In partnership with Santa Teresa.
One of the best gifts you can give this year is the gift of being a memorable guest. From thoughtful barware to addictive snacks to a supreme-tasting rum, these items will help set the scene for a gorgeous, global holiday happening.
Santa Teresa’s elegant rums come from a single, 225-year-old family run estate in Venezuela. The spirit is aged for up to 35 years in oak bourbon barrels using an artisanal approach called the Solera method, wherein new batches are blended with previously aged rums and aged again together. The spirit is rich, smooth (no burning sensation!), dry, and perfect for sipping on the rocks or adding an unexpected twist to an Old Fashioned or Negroni. Make it bespoke: This exceptional rum can also include your personalized message on the label.
Make quite a toast with a set of elegant stemware — mouth-blown from lead-free crystal. Straight stems and slightly curved rims keeps cocktails colder longer and makes every sip taste like a celebration. This version was designed by Belgian fashion fave Ann Demeulemeester.
You’ll need a little nosh when those drinks are coming on strong. Specialty bites from artisanal purveyors are crispy, crunchy, salty, nutty, chewy, and sure to hit the spot.
When the guests clear out the snack box — you’ll know it’s time to thank your hosts with a snackable six-month subscription.
This marbled resin serving platter from Atlawa is made in Mexico and feels good to the touch.
This cheeky conversation-starter from Jonathan Adler is inspired by Eve (what goodies inside it will be too tempting to pass up?) and hand-cast in solid brass from a clay model made in Adler’s studio.
The ice bucket has smooth porcelain details with a navy leather trim and gold accents. The leather handle is removable, the tongs are metal, and the pair look appropriate in the center of the table.
No one will even think of clearing the dessert plates when they look like these handmade glazed ceramic beauties. The pie stack comes from a fourth-generation ceramics producer in Granada, Spain.
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