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Show your family members how much they mean to you, when you gather with them to observe the eight nights of light. Whether you choose a present each night or open them all at once, these 13 Hanukkah gifts are equal parts playful and sophisticated — perfect for the family with so much to celebrate.
For the Beginner Home Cook
This new cookbook may indeed be little (it's just over 7 inches high), but it's packed with indispensable Jewish cooking wisdom. Author Leah Koenig's third cookbook covers savory holiday and religious fare in 25 recipes — from the Rosh Hashanah feast day to weekly Shabbat dinners.
The book also offers great suggestions of side dishes and even an insight into some of the symbolism represented in the ingredients.
For the Scent-Obsessed
Send them off with the scrumptious smell of Hanukkah dinner, by gifting this soy wax candle from Homesick. The scent is reminiscent of fresh-off-the-skillet potato latkes, served with applesauce and warm jelly donuts, and it'll allow them to rekindle the memory of the holidays any time they want.
For the One Who Needs an Assistant
Help streamline their life a little by gifting the newest generation of the Echo Dot. This redesigned tech accessory is not only sleeker, but the speaker component is also 70% louder than the original model.
Equipped with Alexa's seemingly endless skill set, they can use it to make phone calls, listen to the news, dress for the weather, play games, and so much more.
For the Goal-Oriented
You know they already have their 2019 resolutions planned out, so keep them on track all year long with this playful hardcover planner from Anthropologie. Featuring conveniently tabbed months, it formats each week in a neat checklist format. We also love that it's spiral-bound, so it lies flat when open!
For the One Who Appreciates The Finer Things
This 14-karat gold-filled necklace makes for a wonderful Hanukkah gift, as it's a beautiful way to keep their faith close. It features two disc pendants — one engraved with the Star of David and the other with their first initial in Hebrew. The miniature birthstone bead also adds a subtle hint of color.
For the Recent Grad
A dopp kit is a must-have when they go off to school, but if they've settled down into post-grad life, it's time to upgrade that handy little pack that's been schlepped around for years.
This handcrafted leather dopp kit is a handsome addition to any bathroom, featuring a wide bucket opening and a removable interior lining for easy cleaning.
For the Beauty Queen
This is a fabulous Hanukkah gift for the person who deserves a little daily beauty indulgence. This AHAVA skincare set includes their Purifying Mud Mask, Dermud Intensive Hand Cream, and Essential Day Moisturizer, and each component is gentle enough to use every morning, afternoon, and night.
For the Littlest Ones
You never outgrow the joy of spinning a dreidel. We love the playful, kid-friendly look of these tabletop spinners, colorfully displaying the Hebrew characters on each side.
For the Host
What's the best Hanukkah gift to give, if you're the newcomer at the table? Wine, of course! While a bottle of Manischewitz might make an appearance over the course of the evening, this one is a safer bet for gifting and it's a perfect pairing with the meal to come.
This approachable yet enticing merlot comes from Washington state's Columbia Valley. It has a classic deep purple pour, along with notes of dark berry and plum and an unexpected crisp acidity.
For the Crystal Collector
Truly, these gems the only things that can make lounging with a glass of vino even more luxe. Crafted of smooth flourite stones (but also available in rose quartz), these gems can be frozen and dropped into a glass of wine or whiskey to keep it cool.
For the Newlyweds
These napkin rings look like a simple gift, but they do so much to tie the tablescape together. Made of tawny vegetable-tanned leather and fastened with brass hardware, these minimalist table accents eschew all seasonal signifiers to be used for virtually any occasion.
For the Teens
Dreidel isn't the only game your family should be playing this Hanukkah!
Give What Do You Meme? a spin by testing out who can make the funniest meme combos à la Cards Against Humanity. You can thank us for the fun times and nonstop laughter later.
Looking to upgrade your gelt stash this year? Lake Champlain Chocolates makes a downright delicious, dark-chocolate version. These treats are organic, vegan, kosher, and Fair-Trade-certified, so there's no guilt in snacking on this gelt at all! Plus, the extra-large, 180-count pack means there's plenty to go around.