Coffee House Gift Set
Coffee House Gift Set
Coffee House Gift Set
Coffee House Gift Set
Coffee House Gift Set

Coffee House Gift Set

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Make their day with the comfort and warmth of their favorite coffee house. This artisan gift set includes the following small-batch artisan goods:

  • Fresh Coffee Artisan Candle from Pretty Honest Candles
  • Gourmet Cappuccino Pecans from Millican Pecan Co.
  • Social Good, Single-Source Ethiopian Coffee from RAKO Coffee Roasters

Plus, we hand wrap your gift with our signature, wow-worthy gift wrap and a premium greeting card featuring your personal message.


Fresh Coffee Artisan Candle

With the warmth and comfort of a fresh cup of coffee, this candle will fill the air with the welcoming scent of your favorite coffee house.

100% Soy Wax. Clean-Burning. 8oz Candle (burns 50-60 hours).

Top Note: Coffee

Middle Note: Sugar

Base Notes: Vanilla, Chocolate

Hand-Poured by Andrea of Pretty Honest Candles in Charlotte, North Carolina

Cappuccino Gourmet Pecans

Featured on The Martha Stewart Show and Food Network

A hint of coffee, sweet cream, and chocolate come together for a coffee-house treat that provides the perfect pick-me-up any time of day!

This is a Signature Recipe from Millican Pecan Co, a 5th Generation Family Business in San Saba, Texas

Social Good, Single-Source Ethiopian Coffee

From the Kercha Geracho Sidamo region in Ethiopia

This single-origin coffee appeals to dark roast and sweetness-driven coffee connoisseurs alike. As RAKO explains: We develop coffees that are approachable but become increasingly complex with advanced brewing methods. Our unique roast profiles are meticulously designed to bring out the full potential of each coffee.

Whole Bean. 12 oz.

Roast: Medium/Medium-DarkFlavor Notes: Butter croissant, ginger snap, and faint strawberry

Roasted in small batches by RAKO Coffee Roasters in Lorton, Virginia

Social Good: This single-source coffee is grown with pride by the family-owned coffee farms in the Kercha Geracho Sidamo. This family-run business, tucked deep in the mountainsides of Ethiopia, has built primary schools (which educate 300 young students). They provide medical care to employees, extend micro-loans during the offseason, and employ 115-120 women and 45-50 men.