Biblical Sampler Box


The Botanicals of the Bible

Botanical flavors of the Bible still live among us today, valued for their delicious taste, curative powers, meaning. The fragrant herbs such as lavender and hibiscus, believed to be the Rose of Sharon, brewed as a tea. Honey drawn from bees and fruits, ancient sweeteners.

Grapes & Almonds – A Promise of Spring

Grapes are mentioned more often than any other fruits in the Bible and were used for multiple purposes and enjoyed many ways, including as raisins.  The beautiful almond flower is the first to bloom in the Mediterranean and Middle East. Enjoyed raw, sugar coated dragees, or in ancient confections like marzipan, almonds are an ancient symbol of spring, renewal, and promising beginnings.

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