Shares6Shares60Share with your friendsYour NameYour EmailRecipient EmailEnter a MessageI read this article and found it very interesting, thought it might be something for you. The article is called The best souvenirs to buy in Austin and is located at https://www.cheaptickets.com/blog/2017/03/the-best-souvenirs-to-buy-in-austin/.CaptchaSubmit Berit Baugher | Fathom2017-03-17T12:35:01+00:00 Leave a comment One thing we know for sure: You will definitely leave your heart in Austin. But picking up a few reminders of time well spent in the Texas capital of cool might be one way to ease separation anxiety (and your squad won’t exactly hate you if you return home with a few gifts for them.) Peruse the list below and give us a holler at CheapTickets.com when planning your next Austin escape! After you’ve danced away the night at one too many honky tonks, eaten enough barbecue to last a lifetime, and decided that you actually don’t mind country music, souvenir hunting will be the last thing on your mind. To make your vacation shopping a little easier, we’ve rounded up our favorite Austin-centric items — goods guaranteed to remind you of an amazing trip. Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto Learn how to cook Texas-style barbecue from the very best. The folks behind the wildly popular Austin restaurant teach readers how to build at-home smokers, tend perfect fires, and source top-quality meats. ($15) Legend: Best of Willie Nelson Jam out to a compilation of tunes from Austin’s hometown legend. ($12) Austin Breakfast Tacos There’s a taco for every occasion in Austin, but without a doubt, the crowd favorite is the one served at breakfast. With over forty recipes, authors Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece show readers how to replicate the Texan delicacy at home. ($17) Jo’s House Blend Coffee Made in collaboration with Stumptown, the citrus, honey, and cinnamon-flavored blend was created for Jo’s, a local coffee institution known for drawing an eclectic mix of artists, musicians, and techies. ($14) Keep Austin Weird T-Shirt Don the city’s unofficial motto with a tourist tee that won’t feel too out of place once you get home. ($17) Cowboy Boots from Allen’s Boots Spruce up any look with a pair of authentic leather cowboy boots from the city’s top western wear emporium. ($220) Bad Dog Bar Craft Sarsaparilla Dry Bitters Mix up a taste of the old west with small-batch, sarsaparilla-flavored cocktail bitters. ($19) Yellowbird Habanero Sauce Made from a spicy blend of carrots, habanero peppers, onions, garlic, tangerine juice, and lime, the fiery hot sauce is a mainstay on just about every Austin table. ($13) Tito’s Handmade Vodka Handmade in small batches using old-fashioned pot stills, the smooth-tasting vodka is produced in Austin’s oldest legal distillery. ($45) Wildsam Field Guides: Austin Peruse the artful field guide pre- and post-trip. Stuffed with interviews, essays, and travel miscellany, it’s a piece of travel ephemera that you’ll go back to again and again. ($18) Anvil + Aura Tiny Herkimer Studs Made by hand in Austin, the simple diamond studs are inspired by the wide open spaces of West Texas. ($315) Stag Austin Senators Hat Root for the (former) home team with a vintage-style cap made from old baseball flannel. ($54) This article was written by Berit Baugher from Fathom and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tagged: Texas Related Posts No related articles.