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Vosges Haut-Chocolat Cosmic Truffle Collection
Photography by Peter Ardito
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Start the season out right with the Vosges Haut-Chocolat Cosmic Truffle Collection ($72), featuring 21 edible-crystal-infused handmade chocolates that correspond to different zodiac signs. Woo-woo, yes, but also a fun icebreaker that's freakin' delish.

Off My Case Robyn Blair iPhone Case
Customize a case with your name printed in 3-D.
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Whether somebody on your list is a fan of artist Robyn Blair—whose real-candy wall art is a hit  with millennials—or they just really love sweets, give a full-on sugar fix with a personalized Off My Case X By Robyn Blair iPhone Case ($78).

Vinebox 12 Nights of Wine Naughty Box
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Instead of bringing a bottle, give a dozen different wines to taste in the festive Vinebox 12 Nights  of Wine Naughty Box ($129 for twelve 3.4-ounce bottles).

Helens Wines Fusilli Palace Gift Box
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We love a good holiday collaboration, and Helen's Wines Fusilli Palace Gift Box ($110) is just that.  It includes the ingredients and recipe for spicy fusilli, a cute Heather Taylor Home tea towel, and  a wine-pairing suggestion from badass L.A.-based wine-shop owner and sommelier Helen  Johannesen.

Godiva Holiday Hot Chocolate Toppers
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Like latte art only easier, Godiva Holiday Hot Chocolate Toppers ($13 for six) are a solid hostess gift.  Who needs whipped cream when you can top cocoa with a santa or snowman design made out  of, you guessed it, more chocolate?

Matchaful Kiwami Ritual Set
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Help your favorite  tea drinker master the  art of matcha with  a Matchaful Kiwami  Ritual Set ($99). It has all the  tools needed to whisk  up an authentic frothy  batch and then some.

CJW Candy Crush Headband
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Headbands are back.  And this CJW Candy  Crush Headband ($30) takes the trend to an  artsy level by featuring  illustrator Christina  Wang's cute original  drawings of snack time  staples—from Reese's  cups to cans of LaCroix.

Rachael Ray Create Delicious Stainless Cookware Set
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For the 30-Minute  Meals–obsessed home  cook in your circle,  wrap up the Rachael  Ray Create Delicious  Stainless Steel 10  Piece Cookware Set ($105 for 10 pieces). Ultra-even heating  and dishwasher-safe?  Hate to brag, but  Rach kinda nailed it. 

FoodSaver Cordless Handheld Food Vacuum Sealer
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The FoodSaver  Cordless Handheld  Food Vacuum Sealer ($35) can do everything  the big machines can,  despite being a fraction  of their size. Pick one  up for the leftovers  lover or serious  sous-vider on your list.

Riedel Drink Specific Glassware Collection
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Right the wrong  of a watered-down  old-fashioned for your  whiskey-loving friend  with the Riedel Drink  Specific Glassware  Collection ($30 for a set of two). A spirits  specialist consulted on  these six designs,  which were created  with the ideal ratios of  several classic cocktails  in mind.

Keurig K-Duo Plus
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Keurig K-Duo Plus ($230) will up anyone's java  game. It makes single  cups and full carafes  and can keep a pot  warm for up to two  hours.

Copper Cow Coffee 12 Days of Pour Over
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Copper Cow Coffee  12 Days of Pour Over ($65) will impress the coffee  snob on your list. It has  almost two weeks'  worth of pour-overs,  plus creamers, too.

Want even more gift ideas? Check out our full 2019 gift guide and our online gift guide for tons more great finds.