Made in Surrey

Skip the big box stores and shop local by purchasing “Made in Surrey” products. Whether you’re shopping for the trendsetter in your life, the foodie or someone with exquisite taste, Surrey’s makers have got you covered. Surrey’s homegrown, small businesses offer a wide array of locally made and truly unique products that are sure to delight anyone on your gift list. Here are a few Made in Surrey items that we know you’re going to love.

Mukasi Coffee Roasters

A true story of resilience in the face of discouragement, the lovely folks behind Mukasi Coffee Roasters started roasting their coffee in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Beans are sourced from around the globe and they roast in small batches to ensure each bean’s unique flavours and characteristics are amplified in every sip. Purchase directly from their website or from Kaffina Cafe (100-2950 King George Blvd) in South Surrey.


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Semiahmoo Potters

Shop the talented potters of the Semiahmoo Potters Society for truly unique and one of a kind pieces.  From functional, yet still beautiful, mugs and bowls to whimsical ornaments and art pieces, each piece is as unique as the artist who created it.  Each artisan sells their creations on their own platforms, and contact information can be found on the Semiahmoo Potters website.

CPC Woodcraft

A love of local craft beer led husband and wife team, Carlos & Candice, to design and create beer gear for themselves and their friends! Choose from beautifully handcrafted Bottle Openers, Flight Paddles and Charcuterie Boards, and pair them with a selection of local craft beer from one of Surrey’s breweries for the ultimate gift for any beer enthusiast. Act fast, the flight paddles are a hot commodity! Shop their Etsy shop.

Cedar Cider

Cedar Cider is a farm-based cidery located in South Surrey’s Hazelmere Valley. With a focus on 100% organic farming practices, growing heritage trees and picking the fruit by hand, they produce exquisite small-batch natural ciders made with natural yeasts and no filtering. Inspired by hot BC summer days, the ciders feature pressed juices and locally sourced fruits.  Order direct from their website, or visit Everything Wine at The Shops at Morgan Crossing in South Surrey.


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Mainland Whisky

Hand-crafted, made in small batches and never chill-filtered, Surrey’s newest distillery, Mainland Whisky honours traditional moonshine practices, and their unique recipes highlight British Columbia organic corn and barley. Opened in 2019 with just 3 offerings (Corn Whisky, Cinnamon Whisky and Wild Rose), Mainland continues to get creative and now offer a variety of whisky liqueurs like Triple Sec and Cherry Cordial, in addition to their highly giftable cocktails in a bottle. Shop at the distillery (107-3425 189 St) or online.


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The delicious seasoning blends from South Surrey’s SpiceWorks are handcrafted and mixed using the highest-quality ingredients. From their best-selling Butter Chicken to Mexican Chili or Greek Souvlaki, their seasoning blends make it easy to dine around the world in the comfort of your own kitchen. Shop online or at a retailer near you.


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Honeybee Centre

Honey is one of those foods that has the most benefit when produced as close to where you live as possible. And the Honeybee Centre’s honey is collected from their own hives located right here in the Lower Mainland! They place the bees in local fruit fields where they pollinate the flowers, which leads to higher yields and more honey!  Visit the gift shop (7480 176 St) or shop online from a selection of all things honey and bees including honey flights, beeswax candles, beeswax food wraps and mason bee house kits.


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Loafing Shed Glass Studio

The Loafing Shed Glass Studio is the home studio of glass-blower, Robert Gary Parkes. With over 25 years of manipulating molten glass, Robert’s works reflect nature and are often influenced by a combination of colours, patterns and shapes. This year studio visits are by appointment only, giving you the opportunity to select from a variety of beautiful glass ornaments in a calm, intimate environment. And while you’re there be sure to stock up on festively-packaged jams and preserves made by Robert’s wife, Jeanette.

The Loafing Shed Glass Blowing Gallery

Studio Seventy Three

Studio Seventy Three is a collective of artists specializing in creating both decorative and functional glassware, and wearable art through the use of molding and fusing techniques. The studio, run by Community Living Society (CLS), proudly displays and sells the work of artists, helping foster self-confidence, social development, and artist community spirit. This year the studio is closed to shopping, but orders can be placed via their online store.


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