Best Gift Ideas for Hanukkah

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Updated July 5, 2021
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Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,700 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.

As the holiday season quickly approaches, you may be in search of some of the best gifts for Hannukah. While you may not want to spend extravagant amounts of money, there are all types of thoughtful presents that you can give to friends and family. If you’re looking to get your loved one something special this year or just want to buy a gift that will make someone smile through all eight nights of celebration, these are our top picks. 

Hanukkah Gift Ideas For Food Lovers

To impress a foodie, you must impress them through their stomach. For the food lover on your list, take a look at New York Shuk’s wide array of spice blends which offer authentic Israeli and Middle Eastern flavors and is certified Orthodox Union (OU) Kosher. Looking for something more substantial? Try a three- or six-month subscription to Zingerman’s Deli Bakers Club, specializing in traditional Jewish baked goods for a gift that keeps on giving.

Hanukkah Gifts For Kids

It’s a lovely sight seeing your kids embrace the tradition of Hanukkah and history of the Maccabees. The exciting tale is perhaps only overshadowed by the eight nights of presents! While kids today may not find much excitement with a wooden dreidel or fake coins, that doesn’t mean you can’t put a spin on these classic presents of the past. For instance, check out this Light-Up Laser Dreidel which spins at high-speeds, lights up and plays music. Similarly, books are a productive present for a child — for interfaith families, take a look at Daddy Christmas and Hanukkah Mama, a storybook with a good lesson about accepting the beliefs of all people. 

Hanukkah Gifts Of Comfort

Give the gift of comfort this Hanukkah season, with something that will help your loved ones feel warm and cozy. And, there’s so many options like blankets, robes and candles. Skip the traditional throw and go for something like The Comfy, a wearable blanket that comes in a one-size-fits-all design. Or, wrap yourself in luxury with an ultra-plush Parachute Cotton Robe. If those don’t work out, take a look at Diptyque Candles, a luxury brand that’s known for its unique scents made in Paris. It’ll be perfect for when gathering around the fire, winding down the celebration and enjoying the company of family. 

Hanukkah Gift Ideas For The Wine Lover

Hanukkah is a time to unwind from the busy year and relax with those that are important to you. And it’s a perfect time to break out the wine when you’re gathered for a meal at Passover. The best way to please the wine lover in your life is to place an order with Kosher Wine Club. You could also go to the store and browse the many independent Jewish wine brewers popping up around the country and build your own gift basket — don’t forget the Manischewitz!

Hanukkah Gift Ideas For Those Who Love Sparkles

For those that love presents that sparkle, there are several products out there that look great yet aren’t too lavish in the spirit of the holiday. Since lighting the menorah is such a crucial component of the Hanukkah tradition, consider Chassan’s Place silver menorahs, which come in a variety of styles and prices. Another fantastic idea for both men and women is a new timepiece. Find something that’s fit for the best of the best, like some of these great pilot watches

Hanukkah Gift Ideas For The Adventurous

If you’d rather give something exciting this holiday season, there’s nothing more memorable than the gift of flight. This Hanukkah, try out a Discovery Flight from Inflight Pilot Training and impress the thrill-seeker in your life. With this, the recipient gets to hop in a cockpit and fly an airplane under the direction of a certified flight instructor (CFI), while receiving introductory training on what it’s like to be a pilot — and they can even bring you along! Whether they have an interest in flying or simply want to see the world from thousands of feet above, this is a gift that will leave them with an unforgettable experience. Searching for more great gifts for the future pilot in your life? Check out our post: 20 Holiday Gifts For Pilots.

Ready to give the gift of flight?

Get in touch with the team of CFIs at Inflight Pilot Training. We’re the Twin Cities’ leading flight school and will put you on a path toward certification. Become a private pilot, work toward commercial licensing or simply take an aerial tour of Minneapolis/St. Paul — no matter what you’re looking for, we’ll supply you with the perfect gift for the budding aviator in your life (even if it’s you!)

Learn more about our thrilling Discovery Flight packages by contacting Inflight Pilot Training. Call (952) 698-3000 or fill out a contact form to learn more about our pilot programs.


Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,700 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.