The Gifted Ones Introduces Valentine’s Gift Basket Collection

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The Gifted Ones, a New York City based gourmet gift basket and corporate gift service, has introduced its 2004 ValentineÂ?s Day line of gifts and gift baskets, all available on its new website, http://www.thegiftedones.com.

The Gifted Ones, a New York City based gourmet gift basket and corporate gift service, has introduced its 2004 Valentine’s Day line of gifts and gift baskets, all available on its new website, http://www.thegiftedones.com. The Valentine collection is true to The Gifted Ones' reputation for personalized service and tasteful, stylish products; they still eschew anything mass-produced and change their inventory to match the season.

With an assortment of over twenty different gift selections ranging in price from $20 to $200 and up, their 2004 Valentine catalog is designed to meet the needs of every budget.

“Our Loving Cups” are wonderful red and pink retro cups with heart-shaped saucers and filled with Saxon’s chocolate enrobed sugar cookies, a perfect-pot of coffee, two chocolate spoons and milk chocolate hearts. What better way to “espresso” your feelings!

Whether you’re sending the "Young at Heart" gift basket to your favorite little ones or you want to awaken the kid in your valentine, this is the ideal gift. They will love the jelly bean heart, the iced sugar cookie, Peeps, a choco-pal, a bag of jube hearts, a bubble gum buddy, a Valentine bobble-head, and white chocolate-covered Oreos. A “childish” gift for the kid in all of us!

The outrageous “Good Clean Fun” is a paint can stuffed with everything you need for some bath time fun. There’s a champagne bottle of “passion” bubble bath, Robinwood’s temporary instructional tattoos, a vanilla-scented votive candle, cherry body paint, chocolate shower bar for two, and pomegranate crush scented heart bath bomb and soap. Rub-a-dub-dub!

What better way to send Valentine wishes than the “Warm Hearted Wishes” - a silver wire heart filled with a Linzer torte, Cupid’s Arrow tea, a bag of cashews, old-fashioned peppermints, a tin of Kopper’s chocolate sweethearts, Too Good Gourmet’s raspberry tea cookies and a bag of microwave fudge. Guaranteed to “melt the heart” of family, friends and clients.

Your message will be very clear when you send the “You’re Hot Stuff” red wicker pepper basket stuffed with Buffalo Bill’s tortilla chips, Gifted Ones salsa, Byrd’s jalapeno cheese biscuits, jalapeno chocolates, strawberry daiquiri mix, and a tin of cinnamon red hots, hot cinnamon malted balls and a plush bear devil. We really “turn-up the heat” with this gift!

The words will not get in the way with the “Sweet Talking” classic silver heart basket overflowing with a tin of chocolate peppermint cocoa, Byrd’s incredible Conversation cookies, DiCamillo’s almond biscotti, a tin of old-fashioned conversation hearts, delicious chocolate turtles, Joseph Schmidt’s truffle hearts, a bag of jelly hearts and a truly unique “Sweet Talk” ball. Let this gift do the talking!

Just add a little mood music to the “Cocktails for Two” and together you and your Valentine can create your favorite bar right at home. There’s a tube of chocolate vodka shots, a tin of hot buttered rum spice, two cocktail nibblers, chocolate sardines, pina colada cordials, bloody mary biscuits, bloody mary nut mix, margarita nut mix and a large bottle of delicious strawberry daiquiri mix. There will be no next morning regrets when you send this gift.

Other Gift baskets and keepsake gifts include antique clock box comes overflowing with elegant gifts of romance, a wide variety of old fashioned and modern picnic baskets, velvet stacked boxes and gift baskets.

Since 1986, a little West Village shop called The Gifted Ones, nestled between Greenwich and Waverly Place at 150 West 10th Street, has quietly been bringing smiles and panache to just about any occasion with its unique gourmet gift baskets. The Gifted Ones is available online at http://www.thegiftedones.com and toll-free at 1-866-443-8332.

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