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6 perfect stocking stuffers

Delight your family with these wonderful stocking stuffers

1. L.A. Burdick Chocolate Mice ($34 for nine)

Yes, they're almost too adorable to eat. But New Hampshire chocolatier L.A. Burdick is famous for its chocolate mice, created in a three-day, 12-step process. "The crunchy toasted almond ears are the best part." Buy it at Burdick Chocolate.

2. The General's Hot Sauce ($23)

The General's Dead Red is made from peppers grown in Louisiana, and it's "one of those sauces that are just so amazing you want to put them on ­everything." The Triple Threat package includes two other varieties, all from a company founded by Army and Navy veterans. Buy it at Amazon.

3. Midwest Tungsten Spinning Top ($69)

Forget fidget spinners. Made from aerospace-grade tungsten, this connoisseur's top feels "satisfyingly dense and weighty," and its heft keeps it twirling a surprisingly long time. Buy it at Amazon.

4. Claus Porto Guest Soap ($23)

This rainbow of 15 delectable shea butter soaps "instantly gives any powder room a luxe upgrade." Buy it at Claus Porto.

5. Zootility PocketMonkey ($13)

This lovable multitool has 12 functions, including bottle opener, screwdriver, ruler, hex wrench, letter opener, and orange peeler. Laser cut from stainless steel, it's TSA-compliant and can fit in a wallet. Buy it at Amazon.

6. Aerie Monogram Pouch ($16)

This cute pouch in imitation leather is available in 10 color combinations, and — if you stick to ­popular letters with the ­recipients — a first initial. Buy it at Aerie.

Editor's note: Every week The Week's editors survey product reviews and articles in websites, newspapers, and magazines, to find cool and useful new items we think you'll like. We're now making it easier to purchase these selections through affiliate partnerships with certain retailers. The Week may get a share of the revenue from these purchases.

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