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Must Haves For Summer

By HRES Staff Writer - May 24, 2018

WasSUP?
Perfect for all our glorious East End waterways, this SIC Maui paddleboard gives a great ride for flat water surfing or wave riding. Hang ten! Available at Main Beach Surf & Sport in Wainscott. $950 www.mainbeach.com

Dish It Out
You can’t have enough serving bowls. Handmade in Australia using porcelain clay sourced directly from Limoges, the pigment of Mud tableware is processed to provide depth of color. Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. Available at French Presse in Amagansett. www.frenchpresse.com

Drink Local
When in Rome and when in the Hamptons, drink local. This rosé, a blend of cabernet franc and merlot grapes, was made in Amagansett with local grapes. Notes of red fruits and strawberries dominate the nose and palate of this perfect summertime rosé. Available at Amagansett Wine & Spirits. $18.99

Summer in a Jar
This half-pound jar of Marvelous May honey from local beekeeper Mary Woltz of Bees’ Needs is a golden celebration of summer. This early Spring harvested batch is a light delicate honey primarily composed of nectar from the black locust tree. Found at a farm stand or farmers market near you. Prices vary. www.beesneeds.com

Shop in Style
A stylish tote for your groceries, the Hamptons Market Bag from Clic in East Hampton, is just the ticket and you’ll be doing good too. Bangladesh Project connects local artisans with a global market and provides fair wage jobs. $70 www.clic.com

The Skinny on Fat Bikes
“Fat” is the word in bikes these days. Highly versatile, they are used for everything from riding around with your kids to aggressive off-trail mountain biking. Think of them as the SUV of bikes – they can even be ridden in sand. Available at Bermuda Bikes in East Hampton. $1,400 www.bermudabikes.com

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