05 Dec Christmas Gifts With an Italian Touch
I love giving presents – spontaneously buying a little something that I see and makes me think of a person dear to me – but Christmas often makes me feel in distress. We all have plenty of stuff and often end up buying one more useless thing or adding up to the already long list of ordinary presents.
As an Italian, and knowing how all over the world people usually like everything made in Italy, I gathered a few ideas for Christmas
Presents with an Italian touch.
From Italy… with love
If love is in the air, these are perfect Italian gifts ideas.
Time for Italian coffee!
The one thing I really miss when I travel is Italian coffee: dark and short.
If you’re not used to it, you might find it too strong, but you’ll certainly make your Italian friends happy and you can always use your Italian coffee when you prepare Tiramisu.
Typical Italian sweets and precious delicacies
Give an Italian touch to your dinners with friends and family with the typical Panettone. Savor the heavenly drops of Traditional Balsamic Vinegar.
Italian design for wine lovers
Beautiful objects by one of the most famous Italian design brands.
Beauty products and a touch of Italian glamour.
Italian design for beautiful home décor
Useful objects that are also beautiful: you can’t get wrong with Italian design.
Italian pasta is always a good idea!
The secret of a good pasta is the quality of the ingredients. They cost a little more, but the difference is huge,
Italian cooking books
Who doesn’t want to learn how to cook Italian food?
Did you find your Christmas gift with an Italian flair?
Note: I carefully picked the gifts between things I love, I have and I eat. If you buy any of the objects, I’ll get a small commission from affiliate links at no extra cost for you. Thank you for your support.
Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.