Choosing Tea And Coffee Themed Christmas Gifts
Christmas is less than three weeks away. Are you prepared with enough gifts for your friends, family, and coworkers? As times are tight for many, taking a creative route is often necessary for Christmas gifts. While you don’t want to end up with a superfluous item, you also don’t want to be too dry. A gift should combine practicality with a fun presentation. In this case, tea-themed Christmas gifts are the perfect combination. In baskets and in sets, such tea-themed gifts combine a beverage with mugs, candy, cookies, small teapots, and other items that go well with a beverage.
But do you know what beverage to get? Not everyone prefers both tea and coffee. In the case of your family and friends, you probably already know – or are familiar with – their beverage preferences. You know the person who always starts the day with a strong cup of black coffee – or the one who always starts with a low-fat latte. And you also know the friends and family who openly express their distaste for coffee, eschewing it in favor of the mellow but still caffeinated tea. Beyond this, you know which friends and family go with green tea – not only for diet choices but for its light flavors and health benefits – and those who consider black tea to be the perfect beverage.
Although the fun and festive Christmas gifts for your family and friends may be easy to put together, what do you do about the workplace? Many offices opt for a secret Santa or open gift-giving event, and a price range is set – usually a present under $25. How do you appeal to a coworker’s tastes – if you know them at all – and stay within the price range? Tea-themed Christmas gifts are also ideal in this instance. Smaller sets, such as a tea-for-one with a beverage, or gift baskets with a beverage, mug, and cookies meet both of these requirements, and give your recipient a great beverage to start the day.
Choosing Christmas gifts is difficult for nearly everyone, and price or budget restrictions don’t help. Instead, find the right present that’s not only fun but useful, too.