Surprise: Christmas Eve and Hanukkah are both on Saturday. That happened fast. If you’re not quite done with your holiday gift-getting, worry not: Whether you’re shopping for your nephew or your best friend, your girlfriend or your dad, these eight presents will help you knock out your to-do list in no time.
Boston Honey Company honey and Bully Boy vodka
Gift these separately as stocking stuffers, or together with a recipe for a modified Bee’s Knees cocktail. A 1-pound jar of the Massachusetts Wildflower Honey lasts all year — a scoop in a recipe here, a swirl in a cup of tea there — but the Bully Boy, usually, does not. (Boston Honey Company 1-pound wildflower honey, $12 online and $12.95 at the Boston Public Market; 100 Hanover St., Downtown, Boston. Bully Boy vodka, $29.99 MSP; select retail locations)
An MBTA toy train
Adorable for the mini Bostonian in your life, and much more reliable than the actual transportation system. (MBTA toy trolley or train, $24.95 for a Green Line trolley, $14.95 for a Green Line train, $11.95 for the Blue, Orange, and Red lines)
A 4-pack of hoppy beer from Trillium Brewing
A Celtics ugly Christmas sweater
For your stocking stuffer needs, consider the Somerville-based sweet maker’s holiday-themed chocolate. Seasonal flavors include spiked eggnog, peppermint stick, and gingerbread cookie. (Taza Chocolate holiday flavors, $6 for a bar or disc, $25 for five bars, and $30 for six discs; 561 Windsor St., Somerville)
A special map of Boston
A cooking class at Dave’s Fresh Pasta
Ideal for the fan of experiential gifts. Dave’s classes are extremely relaxed—you can participate as much or as little as you want. One rule: Make sure you and your giftee arrive hungry; you’ll eat so much great food, have enough to take home, and you can drink wine throughout. (Dave’s Fresh Pasta cooking class, $60 per person; 81 Holland St., Davis Square, Somerville)
A luxe ski set
At Parlor Skis, you can design a pair for the snow addict in your life, to be built right there at Parlor’s East Boston workshop. It’s a killer present, though clearly not for a gifter who’s on a tight budget. (Parlor Skis custom skis, $1,200; 175 William F. McClellan Highway, East Boston)
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