Though he is not bound by the laws of physics, Santa Claus is duty bound to eat every cookie, brisket, and can of pumpkin pie filling you leave out for him. Feed the big guy some fine fair with today’s Groupon: for $33, you get a Pacific Coast Harvest holiday gift box from Alpine Tree & Wreath (a $66 value). A box includes the following:
- One bottle of Pacific Coast Harvest red blend wine (a $13 value)
- Custom-made Pacific Coast Harvest cedar box (a $10 value)
- 3-ounce bar of Theo’s organic holiday-line chocolate (a $4 value)
- Selection of organic fruit (an $8 value), including:
- One pomegranate
- Four minneola tangelos
- Two bartlett pears
- Two fuji apples
- Sweets and spice mix (a $2 value), including:
- One packet hot cocoa
- One packet hot cider
- Two cinnamon sticks
- Two candy canes
- Gift certificate for $10 off purchase of any Christmas tree
- Certificate for 30% off two weeks of Pacific Coast Harvest home deliveries (a $19 value)
Customers may have a name stenciled on the box for an additional $5.
The friendly staffers at Alpine Tree & Wreath package seasonal goodies inside the Pacific Coast Harvest holiday gift box, a jolly blend of fruit, wine, and sweets. Each cavernous care-package is a horn of plenty, gifting recipients things to munch, sip, share, and throw at roving highwayman who venture too close to civilization. Gift boxes also bring the promise of future comestibles with a 30% discount on two weeks of organic home delivery, as well as $10 off the purchase of one of Alpine Tree & Wreath’s verdant Christmas trees, such as a Douglas ($26+) or Noble Fir ($40+). Customers can pick up their harvest December 12–15 at the Northgate Mall Christmas tree lot, and tote it home to make amends for last year’s stocking full of misprinted business cards.
Alpine Tree & Wreath
In the Medicine Man parking lot, holiday tunes fill the air as Alpine Tree & Wreath’s friendly, full-service staffers help guests select festive holiday decorations. Their stock includes a wealth of wreaths, garlands available by the foot, and noble firs that range from a compact two feet to an eagle-enticing eight. As they browse greenery, patrons can sip on complementary cider and hot chocolate.
401 NE Northgate Way
Seattle, Washington 98125