The Sea Food Lovers Gift Box
Feel the Aegean Breeze with this gift box with goodies from the Aegean sea.
Olive Wood Serving Board: Olive wood has been used since Ancient Greece in the Mediterranean for items of daily use. This fish shaped board is made from original natural olive wood and has been oiled with a layer of pure olive oil without any trace of polish or chemicals. Ideal for serving finger food and other treats to accompany your wine.
Greek Sea Salt with Herbs and Spices: Given the enormous coastline of Greece, it is no surprise that salt has been a primitive source of food. “It values its weight in gold”, said the Ancient Greeks. This gift box includes a jar of 100gr sea salt with Greek herbs and spices.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Lemon: Extra virgin olive oil produced on Crete island, the largest island on the Aegean sea. The olive oil from Koroneiki olive variety is infused with lemon aromas resulting in a super-charged vinaigrette (Ladolemono as it is called in Greek). Cherish the olive tree, the fruit and the farmers involved in this extra virgin olive oil’s production. It comes in a 250ml round glass bottle.
Design Object “Lithi”: This design object is called Lithi, which means “Oblivion” and is made from Greek marble and contains olive oil and sea water from the Aegean, materials that represent the sun, water and earth, three of Greece's most emphatic characteristics. It was designed to be watertight and act as an abstract hourglass that shows the flow of time.
Octopus Card Postal: A sea themed card postal with an octopus (Chtapodi) from Greece, painted in the same style the ancient minoans used to depict sea creatures which played such a key role in their lives.
Sardine Keychain: A keychain with a sardine to remind you of the Aegean sea and the sun in Greece.
Greek lucky eye bracelet: The classic Greek “lucky eye” symbol charm aims to ward off the effects of the Matiasma. Matiasma means “evil eye” in Greek, and is often shortened to mati which means eye. Blue charms shaped like eyes worn on a necklace or a bracelet “reflect” the evil. The lucky eye is the most commonly talked about ancient tradition in the Greek Isles. Celebrate Greek culture with a Greek lucky eye bracelet!