• Amaretto Cherry Preserve
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      Amaretto Cherry Preserve
    • Amaretto Cherry Preserve
    • $2.50
    • In ancient times it was known as Mahleb cherry (Prunus mahaleb ) and nowadays its well known as Amaretto cherry of St. Lucie Cherry.  It has been used for centuries in the Middle East and the surrounding areas as a flavouring for baked goods. Recipes using the fruit or seed of the ‘ḫalub’ date back to ancient Sumer. In recent times it has…
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  • Ambrosia Princess (Queen Flower Spice) Ambrosia Princess (Queen Flower Spice)
    • Ambrosia Princess (Queen Flower Spice) Ambrosia Princess (Queen Flower Spice)
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    • Ambrosia Princess (Queen Flower Spice)
    • $14.95
    • According to medieval Armenian manuscripts the ingredients for this herbal infusion were used as an active blood cleanser and immune-booster. Ambrose means “immortal”, hence this tea was called ‘Heaven’s infusion’. This unique combination of queen flower (cephalaria alpine), safflower petals with cinnamon and cardamom, creates a symphony of delicate flavours. It is said that this blend was crafted for a…
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  • Armenian Tea (Wild Thyme & Mint Delight) Armenian Tea (Wild Thyme & Mint Delight)
    • Armenian Tea (Wild Thyme & Mint Delight) Armenian Tea (Wild Thyme & Mint Delight)
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    • Armenian Tea (Wild Thyme & Mint Delight)
    • $14.95
    • The effects of a balanced combination of carefully harvested wild mint and mountain thyme makes this infusion soothing and ideal for relaxation. According to the manuscripts, King Sanatruk (of Arshakuni dynasty) ordered his herbalists to serve this infusion to all palace guests as a sign of respect. According to historical references, this infusion is considered a digestive aid and an…
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  • Balasan (Elderberry-Mulberry Balsamic Vinegar) Balasan (Elderberry-Mulberry Balsamic Vinegar)
    • Balasan (Elderberry-Mulberry Balsamic Vinegar) Balasan (Elderberry-Mulberry Balsamic Vinegar)
    • Balasan (Elderberry-Mulberry Balsamic Vinegar)
    • $15.50
    • Any thick spicy fragrant liquid in Armenia was called BALASAN (Bahasan, Bol'-sam, Bacmas, Balsamico, etc). According to ancient manuscripts the Balasan (balsamic vinegar) was used as a dressing for meat, fruit and salad. In the ancient Armenian manuscripts, elderberry-mulberry balsamic vinegar was mentioned and used as a remedy for enriching the blood, the liver and the kidneys as well as…
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  • Cannabis Pepper for Beefsteak
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      Cannabis Pepper for Beefsteak
    • Cannabis Pepper for Beefsteak
    • $9.45
    • Armenian name of this spice plant that produce seeds like a pepper is ‘Hagni’ that translating as ‘Rhapsody’. This plant doesn’t have any connection with cannabis, its completely different species. But because it smells like cannabin and is used as a replacement for pepper, people called ‘Cannabis pepper’ or ‘Monks pepper’. Monks used Vitex agnus-castus as an anaphrodisiac (to curb…
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  • King’s Tea (Royal Palace Infusion) King’s Tea (Royal Palace Infusion)
    • King’s Tea (Royal Palace Infusion) King’s Tea (Royal Palace Infusion)
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    • King’s Tea (Royal Palace Infusion)
    • $14.95
    • The history of this tea dates back to the time before Christ and it has been passed on through  generations. Legend has it that a pregnant woman, who was grieving and under stress for the loss of her beloved husband during battle, was worried about the birth of her child. She prayed to God and begged him for help in…
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  • Mkhitarin (2009 vintage) Mkhitarin (2009 vintage)
    • Mkhitarin (2009 vintage) Mkhitarin (2009 vintage)
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    • Mkhitarin (2009 vintage)
    • $245.00
    • The recipe of this interesting blend, that provides internal rest and harmony, was discovered in medieval Armenian manuscripts where it was mentioned that it was used by monks as a relaxing infusion with an anti-stress sedative effects. It is made from wild hops, quince leaves and wild mint harvested when the sun and the moon are both in the sky.…
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  • Pomegranate Preserve (Paradise Fruit delicacy)
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      Pomegranate Preserve (Paradise Fruit delicacy)
    • Pomegranate Preserve (Paradise Fruit delicacy)
    • $2.50
    • In a small corner of the Mehgri region of Armenia, the Armeniac company with the support of the Megri community farmers union, crafted delicious treats of gourmet Pomegranate preserves with a modern creative twist. We are proud to introduce to the world market the unique artisanal product that merges the delectable combinations of wild pomegranate fruit seeds and pumpkin sugar…
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  • Pomegranatin (Longevity Infusion) Pomegranatin (Longevity Infusion)
    • Pomegranatin (Longevity Infusion) Pomegranatin (Longevity Infusion)
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    • Pomegranatin (Longevity Infusion)
    • $14.95
    • This is a delicious herbal infusion made from Armenian Rose (Pomegranate flowers) and Rose of Sudan (Hibiscus Sudanica) petals. It is known as the “Longevity Infusion”. This tea has an extraordinary pink colour and has a delightful sour taste. The hint of tartness refreshes mind and body. This freshly brewed tea may be served hot or chilled during warmer weather.…
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  • Pumpkin Sugar (Delicious tea complement) Pumpkin Sugar (Delicious tea complement)
    • Pumpkin Sugar (Delicious tea complement) Pumpkin Sugar (Delicious tea complement)
    • Pumpkin Sugar (Delicious tea complement)
    • $2.50
    • This unique raw pumpkin and brown sugar blend aromatized with the natural essential oil of lemon and clove, is recommended for use as a complement for any type of tea, particularly those that have black tea in, to enjoy a naturally flavoured personal cup of tea. Ingredients: pumpkin sugar and cinnamon-lemon natural extract Packaging: in 25 gram individual portion glass…
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  • Queen’s Nectar (Eternal Beauty Flower) Queen’s Nectar (Eternal Beauty Flower)
    • Queen’s Nectar (Eternal Beauty Flower) Queen’s Nectar (Eternal Beauty Flower)
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    • Queen’s Nectar (Eternal Beauty Flower)
    • $14.95
    • Around the 18th century Queen Tamara, in search of ‘eternal youth’, ordered her servants to search for magic herbs. After six months of searching, the servants found an old wise herbalist who granted the Queen’s wish, by combining sunny-sweet chamomile, wild violet, Armenian saffron (safflower) and queen flower (mountain cefalaria) petals to generate this delicate blend. Queen Tamara was surprised…
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  • Royal Cherry Preserve (Wild Cherry Rose)
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      Royal Cherry Preserve (Wild Cherry Rose)
    • Royal Cherry Preserve (Wild Cherry Rose)
    • $2.50
    • The cherry is undoubtedly one of the most attractive fruits anywhere in the world.  Cherry-picking time is a joy and true manifestation of summer. The cherry is native to Asia Minor, particularly ancient Armenian Anatolia. The story is that the Roman general Lucullus is responsible for diffusing the cherry to the world. When he set foot in the northern Anatolian…
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