Wishing all our friends a very happy Passover. Click here to view the April 2016 newsletter. http://p0.vresp.com/xhrmrt
Purim is over and as we turn our attention towards Pesach, another hectic period for us here at Tamarim, it’s time to reflect on our busiest month ever. March 2016 has certainly been a mega month in more ways than one. We got off to a flying start quite literally as both Tammy and I […]
Each gift is made by us with the same care and attention to detail that you would put into your own packaging. We ensure delivery is made by coordinating times and locations with each recipient. Every year, we are grateful for the positive response and growth in returning clients.
This year, we decided to work with local, family owned business in Israel to offer the best quality products at the best prices. Because they are not readily available in most stores, recipients are always thrilled to enjoy the unique flavors and smells. This year’s baskets include the following:
Aura Coffee – locally roasted fresh coffee
Bat Shlomo Vineyards – fine Israeli wines
Bubbies Babkas – homemade cookies, cakes and hamantashen
Ceremonie – tea blends and herbal infusions
De Karina Chocolatier – hand made chocolates from the North of Israel
Meshek Lin – jams, spreads and olive oil
With an assortment of these products, plus our signature dried fruits and nuts, you will be sure to wow anyone.
Of course, we offer Student Gifts filled with a variety of sweets and salty treats that are both familiar from home and fun Israeli products.
Click here to order Mishloach Manot in delivered in Israel http://p0.vresp.com/Z6k829
Tamar and I are excited to come to NY to meet with the Olim at the NBN Mega Aliyah Fair on March 6, 2016.
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Please click on the link to see our newsletter. Happy New Year 2016
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