The Top 10 Christmas Gifts from the Caribbean
Christmas is right around the corner and there are so many amazing and exceptional Caribbean gifts to choose from. Here are 10 recommended Caribbean products that would make an unforgettable Christmas gift for your family, friends, loved ones and co-workers.
1. Steel Pan
The steelpan is widely regarded as the only major musical instrument to be invented in the 20th century. It was created in Trinidad and Tobago. Consider gifting your loved ones this unique instrument. Click here to get one.
2. A Holiday
Gift someone a dream vacation! Surprise your loved ones, friends or business associates with a gift certificate to a vacation villa. Click here to find out more.
4. Pepper Sauce
You can’t have any Caribbean savoury dish without a touch of spiciness! Peppers are a staple in nearly every Caribbean household. Click here to buy a Caribbean pepper sauce.
Consider gifting your loved ones some authentic Jamaican Jerk Seasoning. Spice up their Christmas with some jerk! Click here to buy this flavourful seasoning.
“When music hits you, you feel no pain – Bob Marley.” Gift one of Bob Marley’s most popular albums here.
Gift someone the unique gift, that is a soca album! Purchase the King of soca, Machel Montano’s latest album here.
Some books can impart you with depths of knowledge. Take a look at these books and consider how these can be a great gift idea!
10. Angostura Bitters
Angostura Bitters is a Caribbean staple. It’s a key ingredient to give every drink a dash of Caribbean flavour. Click here to purchase one.
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Thanks for your mail. What a lovely way to promote our Caribbean region.