Portland Curated Box
Portland Cooks – a Portland-based, award winning food and travel writer, Danielle Centoni, deliver’s a taste of the city’s superlative food scene into your own kitchen with recipes from the city’s best restaurants and bars.
The Love Bottle – The City of Portland is committed to building a sustainable, healthy and equitable future. It only makes sense that this beautiful, reusable glass water bottle (with a message of LOVE) from a local Certified B Corporation that meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency, is included. Nevertheless, water tastes better in glass and it’s better for you…you’ll LOVE it.
Folk Bottle Opener – In Portland, we respect our beer. This appreciation starts with the opening of the bottle, as a great beer needs to be savored. That’s why you’ll find this art piece (bottle opener crafted by a foundry in Portland), that has been meticulously ground, sanded and polished by hand, in the box.
Alma Chocolate – Two, Sea Salt Hazelnut Crunch Bars. The only thing better than chocolate is Portland Chocolate. These award winning bars pay tribute to our Pacific NW ingredients featuring Woodblock chocolate with a hazelnut praline center, finished with local hazelnuts and Oregon-harvested Jacobsen sea salt.
Portland Postcard – Designed by the best of Portland’s creatives, you’ll want to display this art piece on the fridge. It provides an introduction to the City with room for a handwritten message from you – the gift giver, to the lucky recipient.
Bonus Gifts – Pendleton Notebook, because we love to dream big in the City of Roses! Write it down, put it out there and watch it grow. NW Blue Kitchen Towel, because that towel had special powers behind the makings of this brand. And, it’s a GREAT kitchen towel! WEIRD? Why of course, this is Portland. Portland Coasters – with a history of lumberjacks, papermakers and former mills in close proximity to this timber town – we salute the trade with handmade paper map coasters from a local urban letterpress print shop – you’ll need a parking spot for your beer.