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  • Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    La Boite a Epice Mini Spice Set

    La Bote Epice Mini Spice Sets Daniel vet Lior Lev Sercarz has established himself as the spicer to star chefs, creating custom blends for restaurants like Le Bernardin and Marc Forgione. But amateur epicures and thoughtful gift givers can also get their hands on his exotic, high-end mixes: These trio sets include carefully balanced combos like orange, fennel and fleur de sel, recommended for seafood, poultry and vegetables, or crystallized honey, anise, cinnamon and ginger for desserts. Available at La Bote Epice, 724 Eleventh Ave between 51st and 52nd Sts (212-247-4407). Three 1oz jars $29.

  • Photograph: Hannah Mattix

    Bellocq Teas

    Bellocq Tea Caddies The team behind this artisan tea company---a pair of Martha Stewart alums and a design-firm exec---opened a Greenpoint boutique in October to showcase their small-farm, organic products. Given the group's pedigree, it's no surprise that they pack their fragrant loose-leaf beauties in stunning stainless steel and silver-plated tins with handsome labels. Discerning aesthetes will approve. Available at bellocq.com. $32--$91.

  • ProTeak Renewable Forestry Cheeseboard This gorgeous, eco-friendly cheese board is a cut above most chopping blocks: It's made from durable hardwood teak that is softer on knife blades, water-repellent and naturally antimicrobial, thanks to its high resin content. Each unique piece is constructed from smaller blocks featuring sections of the wood's beautiful growth rings. Available at gilttaste.com. 18" x 7" $49.95.

Photograph: Hannah Mattix

La Boite a Epice Mini Spice Set

La Bote Epice Mini Spice Sets Daniel vet Lior Lev Sercarz has established himself as the spicer to star chefs, creating custom blends for restaurants like Le Bernardin and Marc Forgione. But amateur epicures and thoughtful gift givers can also get their hands on his exotic, high-end mixes: These trio sets include carefully balanced combos like orange, fennel and fleur de sel, recommended for seafood, poultry and vegetables, or crystallized honey, anise, cinnamon and ginger for desserts. Available at La Bote Epice, 724 Eleventh Ave between 51st and 52nd Sts (212-247-4407). Three 1oz jars $29.

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