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8 great edible gifts you can only get from these places in Singapore

For the person who has everything, it can be hard to think of something unique to get. But fret not, here’s a list of exclusive – and some, meaningful – edible gifts to satisfy the soul.

After all, isn’t the way to the heart through the stomach?

The Cheese Artisans

  • Smokey Blue Yan Xun Wei Whole w Slice

    01: Yan Xun Wei “Smokey Blue” - $10.50/100g

    Developed by in-house cheese-monger Oliver Sutton, the Yan Xun Wei is a wheel of blue cheese, lightly smoked with hickory and age in Chinese black tea for a month. The result is a fudge-like cheese that is mellow and creamy, with a slight fragrance and touch of bitterness from the tea towards the rind.

18 Greenwood Avenue, Tel: 6463 2711



01: DOI Vegetables from Thailand

Consider this: fresh gifts from the King’s farm. These vegetables are part of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 1969 Royal Project initiative in combating the deforestation, poverty and opium production in Thailand’s tribal villages. Farmed in the mountainous regions of Chiangmai, vegetables are picked two days before shipment to ensure freshness.
110 Holland Avenue, Tel: 6264 8389


Emporium Shokuhin

  • Ishizuchi Sake Bar 1

    01: Exclusive sakes

    Partnering with sake brewer Ishizuchi Shuzo, Emporium Shokuhin launched a sake bar featuring more than 60 blends. Along with that, it’s attached liquor store offers exclusive sale of the award-winning Ishizuchi Gentei Daiginjo Tobindori ($480). Other premium sakes from Juyondai, Dassai, Kokuryu and Tatenokawa are also available.

6 Raffles Boulevard, Tel: 6224 3433



  • 01: Chocolate Concierge - $12.90 per bar

    Artisanal chocolatier Chocolate Concierge sources the best cocoa beans farmed in Pahang, Malaysia to create two dark chocolates: TEMUAN and TEMUAN+ with cocoa nibs.

2 McCallum Street, Tel: 6221 2105   &   41 Robertson Quay, Tel: 9736 4032