The Perfect 10
Great gifts to delight everyone on your list.
For the Imbibing Locavore
Bully Boy Vodka
The Willis brothers — whose ancestors churned out artisanal spirits on the family farm during the Prohibition era — launched their distillery earlier this year, and are also producing white whiskey and white rum.
$29, Brix, 105 Broad St., Boston; 1284 Washington St., Boston; 617-542-2749, brixwineshop.com.
For the Ramblin’ Man
This work-overnighter hybrid, made of waxed cotton and trimmed with leather, fits a laptop, a few magazines, jeans, and a clean pair of boxers.
$335, Stel’s, 334 Newbury St., Boston, 617-262-3348, shopstels.com.
For the Retro Techie
Areaware Alarm Clock
Slip an iPhone into this beech dock and watch the numbers flip by — then get an old-fashioned wake-up call.
$42, Koo de Kir, 65 Chestnut St., Boston, 617-723-8111, koodekir.com.
For the Low-Key Gardener
Table & Tulip Terrariums
Frequent travelers and black thumbs who long for house plants will love these succulent arrangements: Just add indirect sunlight and the occasional spritz, and they’ll thrive.
Starting at $85, Table & Tulip at Portobello Road, 23 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, 617-264-2020, portobelloroadusa.com.
For the Music Aficionado
Bowers & Wilkins “P5” Headphones
Every T commute turns into a personal concert with these noise-insulating headphones. Rock on.
$300, Audio Concepts, 870 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 617-734-1800; 90 Commonwealth Ave., North Attleboro, 508-699-8819; audioconcepts.com.
For the Funky Fashionista
Cynthia Rowley Clutch
Cure her style blahs with this cheeky pill-inspired number — instant Dr. Mario chic.
$225, Cynthia Rowley, 164 Newbury St., Boston, 617-587-5240, cynthiarowley.com.
For the Toned Tree-Hugger
New Balance “Newsky” Sneakers
Your fit friend will feel good in — and about — these comfy, lightweight kicks: Approximately eight recycled plastic bottles go into each pair.
$95, New Balance, 218 Legacy Place, Dedham, 781-329-7300, shopnewbalance.com.
For the Discerning (Canine) Diner
Wetnõz dog Dishes
Hygienic (and durable) surgical-grade steel gives these dog bowls their shiny good looks.
$80–$130, Bark Place, 1721 Washington St., Boston, 857-362-7494, barkplacesouthend.com.