Gift Guide 2023
Give everyone on your list (including yourself!) a piece of Nevada.
Everyone loves giving presents, but some souvenirs are just too good to give away. These gifts and goodies are perfect for friends and family, but it’s OK to be a little stingy and grab your own cache of Nevada-made memories. Nevada Magazine & Visitor Guide staff have made a few recommendations to get the ball rolling, so happy shopping!
Show off your Battle Born pride (and look good doing so) with shirts, hats, hoodies,
home goods, and more. Home Means Nevada Co., Reno and Henderson, $28-$60
This monastery turns handmade art into cards for birthdays, holidays, and just-because. Carmel of Reno, $1-$10
Try tasty flavors like Vaquero Verde, A Kick in the Kisser, and The Smokeout. Killer Salsa, Gardnerville, $5.99
You’ve heard of the Grammys, but have you heard of the Candy Grammys?
ChocoRocks—a candy-coated chocolate and international best seller—won “Product of the Year” at the annual candy awards. Kimmie Candy, Reno, $3-$45
Find stunning, one-of-a-kind knives for home chefs, campers, and fans of METAL—all hand-forged. Holford METAL Works, Sparks, $125-$200
Alpine Ranch, Fallon, prices vary
Grab tantalizing treats to go, like rocky road bars, peanut butter bombs, and caramel macadamias, or splurge on a monthly subscription box. Dorinda’s Chocolates, Reno, $5-$85
NV-US Silver Works, Gardnerville, prices vary
Sip more than a dozen meads and ciders on the patio, then grab some cans or a growler for your friends. Stonewise Mead & Cider, Pahrump, prices vary
Sagebrush Soap Factory, Gardnerville, $5-$6