Nabtih Unveils Authentic Palestinian Delicacies & Gift Baskets for Eid Al Adha

As Eid Al Adha approaches, Nabtih proudly presents its latest array: a delightful assortment of Palestinian delicacies and gift baskets, meticulously assembled to honour the region’s rich culinary legacy and cultural customs.
Eid Al Adha embodies joy, generosity, and communal sharing, making it the perfect occasion to spread the flavours of Palestine among loved ones. Nabtih’s Delicacies and Gift Baskets are carefully curated to offer recipients an authentic taste, featuring premium ingredients chosen for their quality and cultural significance.
Our Delicacies and Gift Baskets celebrate the essence of Palestinian cuisine and artistry,” remarked Mohamad Merhi, Managing Director at Cypher Urban Roastery. “Each item in our collection is a testament to the rich flavours and cultural heritage, inviting recipients to immerse themselves in the heart of our cherished cuisine.”
These gift baskets showcase a variety of exquisite treats such as aromatic za’atar, premium olive oil sourced locally, and zesty sumac—key ingredients in regional culinary traditions. Additionally, the baskets feature intricately crafted coasters and traditional fridge holders, handmade by local artisans, infusing each home with regional craftsmanship and culture.
Beyond honouring the culinary heritage, Nabtih stands out not only for its commitment to promoting local craftsmanship but also for its sustainable business practices. As part of Cypher Urban Roastery’s ethos, Nabtih purchases exquisite creations directly from artisans, supporting their livelihoods and preserving traditional crafts.
Moreover, Nabtih’s Delicacies & Gift Baskets offer a meaningful way to support local artisans and communities. By featuring their handmade creations in the baskets, Nabtih aims to spotlight the talent and resilience of artisans while fostering economic empowerment within the community.
For more information on Nabtih and Cypher Urban Roastery, you can visit their website and instagram/facebook pages.

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