Happy Holidays. You’ve officially survived Thanksgiving and thats something to be proud of. We hosted our first Thanksgiving as new homeowners proud to finally have a dining room big enough to accommodate more than 4 people. It was a lot of work, but even more fun. And now we’re moving on to Christmas. To kick off the month of December I wanted to share an awesome stocking stuffer idea for the drinker and it’s our first but wont be our last stocking stuffer idea we share.
If you’re a bourbon fan this one’s for you. It’s a holiday gift set that combines Basil Hayden’s, a super-premium bourbon, and Quoddy, the Maine-based footwear brand with a century-old family tradition of shoemaking. They’ve come together create 100 limited edition gift sets for the upcoming holiday season, perfect for bourbon fans who appreciate handcrafted,
The Basil Hayden’s + Quoddy limited edition gift set brings to life what each brand is known for: American craftsmanship and style. Each gift set will feature four leather wrapped rocks glasses, artfully packaged in a handstitched leather gift box. A pair of custom, made-to-order co-branded Basil Hayden’s + Quoddy shoes will accompany each gift set, giving bourbon fans the opportunity to don their “drinking shoes” as they sip Basil Hayden’s Bourbon. The co-branded gift sets will be exclusively available for purchase at the Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Holiday Shop on Huckberry.com and will retail for $399.98.
In addition to selling the Basil Hayden’s + Quoddy limited edition gift sets, the “Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Holiday Shop” will also feature a curated collection of additional American-made home barware items, hand selected by Basil Hayden’s Cultural Blooodhound, Max Wastler, to provide bourbon fans with a one-stop shop for all of their home bar gift needs during the holiday season.
So um, yea, what are you waiting for? It’s got a hefty price tag I’ll admit, and we’ll be sure to have a few “more affordable” ideas headed your way soon but if you’ve got money to blow and a bourbon fetish or know someone that does, I’d strongly suggest making this happen.