Product Review

Gift Idea: The Nut House & Country Market

November 1, 2017

This post has been compensated by The Nut House & Country Market. All opinions are mine alone.

Holy wow, it’s November already! I can hardly believe it! I have already been hard at work trying to do my Christmas shopping early so I don’t end up in a mad dash like I was last year. One thing that’s really important to me when it comes to gift shopping at any time of the year, is supporting local businesses and finding gifts that are unique and different and tailored specifically to the person I’m shopping for. So all season long, I’m going to post gift ideas that feature cool, local companies. This first post will be highlighting The Nut House & Country Market in Ridge Spring, SC.

This is *not* the kind of nut house I belong in, but it’s close enough. (photo via The Nut House & Country Market)

The Nut House & Country Market is owned and operated by Yon Family Farms, which produces one of my all-time favorite nuts: pecans! Their homemade pecan treats are made with pecans from their very own orchards in Ridge Spring, South Carolina, and have been beloved by hungry pecan lovers for over 20 years.

Made by hand by friendly, local folks! (photo via The Nut House & Country Market)

Perfect for the holidays, The Nut House & Country Market offers 2 different variety gift tins. The small features your choice of 3 treats at $25, and the large features a all 7 of their delicious treats, a whopping 1.5 pounds of pecan candy, at just $35 (only $10 more than the small tin)! They also offer about 15 different tin designs, so you can customize your tins to fit the perfect occasion.

Keeping it hyper-local with my design choice!


I tried one of their blue palmetto small tins, filled with my favorite candies: Pecan Pralines, Pecan Brittle, and Dark Chocolate Clusters. They were all really yummy, but my favorite was the pecan brittle. It was some of the best I’ve ever had!

It almost looks too pretty to eat! …almost.

They shipped my order out within 2 days of me ordering it, and I couldn’t be happier with the service, presentation, and flavor of my tin. They also offer corporate gifts, individual treats, plain pecans, and a number of local products, too, so be sure to shop local this holiday season!

That pecan brittle, though!

Order your treats: NutHouseAndCountryMarket.com

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1 Comment

  • Reply Meg Taylor November 2, 2017 at 1:17 pm

    YUM that variety pack in your last photo looks sooo good! What a fantastic gift for our friends up in New England who loves all the sweets they tried when they’ve visited.

    Meg, Borrowed Heaven

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