1 // Glass Plate, $175
Inspired by Bermuda’s turquoise ocean, this elegant glass plate is handmade by artisans at Dockyard Glassworks, a working West-End studio where you can watch them blow and roll hot molten glass from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Thursday. Coloured with natural minerals and bits of metal oxides, each plate is a one-of-a-kind work of art.
Bermuda Glassworks, Royal Naval Dockyard
2 // Pink House Gin, $52.50
Launched in 2019 by Roy Fellowes, a Northern Irishman who’s lived in Bermuda for more than 30 years, this versatile pink gin is flavoured with island-inspired botanicals, including hibiscus, mint, blood orange and rose petals. Serve it on the rocks with a twist for a refreshing tipple.
Miles Market, City of Hamilton
3 // Cedar Earrings, $75
Made from sustainably sourced Bermuda cedar with gold mix wire fashioned to hint at the island’s triangle lore, these handsome earrings are a contemporary addition to any jewellery box. Searching for something masculine? Then look for Lemoncello’s cedar cufflinks, which feature maps of the island engraved on their face.
TABS, City of Hamilton
4 // Sail Cloth Purse, $85
Made in St. George’s from recycled sail cloth and stitched together by some of Bermuda’s most accomplished sail crafters, this elegant purse will forever remind you of your time by the water.
Ocean Sails, Town of St. George
5 // Oatbelievable Granola, $8.50
Handmade in Bermuda by husband-and-wife team Tyrone and Joanna Smith, this grab-and-go granola is made with organic, gluten-free oats and various combinations of dried fruit and nuts.
Lindo’s, Devonshire or Warwick