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The excitement leading up to Pesach here in Israel starts way before the holiday begins.
With spring cleaning underway, Seder preparations and school holiday beginning the week before, there’s a feeling that everyone is getting ready for Pesach together.
When Seder night arrives, the traffic begins as families and friends get together to celebrate (don’t forget, here in Israel we only have one Seder!).
Throughout the week, Israelis love to travel throughout the country and enjoy the perfect spring weather.
It’s a special time of year and this month, we’re bringing you the best of Pesach here in Israel.
What’s inside your Pesach IsraeliBox?
Walnut sack by Ma’arag
Filled with Israeli walnuts, this sack is imprinted with the words “Chag Aviv Sameach” meaning “Happy Spring Holiday” (another name for Pesach here in Israel!). Walnuts are the perfect way to decorate your holiday table, to use in your charoset or to snack on.
Date and Nut Charoset by Meshek Lin
This date and nut charoset is a great addition to your Pesach seder plate. Featuring dates, apples and walnuts, you’ll love the interesting twist of Israeli flavors throughout the holiday!
Fragrant “Sack of Health” by Body Shop
Pesach is the time for spring cleaning, and this sack will add a great smell to your closet, bathroom or car. Imprinted with the words “sack of health”, the sack serves as a reminder that after such a crazy period, it’s time to wish ourselves good health in the coming year.
Adorned Silver Spoon by Danon
This silver spoon is a special addition to this month’s box, bringing Israeli designs and symbols into your home during Pesach (and is ideal for serving your charoset!).
Jerusalem Embroidered Kitchen Towel by Emanuel
This hand embroidered towel will remind you of your connection to Jerusalem and the hope that we’ll all be together next year here in Israel!
What is women’s empowerment in here in Israel? It’s women skyrocketing to new heights in business, the army, and in society in general. It’s women supporting one another to be anything and everything they want to be, shaping the future of Israel. Women’s empowerment is also looking at the darker side of things: the areas in which women are still struggling in our culture and identifying areas for improvement. This month, in honor of International Women’s Day, we’re diving into all aspects of women’s empowerment here in Israel.
What’s inside your Empowerment Women Box?
Maya’s stickers by Eti Ashkenazi (Graphic Designer)
Maya loved to draw from a young age. This sticker page includes her drawings as well as quotes that Maya’s parents have chosen to remember her by. At age 14 Maya said “I will always try to change things for the better, even if it’s the smallest thing. I’ll always try for more, because I know I can”. Eti, the designer behind the stickers volunteered to organize their sale, donating the proceeds, and more.
Crunchy Peanut Butter by Rusty’s
This crunchy peanut butter is made using Israeli peanuts and Himalayan salt. Check out our blog this month for some creative ideas.
Orchid Nights Body Cream by Body Shop
This body cream, from the “Orchid Nights” product line, is enriched with mango, dates and vitamin E, which are great for anti-aging. At the end of the day, part of women’s empowerment is self-care, and this cream is your perfect chance to kick back, relax and smell great.
Jewelry Dish by Ori Aroesti
This jewelry dish is the perfect place to rest your jewelry at the end of your day, adding an Israeli twist to your collection. And hey, here’s the perfect excuse to pamper yourself with some new gorgeous jewelry, to go with your one-of-a-kind dish J
“At Malka” notebook and postcards by Shlomit and Na’ama
Shlomit and Na’ama are sisters and graphic designers, with the mission to empower women through their “At Malka” series meaning “You’re a queen”. Through the inspiring messages on each product, Shlomit and Na’ama want to remind women of their inner power, and their ability to see the best in each situation and moment, leading to the life they wish to lead. This month’s box features a notebook and cards with motivational statements.
We love to celebrate the beauty of Israeli nature all year long, but the ultimate highlight is in January, the month when we celebrate Tu B’shvat.
“The New Year of the Trees” as it’s called in Hebrew, Israelis take the opportunity to plant trees, eat fruits (both dried and fresh) and to raise ecological awareness.
The timing of Tu B’shvat couldn’t be better, as Israelis flock to the gorgeous sites throughout the country in the comfortable weather and enjoy everything that our country has to offer.
This month, we’re sending you our favorite tastes and sights from Israeli nature. You’ll feel like you’re sitting in the middle of one of our forests, we promise.
What’s inside your IsraeliBox Nature Box?
DIY Basil by Atzitz Tari
What’s a better way to celebrate Tu B’Shvat than planting your own basil? This DIY set is a great activity and looks chic and fun in the colorful mini “trash can”. Each set includes dirt, fertilizer and seeds. You’ll be reminded everyday of your own personal Israeli plant in your home, no matter where you’re located in the world!
Charcoal Deodorant by Olio
Olio’s charcoal deodorant made from olive oil, jojoba oil straight from the Negev, shea and coconut butter and more.
Dark Chocolate Pecans & Cocoa Pearls by De Karina
These dark chocolate pecan and cocoa pearls are the perfect addition to your Tu B’Shvat celebration.
Nut, Almond and Cranberry Mix from Shuk Hacarmel
This nut, almond and cranberry mix comes straight from Israel’s forests to your table. Check out our blog this month for ideas of how to include them in your cooking!
Flower Printed on Wood “Picture” by Gali Ahava M’mabat Rishon (Gali love at first sight)
This piece is made by transferring the flower image to the wood using a special technique resulting in a unique look. The frame is made of recycled wood, making each piece unique and different.
Shabbat. Need we say more? Something special happens here in Israel from Friday evening to Motzei Shabbat (Saturday evening). Everything slows down. The focus changes. The food changes. The atmosphere is unique and so, so wonderful. From family dinners, brunches, trips around our gorgeous country to everything else that is Shabbat, there’s a reason we all wait for this one-of-a-kind day of the week. We embrace the religious aspects of the day, while recognizing that here in Israel, Shabbat is so much more. This month, we’re bringing you the box you’ve all been waiting for, celebrating Shabbat and everything it encompasses.
What’s inside your Shabbat Box?
Shabbat Candles by SHEKEL
Designed exclusively for Israelibox, these gorgeous white, turquoise and blue candles are made and packaged as part of the assistance program at SHEKEL. These unique and stunning candles will make your Shabbat even more special
“Shabbat Shalom” Runner by MyHoMy
. Adding a Shabbat Shalom runner to your dinner table brings Israel and the Hebrew language one step closer to your home. 100% heat-proof, it’s both beautiful and practical for all of your Shabbat meals.
Tajine Spice by Ayelet’s Spices
This month we’re including the Tajine spice featuring paprika, fennel, cinnamon, turmeric and more, making it the perfect spice for your slow-cooked Shabbat dishes (see our blog for ideas!).
“Eshet Hail” bracelet by Meydalle
“Eshet Hail” or “Women of Valor” bracelet was chosen just for you, our Israelibox women. With a navy band and gold plate, wear your piece as a reminder of your strength and connection to our biblical language.
Halva and Date Spread by Tamar Kinneret
This halva (made of sesame) and date spread is the perfect addition to your Shabbat brunch, leaving you dreaming of the glorious Israeli breakfast spreads.
Who doesn’t love Chanukah? There’s something special in the air during Chanukah in Israel. The smell (and sight) of Sufganiyot everywhere you go, the Chanukiyot (Menorahs) in the windowsill of every home, office and school, the feeling of togetherness and celebration. Chanukah symbolizes the coming of winter for Israelis, the weather cools down and it’s a chance to get together with family and friends for delicious food, songs and games. This month, we’re bringing you the charm of Chanukah straight from the land where everything happened – Nes Gadol Haya Po (A great miracle happened here).
What’s inside your Chanukah Box?
Twisting Candle by TNX (Shekulo Tov Group)
Chanukah is the festival of lights so we’re bringing you a unique candle this month, made by our cause of the month, Shekulo Tov. Twist the different parts of the candle (reminds us of a dreidel, right?) for a fun and interesting look.
Venice Spice Mix by Tavlinim Shel Ayelet (Ayelet’s Spices)
This month we’re including the Venice Spice Mix featuring sweet paprika, cumin, garlic, basil and more. Our suggestion? Add it to your potato latkes for a unique Chanukah treat. Check out the recipe on our blog this month!
“Nes Gadol” Coffee Mug by Nisha Gifts
During Chanukah we discuss the “Nes Gadol”, aka the big miracle. Did you know that “nes” also means instant coffee in Hebrew? Nes Gadol can also mean large coffee. It’s a fun play on words that will leave you smiling with each sip.
Orange “Kara Kara” jam by The Well Delicatessen
The “Kara Kara” orange jam is the perfect way to change up the traditional sufganiya this Chanukah season. It’s a juicy jam, made from the Israeli oranges grown in northern Israel each winter (called Kara Kara).
Sufganiya napkins and Chanukah Sameach toothpicks by Hillula
In this month’s box you’ll find two special Chanukah treats to make your table and party a bit more fun: sufganiya napkins and Chanukah Sameach (Happy Chanukah) napkins. They are the perfect Israeli addition to your celebration.
There’s something totally different about fall in Israel. The summer lingers on until October when the short, but wonderful, fall begins. There’s a smell of citrus in the air, the weather is perfect, campsites are packed, the sunsets are the best of the year and so much more. The bird migration every year is a breathtaking site, attracting people from all over the country (and typically, the world) to see the millions of birds that visit Israel yearly.
What’s inside your Israeli Fall Box?
Cause of the Box: G’vanim Shel Matok (Shades of Sweet)
As ice cream season comes to an end, enjoy some delicious milk chocolate with Oreo pieces, made with love by the youth of G’vanim Shel Matok.
Tissue Holder by Chaguta
Chaguta’s handmade tissue holder with this one-of-a-kind fall design made exclusively for IsraeliBox.
Apple Cider & Nana Fresh Fruit Infusions by Sod Hateva (Nature’s Secret)
Fresh Nana (mint) and apple cider infusions, perfect for sitting back and enjoying a warm drink on a cool fall evening
Stork Note Pad by Yael Naaman
Yael’s Stork note pad will remind you of the beauty and nature of Israel while jotting down your to-do list or any other notes.
Pomegranate, Olive, Grape Hand Cream by Dr. Dabour
Dr. Dabour’s cream to heal dried out and cracking hands without leaving an oily feel. Made with no alcohol, preservatives, mineral oils or synthetic materials.
The Galilee region in the north of Israel symbolizes something magical for us.
Filled with a rich history, breathtaking views, wonderful hikes, fabulous restaurants, the massive Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) and so much more, the area has something for everyone.
Many Israelis think of the Galilee as an escape- a moment to get away, enjoy a bottle of wine at one of Israel’s top-notch wineries, take a dip at the northern beaches and enjoy nature.
This box will transport you to the mindset and the views of the Galilee, allowing you to discover some of its greatest treasures. Enjoy them, they’re something special.
What’s inside your Glilee IsraeliBox?
Pure Silan by Tamar Kinneret
Silan (date syrup) can be found in all Israeli homes. Sweet, healthy and delicious, use it with everything from a topping on yogurt to dressings and even as a marinade on meat dishes. We’ve added a recipe featuring silan to our blog this month that you don’t want to miss.
Natural Lip Balm by Teva Hagalil
100% natural lip balm made of Jojoba oil and shea butter with bits of chamomile. All oils and butters are natural, leaving your lips feeling great. No preservatives, parabens, synthetic scents or oils. Straight from the Galilee Mountains.
Authentic Spoon Rest from the Acre Shuk
This gorgeous spoon rest comes straight from the alleyways of the Acre Shuk (market), an ancient city in the Galilee. Super practical and adding an authentic Middle Eastern flare to your kitchen, this is a must-have to enhance every cooking experience.
Green Olives with Galilee Spices by Zeta Olive Oil
Nothing says Galilee like olives. Topped with Galilee Flavoring and Olive Oil, you’ll feel like you’re sitting on the shore of the Kinneret while snacking on these.
Ceramic Bird by Maarag
This turquoise ceramic bird is the perfect decorative piece adding a bit of Galilee color and charm to your home. This design was created at Maarag – Cochav Hatzafon Rehabilitation Center, our cause of the month
Rosh Hashana marks a new beginning. (Boy, does this year need a restart…)
New beginnings are what spins the circle of life. Everything we do, from the daily mundane things to the big and meaningful, ones they all have a beginning and an end.
Babies are born, the beginning of a new school year in kindergarten or school, graduation and joining the army, starting a new job, a wedding, moving into a new home, the beginning of a new month, a new week, and even the start of a fresh new day at dawn, just watching the sun rise.
What’s inside your Rosh Hashana IsraeliBox?
Milk & Honey Body Polish by Body Shop Israel
Foamy body pealing wash, gently exfoliates dead skin cells. Enriched with natural oils and moisturizers that gives you a healthy, velvety and glowing skin, the milk & honey aroma is peaceful and relaxing.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Ptora
Black label extra virgin olive oil, holds the Israeli quality seal. A balanced, fruity and pleasantly aromatic olive oil. The olive groves in Ptora are grown naturally, without use of fertilizers and pesticides.
Wild Flowers Honey by Lin’s Farm
Pure and natural honey from a variety of Israeli wild flowers by Lin’s Farm. To make this year extra sweet for you!
Pomegranate Hot Pot Coaster by 1/2 cup of Sugar
A beautiful melamine coaster for hot things on your table, designed as a pomegranate and covered in Hebrew quotes from Jewish and Israeli sources and songs. All for the Rimon – may the New Year be filled with blessings like the pomegranate seeds.
Ceramic Fish Wall Hanger by Maarag
A unique ceramic fish to decorate your home and remind you to always be head and not tail. This delicate design was created at Maarag – Cochav Hatzafon Rehabilitation Center.
The 15 of the month of Av marks the Jewish festival of LOVE, Tu Be’Av. Celebrating Israeli Love = אהבה together with you all month long. Israeli romance and famous Israeli love stories are fascinating and filled with the exact amount of drama, emotions, human sensitivity and passion. We fall in love in the army, as the majority of us spent 18 – 21 as soldiers, after that in University and later on in life. Young love, family life, mature love, proud love, unique love stories and ordinary ones. Love is the single most important thing for all humans, and this month we celebrate this incredible, crazy, beautiful thing called Ahava.
What’s inside your Israeli Ahava IsraeliBox?
Replenishing Facial Serum by Lavido
Revive, Nourish and Protect. Fits skin types: normal to dry, mature skin. Made by Lavido with key ingredients: Pomegranate, Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin. Visibly plumps skin. Improves and restores moisture retention. Stimulates collagen production.
Fenster’s Toffee by Oded Fenster
Milk toffee – a combination of fresh toffee, Atlantic sea salt, chocolate and cream. All hand made in Israel. Sweets for your sweet… Sugar for your honey…
Salt & Pepper Shakers by 1/2 cup of Sugar
A beautiful pair of salt and pepper shakers covered in Hebrew words for food, kitchen and cooking extra fun! Salt and pepper complete each other, the yin and yang of food. What a pair they make!
Ahava Coasters by Ofek Wertman
A set of 2 Ahava coasters – the iconic Israeli symbol of love now on your table with each cup of coffee or tea.
Fabric Heart Key Chain by Shikum Acher
A sweet heart shaped key chain. Soft and happy. Made by hand by people coping with mental disabilities in Israel.
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