Best of Charleston Gift Box ($130)


A gift box full of some of Charleston's best goodies!


  • Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Biscuit Mix: They’ve created not only a pantry staple for their classic buttermilk biscuit but also shared the variations for our cheese and black pepper biscuit recipes. Simply incorporate butter, cream cheese and buttermilk with one bag of Callie’s Buttermilk Biscuit Mix to make one dozen tender, buttery biscuits.
  • Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Blackberry Jam: The blackberry jam you know and love!
  • Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Cheese CrispsExtra sharp Vermont cheddars, flour, butter, and signature spices all hand-rolled together and garnished with a generous sprinkling of fresh cracked black pepper create this addictive cocktail snack. Bet you can't have just one!
  • King Bean Columbian Coffee: Choose from Brasil, Brasil decaf, Sullivan's Blend, Caper's Blend, Southern Pecan, Columbian or Cold Brew Blend
  • Lowcountry Olive Oil Extra Virgin Olive Oil Hand blended exclusively in Charleston from two certified, first cold-pressed extra virgin olive oils, this blend of green Chilean Arbequina and Barnea olive oils is smooth and buttery upfront with a strong peppery finish. Perfect for sautéing, salads and dipping bread.
  • Bulls Bay Saltworks Sampler PackSalt crystals are extracted from the pristine Bulls Bay and then solar evaporated, sifted, and packaged on the homestead.  Enjoy this sampler pack featuring all six of Bulls Bay specialty salts: Carolina Flake, Bourbon Barrel Smoked Flake, Charleston Sea Salt, Smoked Sea Salt, and Red Marsh Sea Salt. (NOTE: the jar of Carolina Flake featured in the image is SOLD OUT.)
  • Grey Ghost Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies: Their take on America’s favorite- the beloved chocolate chip cookie! This recipe is a nod to our Southern roots, along with a hint of sweet molasses and rich chocolate chips. (Other flavors below)
  • eluCook Designs Bottle Opener Take a bit of the Lowcountry with you with this unique wood and glass bottle opener. The glass in the inlay is fused with sand from the Charleston Battery or Charleston-area beach. The artist layers glass with sand and kiln-fire it to a temperature of 1500 degrees to make a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind piece.

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