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Our pick of the whiskies to toast the life and work of Scotland's national poet on January 25

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Sustenance served up as nature intended can give us a boost. IndyBest suggests snacks, oils and drinks for healthy eating
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Make sure your washing dries quickly and safely at home. IndyBest gets hung up on finding the most efficient gadget for the job
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Put the kettle on and get out the best crockery – it’s time tea party time. IndyBest finds serveware that will impress your guests
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From PJ sets for traditionalists to lounging gear for lazy Sundays, IndyBest finds the comfiest bedwear for blokes
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Begin 2015 as you mean to go on: by eating and living well. Here are some recipe collections to kick-start your efforts
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Get organised in 2015. IndyBest finds stationery to keep you on track and on time this year
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Beat the winter-induced frizz and rock party-ready hair with our edit of the best straighteners
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Whatever you’re drinking tonight, uncork the bottle in style. IndyBest tests the top gadgets for oenophiles
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Too many parties and not enough sleep? Under-eye concealer to the rescue
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Treat an aspiring Messi or Milner to new footwear this Christmas. Tom Sheen kicks off the search for the perfect pair
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Entertain little minds and encourage early reading skills with our best books for three to five year olds
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Beauty gifts don't have to be wildly expensive; take your pick from our favourites under £20
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Whether she's into fashion or photography, Annalee Mather has all the gifts you need to please that teenage girl
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For children’s toys that are inventive, educational and hard-wearing, too, why not choose something made from wood? IndyBest picks out the best buys
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Whether you're a serious cyclist, a would-be yoga bunny, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, get these on your Christmas list
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Get them talking, rather than grunting, on Christmas morning with Oscar Quine's pick of the presents for teen boys
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Make someone’s Christmas with a gourmet delivery. IndyBest delves into the wickerwork to find the treats
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10 best soundbars

As TVs have got thinner and thinner, so has their sound. Soundbars are becoming increasingly popular as a way of getting round the often tinny and weak sound of new TVs, and can bring a whole new life to films, TV shows and games. They come in a range of shapes, sizes and intended uses – and we’ve picked through the best.

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