Gift Ideas Made In Wyoming
There are times that you want that gift to come from where you are from. Sending something from Wyoming to folks way out of state can really make a statement around the holiday season.
Here are just a few of their fine ideas.
Snowy Elk Coffee Company — Cheyenne’s first and only local, high-altitude coffee roastery, made from beans originating from small, sustainable farms all over the world. Flavors such as Vedauwoo Moon, Leave No Trace and Campfire are inspired by the business owners’ love of Wyoming adventures and crafted to represent balance in flavor and life. Natural coffee flavors are highlighted through the craft-roasting process without added flavoring or fillers. The company offers national shipping, free local delivery three days per week and a coffee subscription club with fresh-roasted coffee delivered to your door each month.
Table Mountain Vineyards — Located near Huntley, Table Mountain Vineyards began on the Zimmerer family farm (which was established in 1926) after a “research project gone wild,” according to the company website. Patrick Zimmerer was finishing a senior thesis project at the University of Wyoming and convinced his family to plant 300 grapevines on the farm as an experiment. The family has since grown the vineyard to nearly 10 acres and 10,000 vines of 12 different varieties.
Teton Craft Works — Unique, challenging, handcrafted wooden puzzles in wildlife shapes made in Jackson. Suitable for both kids and adults. Order online.
Zap’s Smoke Shack — Authentic cheese cold-smoked in Powell. Packages with elk, venison, buffalo and beef summer sausages and crackers are available; perfect as gifts or for serving at holiday parties. Shipping available nationwide.
Donells Candies —Handcrafting truffles, toffees and candies in Casper since 1956 with a wide variety of delicious gift boxes and products. Nationwide shipping available. Order online.