Best 2022 Native American Holiday Gift Ideas | Food & Beverages

Sometimes, it's hard to buy gifts for the holidays that stand the test of time. Instead of trying to purchase something built for the long haul, you can always just buy your loved ones something they can eat or drink. That way, there's no expectation it'll last that's the point!

Check out these food and beverage gift ideas from Native American businesses and see if anything catches your eye. 

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Best Native American Food and Beverage Gift Ideas


Spirit Mountain Huehue, Guatemala 12 oz. Medium Roast Coffee – $15

We all have coffee lovers in our lives who'd appreciate this one. Spirit Mountain selects coffees from around the world so you can experience a wide variety of flavors and aromas in your cup. These 100% Arabica beans grown in Guatemala and shipped in biodegradable bags will awaken your senses and help you start the day off right. 

Vegan Bars - Holiday Gift Guide

Wahpepah's Kitchen Vegan Chocolate Rose Hips Vegan Bars (3-pack) – $18

These scrumptious vegan bars are made with amaranth, traditional mayan chocolate, pecans and wild rice. Wahpepah's Kitchen was founded by Crystal Wahpepah, an enrolled member of the Kickapoo Nation of Oklahoma.  She was born and raised in Oakland, California, on Ohlone land, surrounded by a multi-tribal, urban Native community.  

Wild ALaskan Smoked Salmon

SeaBear Smokehouse Wild Alaskan Smoked Sockeye Salmon – $23.99

Lox anyone? This Sockeye Salmon from SeaBear Smokehouse was wild caught in the cold clear waters of Alaska. It makes a perfect addition to a holiday gift box. 


Ioway Honey

Iowa Bee Farm 12 oz. Pure Raw Honey – $6.99

This raw honey from Ioway Bee Farm makes a perfect addition to any holiday goodie basket and bonus: you'll support a Native American tribe in the process. Founded in 2017, the Ioway Bee Farm is owned and operated by the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska. The farm offers a range of products, including creamed honey, raw honey, lotion bars, lip balms, and beeswax candles. All they do to their honey is strain it and warm it, so no need to worry about losing any healthy pollen enzymes or flavors.

Twisted Cedar WIne

Twisted Cedar 2020 Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon – $14.95 

Winner of the Gold Medal in the 2019 Sunset Magazine International Wine Competition, this 2020 Cab-dominant blend from Twisted Cedar is a perfect bottle of wine to pop with your loved ones this holiday season. Harvested from grapes grown in Lodi, California, this vino has concentrated aromas of vibrant ripe berries with a trace of chocolate. The Twisted Cedar wine brand is owned outright by the Cedar Band of Paiute Indians, one of five constituent Bands of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah. Twisted Cedar wines also benefit the Band’s community through employment opportunities and program support on the reservation.

Morning Light Rainbow Kombucha 6-Pack – $40

Morning Light is a Native American, female-owned, small-batch kombucha company located in Hoyt, Kansas. Over 80% of their ingredients are locally harvested by farmers committed to sustainable agricultural practices. In their rainbow packs, you'll get each of their four signature flavors: Strawberry Basil, Blackberry Lemongrass, Ginger Limeade and Beet Ginger Lime, as well as their rotating Harvest Series Flavors.

Gift box - Seka Hills

Create Your Own Gift Box From Séka Hills (prices vary) 

Have you ever found a great concept for a gift, but you didn't like one or two things about it, and you couldn't customize it to your liking? You're in luck Séka Hills has got you covered. 

Browse their website for a variety of delicious Native American products, including such as olive oils, honey, nuts, beef offerings, and much more. Select the perfect combination of goodies and assemble them into your own custom gift box. 

Native American Home Gift Ideas

Chocolate-Covered Espresso Coffee Beans from Bedré Chocolates – $13.50

These chocolate-covered espresso beans are a favorite among our readers year in and year out. Bedré Fine Chocolate, which operates out of Ada, Oklahoma, also supports a number of philanthropic organizations within the Chickasaw Nation. So you're not just supporting an excellent indigenous business — you're also contributing to a worthwhile charitable effort. 

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Last Updated on November 10, 2022 by Paul G

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