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10 gifts for people who love Nashville

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The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide

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The holiday season always brings up memories of home. If a loved one in your life is fond of Nashville, they'll love these gifts. From a Martin's Bar-B-Que Spice Bucket to a Ryman Hatch poster, these gifts will help anyone rock their Nashville pride.

1. For the person who wants to memorialize a specific neighborhood: Nashville wall maps

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Nashville Wall Maps

Hanging a map on your wall is a great way to celebrate a certain area. Nashville neighborhood maps from Hey Rooster come in eight different color combinations to let you pick the one that best goes with your decor. If you want to center a different area, look at the customized maps available at Grafomap. These can be detailed down to a specific address and printed on materials from paper to canvas to metal. 

2. For the cocktail connoisseur: Local spirits and a Nashville rocks glass

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Nashville Craft Naked Biscuit Sorghum Spirits and Urban Map Glass

A few years ago, Jim Myers added this Nashville-based sorghum spirit to his foodie gift guide. Called Naked Biscuit by the fine minds at Nashville Craft Distillery, their sorghum spirit rum is clear, potent and "smooth as your teeth the day you get your braces off" clear spirit. Not rum, not vodka, but something unlike anything on your liquor store shelves. It goes a long way in mixed drinks, especially with lemon and basil, or what the distillery folks call a "lemon biscuit."  

To get the full Music City experience, we recommend sipping your cocktails from a rocks glass etched with a map of Nashville. 

3. For the foodie who wants a taste of home: A trio of Nashville treats 

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint Spice Bucket, The Loveless Cafe Jammin Biscuits, and Goo Goo Cluster Goo Goo Gift Tin

Visitors and locals alike queue up lengthy lines to get their fill of Nashville staples Martin’s BBQ and Loveless Cafe. Now you can move those lines to your backyard grill and kitchen counter.

Martin’s spice bucket gives amateur pitmasters all the ammo they need to recreate those signature flavors at home. And Loveless Cafe’s biscuit mix will ensure you can duplicate those fluffy, downhome treats wherever you go - with a variety of fresh preserves to top them off. 

If you’ve been to the Nashville Airport, you’ve seen Goo Goo Clusters—and if you’ve ever tasted these delicious treats, you know why native Nashvillians stuff their bags full of these chocolate delicacies any time they travel. 

4. For the cook who wants to decorate the kitchen: Nashville mugs and hand towels

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Nashville Music City Campfire Mug and Nashville Skyline Hand Towel

If you want to add a little hometown cheer to your kitchen, start with these cute campfire mugs and tea towels. These vintage-inspired mugs are great for your morning cup of coffee or the occasional hot chocolate, and these cute hand towels showcasing the Nashville skyline will be the perfect way to clean up any spill. 

5. For the host: Tennessee cheese board

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Tennessee Cheese Board

A fun serving platter makes any appetizer tastier. Whether you're hosting a long-planned holiday party or an impromptu Titans tailgate, this bamboo board—precisely shaped in the silhouette of Tennessee—will be a great addition to your guest list. 

Get the State Cheese Board on Uncommon Goods for $48

6. For the music lover with empty walls: A poster from the Ryman gift shop

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Hatch posters from the Ryman Auditorium

The Ryman has hosted every musician worth their salt, and these iconic Hatch posters are just as legendary as the acts that grace its stage. Any music lover—even one who have never been to Nashville—would adore such a cool-looking keepsake. 

Get the Hatch posters at Ryman starting at $14.99

7. For the person who misses the ambiance: Homesick candle

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Tennessee Homesick Candle

Homesick offers high-quality scented candles that are designed to smell like your favorite place. The Tennessee version contains a mix of scents including lemon, spicy cloves, and patchouli. 

Get the Tennessee Homesick Candle on Uncommon Goods for $30 

8. For the person who wants to wear their Nashville pride: A hat with local ties

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Patch Trucker Mesh Hat

Can a trucker hat be tasteful? When it’s got a background that reflects the hues of a Middle Tennessee sunset, an eighth note and a silhouette of Nashville’s skyline with the ‘Batman Building’ the answer is, ‘Yes!’ 

Get the Patch Trucker Mesh Hat at Music City Shop for $19.99

9. For the newborn with impeccable taste: A onesie from Robert’s Western World

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: Tippin' the Bottle Baby Onesie

The Tennesseean's Juli Thanki has discussed Robert’s Western World's place as one of Nashville's most iconic country music and honkey-tonk venues. And, for many, the Lower Broad staple is honky tonk heaven. This adorable onesie will let the newborn in your life—and his or her parents—show off just how well-versed they are in the music scene. 

Get the Tippin' the Bottle Baby Onesie on Robert's Western World

10. For your squeaky clean friend: Nashville-themed soaps

The Tennessean / Reviewed 2019 gift guide: I Walk The Lime and Friends in Aloe Places Soaps

Every guest bathroom needs some cute soaps by the sink, and what better way to nod towards Nashville than with these country-themed bars? With punny names like I Walk the Lime and Friends in Aloe Places, they’re sure to impress any guest. 

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