1 Olive Oil and 2 Honeys Box

This gift box features Keros Olive Oil from Vordonia, Greece, Ilia Honey from Vordonia, Greece, and Irini Honey from Sitia, Greece. Keros is an elegant and complex olive oil, with a rich, grassy nose and hints of fresh herbs, and a round, buttery, peppery finish. Ilia is an earthy honey with intense flavor, floral notes of thyme, and a rich, sweet finish. Irini Honey has an herbal, savory flavor with an intense thyme flower aroma and pleasant, sweet finish.

These world-class items are presented together in a wood keepsake box and finished with an Ancient Foods ribbon. This gift box is sure to please the foodie in your life.

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    This gift box features Keros Olive Oil from Vordonia, Greece, Ilia Honey from Vordonia, Greece, and Irini Honey from Sitia, Greece. Keros is an elegant and complex olive oil, with a rich, grassy nose and hints of fresh herbs, and a round, buttery, peppery finish. Ilia is an earthy honey with intense flavor, floral notes of thyme, and a rich, sweet finish. Irini Honey has an herbal, savory flavor with an intense thyme flower aroma and pleasant, sweet finish.

    These world-class items are presented together in a wood keepsake box and finished with an Ancient Foods ribbon. This gift box is sure to please the foodie in your life.

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    Keros is a 100% USDA Organic certified product.

Artisan Standing Next to Olive Tree

The Source & History of Kerós

Olive trees in Vordonia are among the oldest in the world, dating centuries and even millenia. Gianni's family has lived in this quaint village on the outskirts of Sparta on Mount Taygetos for many generations. They harvest an ancient Athenian varietal in the arid rock, which creates truly elegant flavors and promotes good health. The oil from this tiny village is renowned by the locals.

Artisan Holding Hive Box in Greece

The Source & History of Ilía

Stavros lives in Vordonia. His family have been beekeepers across the mountains of Sparta for generations, producing the finest honey in the region. Years ago, a Japanese delegation arrived unannounced and asked for this specific honey. When the locals asked why they had come, they explained that the Emperor of Japan had received and tasted the honey by chance, and loved it so much, that he sent them here to discover why it was so special.

Follow the Journey

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