Lifestyle Queens gift ideas: the borough's best gifts By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated December 21, 2015 12:42 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Lifelong Queens residents and Brooklynites turned Astorians alike can celebrate their borough in style this season. From Queens-centric gear to neighborhood munchies, gift a piece of the biggest, most diverse borough. Queens Courage Gin Photo Credit: Queens Courage A bottle of booze made in Queens? Oh yes. Subtly sweetened with rooftop honey harvested in the city, this all-local product can be gifted with New York made Haber's Tonic to celebrate all things made in NYC. $38, queenscourage.com Bond No. 9 Queens Scented Candle Photo Credit: Bond No. 9 High-end Manhattan perfumery Bond No. 9 wishes it were in Queens -- so it made a scent to evoke the beautiful Queens atmosphere. Celebrating the most ethnically diverse place on earth, notes of bergamot, cardamom, blackberry, tuberose, champaca flower, osmanthus, sandalwood, benzoin resin, musk and amber are all found in this candle. $110, bondno9.com Kris Nations Queens Necklace Photo Credit: Lockwood Known for her charming state-themed jewelry, Kris Nations teamed up with Queens' Lockwood Style to create this Queens-themed pendant. Cut from recycled brass and plated in 14k gold, silver or rose gold, this necklace is gift-ready, packaged in a tiny glass bottle sealed with a a cork. $50, lockwoodshop.com Vintage Queens Photograph Photo Credit: You Are Here Share the love of nostalgia for the Queens that once was! You Are Here Studios sells vintage Queens and New York photos at the Bryant Park Holiday Market and online. $27, etsy.com Newtown Literary Journal Photo Credit: Newtown Literary This biannual journal, created by the Newtown Literary Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to helping support and promote new and emerging writers living in Queens, is the perfect slightly-obscure collection of new writing to gift! Pick it up at Astoria Bookshop, which has a selection of books by local authors and books about Queens. $10, astoriabookshop.com Astoria Coffee Mugs Photo Credit: Astoria Coffee Celebrate a love for Astoria or a love for having coffee in Astoria with these mugs featuring an artistic Astoria illustration. You can also load up on premium roasted coffee, tea and beverage accessories here and supplement with a gift card to the local cafe. $10, 30-04 30th St., astoriacoffeeny.com Rockaway Brewing Company Growler Photo Credit: Rockaway Brewing Company When in doubt, give the gift of local craft beer. Along with Finback and Singlecut, Rockaway sells growlers of their Queens-brewed beer to share with friends and family. Take someone out for a day at the brewery for a memorable gift. Starts at $8, 46-01 5th St., Long Island City, rockawaybrewco.com Luludi Living Art Photo Credit: Luludi Living Art Share the beautiful Queens air with a living plant from this terrarium and tiny greenhouse boutique. Design a custom terrarium or give the gift of knowledge with a terrarium class in Astoria. Starts at $50, 23-07 24th Ave., luludi.net Made-in-Queens Memorabilia Photo Credit: FACEBOOK / QueensMuseum The Queens Museum Shop features historic memorabilia, educational Queens books and a special Made in Queens section. Though you can't shop it online, visit the museum and find gifts like handmade jewelry, apparel, cards and more made by Queens-based artisans. Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, 718-592-9700, queensmuseum.org Queens Specialty Foods Photo Credit: FLICKR / wwny There are so many only-in-Queens bites that neighbors and Manhattanites will totally appreciate. Inexpensive gifts like a bag of 50 frozen dumplings for $14 from Tianjin Dumpling House in Flushing, homemade tortillas from Tortilleria Nixtamal or even a slice of homemade pie from Martha's Country Bakery will be a crowd-pleasing gift. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Holiday gift ideas for foodies, die-hard New Yorkers, moreGo forth and shop! A gift guide for the foodies in your lifeIt's not too late to order your foodie friends the perfect present. 16 gifts for New Yorkers who love NYYou love New York so much you just want to gift it. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.