check out -- we'll do all the running around for you!

Inspired yet? Consider us your secret resource for the most compelling Washington-inspired gifts.  

Still Stumped? Contact our Concierge.