Princeton Insider: Stocking Stuffers

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Princeton Magazine has hand-picked a selection of stocking stuffers to suit everyone in your family. From delicious chocolates to gifts for the outdoorsman, simply click each product image to browse and buy. Be sure to place orders as soon as possible for Christmas delivery!

Prestat Matcha Green Tea Chocolate Thins – Dean & DeLuca, $24

A new and ‘dare we say’ sophisticated recipe in which white chocolate is infused with green matcha tea from Japan. The subtle flavour is enhanced with the addition of a tiny dash of Earl Grey to make a delightfully refreshing and uplifting treat.

 

 

Philosophy Coconut Frosting Lip Shine – Macys, $10

Spoil your senses with this ultra-rich, ultra-sweet coconut frosting flavored lip shine.

 

 

Honey Marc Jacobs Spray Pen – Macys, $25

Honey by MARC JACOBS is a sunny delicious floral – energetic and alluring, with a sparkling, golden touch. The perfect mix of brightness and warmth. The fragrance energizes with the freshness of green pear brightened with a splash of fruity punch and juicy mandarin. At the heart of the fragrance is orange blossom, a note of sparkling femininity that mingles with nectars of honeysuckle and peach. Honey, vanilla, and smooth woods dry down to a warm, golden base.

 

 

Rnt Original Duck Call – Orvis, $135

The ultimate: one call to do it all. Designed to be easy for the average caller to produce a wide range of soft, low, loud, and raspy sounds, and built to last and withstand the harshest, coldest weather. Available in two options: acrylic or Bocote wood. The acrylic call is cast into a solid rod, resulting in a very durable call. Denser than wood, acrylic provides a much sharper and louder sound. Bocote, an oily wood from Mexico, produces softer, deeper, mellower sounds than the more dense woods. It is ideal for long distance calling, open water, and field hunting. In acrylic mallard, Bocote. Made in USA.