The 30 Most Brooklyn Products Ever

Brooklyn. It's more than a borough; it's a brand, synonymous with products that are locally made and internationally respected.
In the past few years, the allure of Brooklyn has expanded beyond great vintage finds, craft beers, and artisanal coffee shops; today, the mere idea of Brooklyn-made products, which have garnered a cult-like following of people searching for items (be it food, liquor, or home decor) that are sourced and produced in NYC's most populated borough, can be a serious shopping draw. There's even an official logo for products demonstrating the appropriate level of "Brooklyn-ness."
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With all of the chocolates and linens and cold brews and face creams hailing from BK, it can certainly be overwhelming. Fear not, we rounded up 30 of our faves from, arguably, the most happening 'hood around.
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Photo: Courtesy of Bee Raw.
Bee Raw Honey is 100% natural, unprocessed, and unfiltered — and very involved in helping to save the bees.
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Photo: Courtesy of Psyche.
Nina Berenato of Psyche makes pieces from recycled metals and ethically-sourced stones. Beyoncé and Lady Gaga are both fans.
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Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Candle Studio.
Brooklyn Candle Studio's delicious-smelling soy candles are hand-poured into adorable mason jars by "fragrance mixologist" Tamara Jerardo.
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Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Brine Company.
Brooklyn Brine Co.: Delighting Kings County pickle lovers since 2010.
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Photo: Courtesy of Barbara Campbell.
If you're looking for a custom-made conversation piece, hit up Crown Heights-based accessories designer Barbara Campbell.
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Photo: Courtesy of Alexandra Ferguson.
Alexandra Ferguson's pillows aren't just sassy — they're also made exclusively from recycled materials.
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Photo: Courtesy of With Love, From Brooklyn.
Everyone in Greenpoint knows that Bellocq Tea Atelier brings next-level tea game.
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Photo: Courtesy of The Chili Lab.
Everything about The Chili Lab is local: Its bottle illustrations, its label, its packaging, and its salts all come from other small Brooklyn companies.
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Photo: Courtesy of With Love, From Brooklyn.
When you sign a lease in Brooklyn, it should come with one of Claudia Pearson's iconic tea towels.
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Photo: Courtesy of Empire Mayonnaise Co.
We don't usually get excited about condiments, but Empire Mayonnaise makes small-batch non-GMO mayo in flavors that will totally blow your mind.
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Photo: Courtesy of Species By The Thousands.
Inspired by seances and tarot card readings, Erica Bradbury's Williamsburg store is as quirky and quaint as its jewelry line.
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Photo: Courtesy of Grady's.
We're partial to Grady's Cold Brew at R29 — come summertime, it's basically our power source.
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Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Limegreen.
Nothing rivals Brooklyn Limegreen's organic, raw, and unrefined sensibility.
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Photo: Courtesy of Sesame Letterpress Shop.
Sesame Letterpress' supplies come from local vendors, and most materials are made right in New York. Oh, and even their coasters just happen to be frame-worthy.
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Photo: Courtesy of Spoonable.
The sweetest thing coming out of Bed-Stuy.
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Photo: Courtesy of MCMC.
Sister duo Anne and Katie McClain craft and bottle each of their fragrances by hand, right in their Brooklyn studio. It's kind of the borough's signature scent.
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Photo: Courtesy of Clam Lab.
Clair Catillaz's clay pieces are all carefully crafted (with love) in her Brooklyn studio.
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Photo: Courtesy of King's County Distillery.
Fun fact: It might only be four years old, but Kings County Distillery is New York City's oldest operating whiskey distillery. It also produces some of the best bourbon we've ever tasted.
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Photo: Courtesy of Kria Jewelry.
Designer Johanna Methusalemsdottir of Kria, who moved to New York from Iceland when she was a teenager, crafts all her delicate jewels by hand.
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Photo: Courtesy of BKLYN Larder.
Salty Road has the perfect rags-to-riches story, moving from a Brooklyn apartment to its very own candy factory.
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Photo: Courtesy of S.W. Basics.
Consider S.W. Basics's motto 'farm-to-table, but for your skin.' Its ingredients are all-natural, and its combinations are simple. Plus, it was started in founder Adina Grigore's kitchen.
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Photo: Courtesy of BKLYN Larder.
Founder Nekisia Davis left her post at popular Park Slope pizzeria Franny's to start baking granola — and we couldn't be happier she did.
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Photo: Courtesy of Ft. Greene Farms.
Sriracha is hot in Brooklyn, but Ft. Greene Farms's blend may reign supreme: It uses garlic, shallots, lime, and fresno chili made right in the 'hood.
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Photo: Courtesy of Mast Brothers Chocolate.
Mast Brothers: The Willy Wonkas of Williamsburg.
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Photo: Courtesy of Hart-Variations.
Jewelry made from feathers, bones, snakeskin, and insects? Yes, please.
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Photo: Courtesy of With Love, From Brooklyn.
Shake, rattle, and roll. Learn to make a cocktail from the best Brooklyn has to offer: Eric Prum and Josh Williams, the guys behind The Mason Shaker.
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Photo: Courtesy of Hartland Brooklyn.
Hartland Brooklyn's paper products are decorated by vegetable based inks and local foil stamping, and they're sent with love in 100% post consumer paper bags.
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Photo: Courtesy of Soapwalla.
Good things for your skin, coming out of the Gowanus.
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Photo: Courtesy of The Jam Stand.
The Jam Stand's motto? "Packaged food doesn’t have to mean processed food." Amen.
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Photo: Courtesy of King's County Jerky Company.
Hand-trimmed beef + hand-roasted spices = The best beef jerky Brooklyn can handle.
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