Chag Pesach Sameach! JLife showcases a selection of thoughtful, fun and downright tasty gift ideas to show your appreciation this Passover.
Coco for Cocoa
This tempting box of chocolates from De Karina contains artisan pralines in a choice of eight flavours: cappuccino, toffee, honey and cinnamon, nougat, vanilla, brandy cream, almond, and orange and Grand Marnier liqueur.
Israel’s De Karina chocolate boutique is based in the Golan Heights and is owned by food creator Karina Chaplinski. The company’s café and workshops have become popular with tourists and Israelis alike.
It’s a Puppet!
Delight the kids with these 10 felt finger puppets which depict the 10 plagues. Each finger puppet is individually packaged and the set includes finger puppets in assorted colours, felt decorations and googly eyes to assemble the 10 plagues of Egypt together.
A Mountain Range
Galilee’s is a producer of health foods from the Galilee region of Israel, and this series of unique natural creations means you too can now enjoy the authentic taste of the Galilee at home. This exclusive giftbox includes one bottle of Merlot red wine, hand-crafted with 100% Merlot grapes from vineyards throughout the hills and mountains of the region. It is then aged in French Oak barrels for 12 months. The set also includes one bottle of cold pressed pure extra virgin olive oil.
Remember the Passover story and inject a little fun into your celebrations with these plastic squeaking Passover frogs. Frogs have increasingly become a light-hearted addition to Seder table decorations and offer a new way to help celebrants and young children remember the Israelites’ journey to freedom.
Jewish holidays are the perfect excuse to spoil your friends and family, and luxurious gifts such as toiletries are always a welcome and thoughtful token.
Israeli cosmetics company Ahava specialises in products made of mud and mineral-based compounds from the Dead Sea, and this kit for men includes the best of its skincare line to keep skin smooth – all in airline-approved sizes inside a durable but stylish travel bag.
If you prefer fresh, youthful aromas with your white wine, then this intensely fruity Chenin Blanc tasting of nectarine, gooseberry and pine from Herzog Wine Cellars in California is the one for you.
The wine has a bright, clean finish and is ideal to bring along to a Seder meal or to enjoy over the Pesach period as an aperitif.