A Gift Guide for the Host
A stop on our room-to-room holiday gift guide, here are the best tidings to bring when visiting someone else's home.
Sweet Cow Hammonds Peppermint Stick Ice Cream ($4.75), Sweet Cow locations in Louisville, Denver Highlands, North Boulder, and South Boulder
Kate Spade All In Good Taste three-piece ice cream set ($40), macys.com
2012 Anemoi Iapyx dessert wine by Canyon Wind Cellars ($27.95), a late-harvest Pinot Gris from Palisade
Chocolove dark chocolate with almonds, toffee, and sea salt ($2.10); sold exclusively at Bayleaf, 1222 Pearl St., Boulder
Fruition Farms Dairy & Creamery Ricotta, Cacio Pecora, Shepherd’s Halo, and SheepSkyr cheeses ($6–$12 per ¼ pound); Mercantile Dining & Provision, The Truffle Cheese Shop, and Marczyk Fine Foods, Denver
Wooden cutting board ($63) by Carbondale craftsman David Rasmussen, comes in nine colors; davidrasmussendesign.com
Colorado bottle opener ($32); Show of Hands, Cherry Creek North
Funkwerks Tropic King Imperial Saison Ale (brewed using New Zealand Rakau hops), available in select Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins liquor stores; funkwerks.com
This Colorado-mountain bottle opener and artisanal beer from Fort Collins-based Funkwerks is an ideal twosome for anyone who loves a good brew. You’ll be invited back for years to come.
For more great home-inspired gift ideas, visit our Room-to-Room Holiday Gift Guide.