Elevate Easter with Southern Treats
Made from honey bees around Edisto Island, this Edisto Gold Honey reflects the diverse flora of coastal South Carolina. Drizzle it over granola or eat it by the spoonful and let it transport you to the Lowcountry marshland, rich with clover, blackberry bushes, and tupelo trees.
Fresh Fruit Jams
Celebrate the return of fresh fruit season with this four-pack set from Regina’s Farm Kitchen. The mini jars put gourmet flavors on the breakfast table and beyond: Try the Blueberry Lemon over a lemon poppyseed muffin. Spread the Peach Habañero over cream cheese for a pre-dinner hors d’oeuvres. Spoon the Peach Vanilla Bean over ice cream. The Strawberry Blueberry Jalapeño has a lot going on—we leave it to your imagination to determine the best use (though we’re partial to using it to add dimension to a cheese board).
Channel bright, floral flavors with a mixer that puts tropical elements into a glass. Whether you prefer light spirits, dark ones, or none at all, we love the versatility of Perfectly Cordial’s Hibiscus and Honeycomb mixer. Subtly sweet and refreshingly punchy, this all-natural mixer complements gin, vodka, whiskey, or mixes with sparkling water for a deceptively no-ABV beverage.
Warmer weather and longer daylight hours has us planning patio parties and backyard hangouts. When outdoors—with a spritz or glass or rosé in hand—you need easy-to-eat nibbles that don’t require utensils (or, ideally, napkins). The bite-sized Southern delicacies, cheese straws and benne wafers, appease both sweet and savory snackers. (And if you drop one on the ground, it won’t hurt the dog to clean them up.) This Charleston Favorites’ Sweet and Salty Snack Box is a sure way to guarantee you an invitation to the next outdoor hang.