Featured products for Christmas and Hanukkah 2020 provided by Seattle shops and businesses. Sponsored products supplied by the stores or companies listed.

As George Bernard Shaw said, “Whisky is liquid sunshine.” And while Seattle is more famous for the other kind of liquid sunshine — rain, of course — Westland Distillery has put the city on the whiskey map with its lauded flagship single malt. $70 at Westland Distillery (Sodo) or shop.westlanddistillery.com, use code SEATTLETIMES for free shipping through Dec. 31

When you gift this particular Seattle-made Westland whiskey to a lucky recipient, be sure to mention its romantic backstory, for this single malt has been matured in casks that held fine Spanish sherry for nearly a century before being repurposed by a skilled family-owned cooperage. $70 at Westland Distillery (Sodo) or shop.westlanddistillery.com, use code SEATTLETIMES for free shipping Nov. 26–Dec. 31 

On the Boards Membership: Community Supported Art

They may not be able to travel, but they can still be transported by art. Give the gift of fearless art and ideas with a membership to On the Boards, the longtime Seattle contemporary dance and performance venue. Perks, which vary with levels, include discounted or free tickets, access to OntheBoards.tv, members-only playlists, happy hours and discounts to local businesses. $25–$5,000 at ontheboards.org

The Resort at Port Ludlow Dine and Unwind Package

Indulge them with an overnight getaway to the natural beauty of the Olympic Peninsula. They are sure to find comfort and joy at this waterfront inn, where the Dine and Unwind Package includes a one-night stay in a cozy room with jetted tub and gas fireplace, a bottle of wine and $100 dining credit at The Fireside restaurant. Starts at $259, use package ID DINEUNW at portludlowresort.com/packages

Book-It Repertory Theatre Subscription Gift Certificate

Do you hear what I hear? Book-It has gone all-audio this season, adapting stories such as Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost” and steampunk spy thriller “The Effluent Engine” into audio dramas. A five-show gift certificate is just the ticket for the theatre buff or audiobook fan in your life. $100 at book-it.org/2020-2021-season/

At Home with the Bellingham Symphony Orchestra

Give them the gift of music with a subscription to Bellingham Symphony Orchestra’s all-online 45th season. Subscriber programs include monthly “At Home” concerts, interviews with soloists by music director Yaniv Attar, solo performances and special performances by BSO members. $14–$135, use code BSOST for 10% off first three months at bellinghamsymphony.org

DeLille Cellars 25th Vintage Gift Sets

Fresh off being named the top Northwest Wine of the Year in Pacific NW Magazine, DeLille Cellars 2019 Chaleur Blanc — a sauvignon blanc and semillon blend the reviewer dubbed “a sophisticated standout” — makes up half of this handsome boxed gift set. Nestled alongside the vibrant and fruity 2017 D2, it makes a can’t-miss gift. $105–$125, use code STHOLIDAY to save 15% at delillecellars.com, or visit the DeLille Cellars Tasting Room in Woodinville

Panther Creek Experience Oregon Wine in Woodinville Package 

All of the fun of an Oregon wine tasting without the traffic, this Panther Creek Cellars package includes a tasting certificate for two at its Woodinville tasting room and a bottle each of pinot gris and pinot noir made from Oregon vineyards. See, swirl, sniff, sip and savor! $50 at Panther Creek Cellars (Woodinville) or panthercreekcellars.com

ShelfGenie custom pull-out shelving

2020 was the Year of the Pantry; let 2021 be the Year of the Amazingly Organized and Accessible Pantry. ShelfGenie will help them find a place for everything and put everything in its place with custom pull-out, easy-to-access shelving. Don’t just give a gift — give a solution. $1,000–$20,000, use code GIFT2020 for 50% off installation plus free custom drawer insert through Dec. 31

Gargoyle Plush

If you ask gargoyle lovers what the worst thing about gargoyles is, they might say that gargoyles are normally out of reach and very difficult to hug. Not so with this soft and cuddly guardian! Made of polyester with red and black embroidery, it’s a perfect companion for those dark and stormy nights. $28 at Gargoyles Statuary (U District)

Circle of Cats Candle Lamp

Ordinarily, a gift of seven cats might seem a little … extreme, even for the feline fanatic on your list. But these seven adorable Hydrostone friends huddled by the glow of an included candle do not require care and feeding, just the strike of a match. Mesmerizing! $68 at Gargoyles Statuary (U District)




Alchemical Raven T-shirt

Whether they can quoth the raven or not, “this ebony bird will beguile their sad fancy into smiling” — or at least spark conversation around the dinner table. Who holds the key to the tell-tale heart? With this cool black 100% cotton tee, they will never say, “Poe is me, I have nothing to wear” again. $25 at Gargoyles Statuary (U District)

Canon EOS R6 Kit w/RF 24-105mm STM lens

Photographers and those who love them know it: New camera day is the best day. Celebrate it — and capture it, of course — with the Canon EOS R6 Kit with RF 24-105mm STM full frame mirrorless camera, designed to meet the demands of both photographers and video content creators. $2,799 after $100 instant rebate through Saturday at Kenmore Camera (Kenmore)

Bonne Maman Advent Calendar

Count down to the sweet, sweet holidays with a Bonne Maman Limited-Edition 2020 Advent Calendar. Open a new window each day to reveal a different iconic mini jar of all-natural fruit spreads and honey, in 24 exclusive holiday flavors including Apricot with Bergamot, Cherry with Christmas Spice, and Fig with Cardamom. On sale while supplies last for $30 at Bartell Drugs 

Zuzko Sterling Silver Nested Earrings

Surprise and dazzle her with a pair of textured, hand-forged sterling silver hoops, bound in an organic cluster. Crafted by a small, family-run business on Vashon Island and measuring 2 inches long, these eye-catching stunners are sure to set off her smile — literally. $122 at Fox’s Seattle (downtown) 

Hummingbird Necklace

A hummingbird in flight is a glorious sight — yet they never hold still long enough to properly admire them. Not so with this 1-3/4-inch by 1-1/4-inch graceful bronze bird on an antiqued sterling silver chain, complemented with Heishi beads and polished stones. A toggle clasp secures the 20-inch chain. Matching earrings are also available.  $150 at David Morgan (Bothell)

Ceramic Ornament

On this heartwarming ceramic ornament, by Whatcom County artist Irene Lawson, a gentle dove carries a message of peace and a reminder to slow down and relish the serenity of the season before it takes wing. Get a bevy to send to friends and family, but don’t forget to save one to adorn your own nest. $15 at Schack Art Center (Everett)

Charlie’s Flying Fish Ornaments and Window Charms

Holiday spirit gets a generous drizzle of Pacific Northwest flair with these handmade ornaments and window charms by Pike Place Market vendor/artist Charlie’s Flying Fish. Design options include a very salmon-y Seattle skyline, the Space Needle and — look out! — Sasquatch crashing through the evergreens. Perfect for their tree, or they can hang them from a wall or rear-view mirror. $20 at Charlie’s Flying Fish (Pike Place Market)

Chukar Cherries Holiday Assortments and Gifts

Celebrate the season with the festive flavors of Chukar Cherries. The Pacific Northwest classic’s all-new line of holiday assortments and gifts include boxes of Columbia Valley wine paired with craft chocolate; new muffin and pancake mixes nestled next to cherry sauces; and chocolate-covered cherries alongside nuts and berries. Bonus: They’ll even ship them to your friends and family for you. $40–$150 at Chukar Cherries (Pike Place Market)

Saisei Apparel Holiday Ornaments

For a one-of-a-kind addition to your holiday decorations, snag these darling, individually embellished ornaments handcrafted from kimono fabric that’s more than 65 years old. The holiday fairy is a sweet choice, as are the angel or tree — both of which are made from 25 individually folded and sewn petals in the “kanzashi flower” style, with a sweet jingle bell at the bottom. $20 at Saisei Apparel (Pike Place Market)

Ugly Baby Shower Art

With sentiments ranging from “aww, cute” to “hey, cool” to “omg, what?” there’s an Ugly Baby piece that’s appropriate — or hilariously inappropriate — for every person in your life. We’ll let the proprietors tell you more: “We are Rosalie and Douglas Gale: inventors of waterproof art you can hang in your shower with a suction cup. We’ve been making this nonsense since 2008 and (not to brag) have become the very best shower-art makers in the whole Pacific Northwest.” $12–$49 at Ugly Baby (Pike Place Market)

Vintage Creations Cashmere Ruffle Scarf, Beanie and Convertible Mittens  

Wrap them in the soft, luxurious warmth of cashmere this holiday season — and they’ll feel even warmer knowing that these plush, comfy accessories have been cut and sewn from recycled cashmere sweaters by a Seattle-based, sustainable business. Each unique (and not itchy!) ruffle scarf, beanie and pair of convertible mittens has been hand-dyed. Zero waste, 100% cozy. $38–$58 at Vintage Creations Cashmere (Pike Place Market)

Dockside Cannabis Holiday Gift Guide products

Is the cumulative stress of 2020 getting to you? End the year on a high note with mind-soothing products from the Dockside Cannabis Holiday Gift Guide. Give the gift of relaxation to yourself or stuff those (adult) stockings with picks from categories including culinary, body care, concentrates and “for the flower purist.” $3–$99 at Dockside Cannabis (multiple locations)