Christmas Gifts are Made In Oklahoma

Use your senses of smell, taste and sight to find an Oklahoma-made gift for the holidays.
BY KELI CLARK Published: December 2, 2012
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Holiday shopping is stressful, but searching for the perfect gift to slip under the Christmas tree will be much easier if you just use your senses — of smell, taste and sight.

This year, keep it local with a Made in Oklahoma gift.

Smell

The mouthwatering aroma of fruit pie, the soothing scent of peppermint or a whiff of fresh ground coffee reminds us of one of our favorite places to be — Mom's kitchen. Unfortunately we can't always travel home for the holidays, but you can make the short trek to the Keepsake Candle Company in Bartlesville where these delectable scents can be found in the form of a candle. This Oklahoma-based company offers a wide array of scents, sizes and styles. In addition to the yummy-smelling candles, Keepsake offers several other distinctively shaped candles in its Christmas, Native Echoes and Pottery collections.

For a complete listing and sample images of the candles, visit keepsakecandles.com or call (888) 636-0351 for ordering and shipping information.

Taste

The Christmas season brings to mind visions of sugarplums dancing in our heads. But a true candy lover will tell you there's nothing better than chocolate in the hand. At Bedre Chocolates, this melt-in-your-mouth product comes in a wide variety of choices. Some of the more popular items featured at the Pauls Valley facility are the slightly salty but sweet chocolate-covered potato chips known as Crisps. You'll find it difficult to choose just one item, so why not go for an extreme chocolate holiday with, clusters, twists and milk chocolate molds in the shape of cowboy boots, hats and the state of Oklahoma. The meltaways feature a variety of filled centers with caramel, dark chocolate espresso, mint and raspberry.

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