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This Rosh Hashanah find new ways to wish all the wonderful blessings of the simanim with tasty, beautiful, and original gift ideas.  

Whether you are going to be a guest and are looking for the perfect Rosh Hashanah appropriate hostess gift or you want to get something special for yourself and your table these gifts will ensure everyone in your life has a sweet new year. 

A Rosh Hashanah gift should be a step above the usual red or white. We like fun foodie gifts that relate to the holiday themes. Check out our gift ideas for this New Year. 

Jamie Geller Honey Gift Set

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Nothing says Rosh Hashanah more than honey and we knows how to say Sweet New Year in the best way possible. With all new gorgeous packaging, and a gift box of our favorite flavored honey perfect for dipping your apples. Available for a limited time only, order your gift boxes now.   All products are OU certified. 

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MORE: Honey Finds For Rosh Hashanah

Apple Corer and Slicer

Apple Corer

An oldie but a goodie, the Apple Corer and Slicer will slice your prep time in half, the perfect gift for your baker friends.  

Honey Pots

ceramic honey pot

No Rosh Hashanah gift guide is complete without at least one honey dish. We love Etsy for their unique hand made wares. 

Morad Pomegranate Wine 

Morad Pomegranate Wine

Pomegranate wine is the wine of choice for Rosh Hashanah. If you can't go anywhere without a bottle of wine, then let's make it seasonally appropriate and a more exciting gift. You can drink this wine as is of course, but you can also use in cocktails and recipes to liven up your Rosh Hashanah. Of course it is not grape based so you can't say kiddish on it. It lasts for a few weeks in the fridge and is incredibly versatile and flavorful. 

Mead

Meade for Rosh Hashanah

Mead is the oldest fermented beverage made from honey. Often associated with Renaissance festivals and its cloyingly sweet taste, Maine Meade Works has brought back the mead and they're showing us how Mead can be enjoyed with both sweet and dry varieties and lots of flavor. Kosher certified and real treat for Rosh Hashanah.

Besamim or Etrog Liqueur

besamim narrow

Another unique bottle gift is this Besamim Liqueur. Besamim means spices and refers to the cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg like scents we usually smell at the end of Shabbat for Havdallah. Sukkah Hill Spirits brings us the besamim in a bottle perfect for spiked cocktails or drizzled on desserts. I would use it in a hot apple cider or over a an apple cobbler. They also have an etrog liqueur.

Lev Haolam Boxes From Israel

Lev Haolam

Lev Haolam allows Israel supporters to help local family busineses in Judea & Samaria. This regions most affected by terror and international boycotts in all of Israel.  Receive a surprise box every month and support Israel at the same time. 

Milk and Honey Muscle Soak

Milk and Honey Bath Soap

For those that prefer gifts used outside the kitchen but still honor the honey theme, try bath products. This Milk & Honey bath soak is another way to wish someone a sweet new year.  

Jamie Geller Best Seller Gift Box

best sellers spices gift box

If you want something foodie, but not so sweet, try our gift box of spices. Get a collection of our best selling Middle Eastern Spice blends. 

Challah Covers

leather challah covers

Challah covers are always a nice gift, they don't take up a lot of space and help decorate the Shabbat and holiday table.   

Tea Forte Gift Set

Tea Forte Gift Set

Teas are the best no calorie way to enJOY the flavors of the simanim.  With flavors like Harvest Apple Spice and packaging meant to be gifted and displayed, Tea Forte is the answer.  

Note: Many of their teas are kosher certified Chof-K, use the link above to browse all their kosher teas.  

MORE: DIY Rosh Hashanah Hostess Gift