Starter Box

$55.00

Shalom from Israel!
This sweet box is a taste of Israel with regards from our beautiful culture and land. A little reminder to bring back the memories for those who miss it and to give a taste of its wonders for those who haven’t visited yet.
Have a beautiful Israeli experience and shalom from Israel!

You’ll want to know that:

  • Everything inside the box is kosher
  • Free shipping worldwide
  • Standard shipping time is up to 14 business days
  • For express shipping please contact our customer service at sayhello@israelibox.co
  • Each box is beautifully wrapped and carefully packed
  • You can add your own personal greeting words
  • All made, designed, or manufactured in Israel

Description

What’s inside your Starter IsraeliBox?

Magen David Candle by SHEKEL (Social Product)
This gorgeous Magen David-shaped candle made by our cause of the box, will look great on any surface in your home and even more spectacular when lit!

Shakshuka Spice Mix– by Ayelet Spices
Inspired by her personal no-gluten, no-sugar diet, Ayelet invites her (online) shop visitors to “do the Shuk” right from their own homes.
What is more Israeli than Shakshuka?
This special spice mix features paprika, salt, chili, garlic, cumin, thyme, oregano, basil & parsley.
This mix is full of color and flavor, and is especially delicious with Shakshuka. Check out our special recipe on our blog.

Mud Soap – Dead Sea Mud by Seamantika
Seamantika is a unique brand that combines the power of plants, oils, and fruits along with the precious minerals of the Dead Sea in Israel. Based on the historically renowned mud from the Dead Sea, this soap works to effectively cleanse the skin by eliminating grime and unclogging pores while also moisturizing the skin with nourishing minerals, leaving skin restored and glowing.

Special Armenian Designed Handmade Shabbat Candlesticks from The Old City SHUK in Jerusalem
A pair of handcrafted ceramic Shabbat candlesticks painted in the ancient traditional Armenian design.
The Armenian quarter of Jerusalem today, is the only remaining place in the world where you can still find this unique, almost extinct craftsmanship and art.

 

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