Best Food & Drinks Gifts

We list the best food & drinks gifts as chosen by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post and many more. All products listed have at least a 4 out of 5 star customer rating, so you know you always buy a fabulous food & drinks gift.

4.8 Kuju Coffee

Kuju Coffee 10-Pack Pocket Portable One-Cup Pouches

Washington Post

“Adventure traveler and coffee snob? We have both of your personas covered. The cleverly designed single-serving packets attach to your mug, so you can drip coffee without extra gear. One caveat: You need boiled water, so choose your youth hostel or yurt wisely. The fair trade coffee is sourced from Thailand.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$22
4.8 True Cubes

True Cubes Clear Ice 4-Cube Tray

Washington Post

“A low-tech solution to making astonishingly clear ice at home: Simply fill the tray with hot tap water and 24 hours (or so) later, be rewarded with cubes that look straight out of a fancy cocktail bar.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$45
4.3 Maple Guild Syrup

Maple Guild Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Vermont Syrup

Washington Post

“Maple cream is rich and spreadable on toast or apple slices; silky bourbon barrel aged syrup is equally at home on pancakes or in cocktails; and maple vinegar adds a subtle sweet edge to salad dressings and pan sauces.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$13
4.6 The Neighborgoods Towels

The Neighborgoods Kitchen Flour Sack Towel

Washington Post

“Punny, two-pocket aprons in a sturdy poly-cotton blend and flour sack cotton dish towels with seasonal and practical prints are useful and cute, while a button four-pack with clever graphics makes the perfect stocking-stuffer.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$18
4.0 Lekue Lollipop Mold

Lekue 4 Unit Stackable Ice Lollipop Mold

New York Times

“Kids love ice pops, but not every freezer has room for sprawling, Gehry-esque molds. These Lékué containers stack on top of one another, so they take up very little space and are easy to fill, and a clear plastic lid keeps odors out.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$16
4.3 Tribest Slowstar

Tribest Slowstar Vertical Slow Juicer and Mincer

New York Times

“The juice-lover in your life will appreciate the cold-pressed elixir from the Tribest Slowstar. In our tests, we found the Tribest delivered higher yields of fresh juice from a large variety of vegetables, fruits, and greens.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$378