A subscription box company created to promote Lebanese culture has launched new boxes perfect for any lover of Lebanon.
The ‘Koullouna‘ concept aims to connect Lebanese expats with local products that celebrate Lebanese culture, tastes, smells and sounds.
According to its website, Koullouna sends surprise themed boxes to a subscriber’s doorstep every month.
- Dark chocolate by Eshmoon
- Strawberry and rose petal jam by Mymoune
- Sumac by Adonis Valley
- Amareddine by Al-Rifai
- Wild thyme by Shams Permaculture
- A pillowcase by Art7ake
- A postcard designed by Hoda Adra
- A bottle of Almaza
- Two coasters by Images d’Orient
- A bag of nuts from Castania
- A bowl for your nuts by Verdi
- Zaatar crackers and other nibbles by Rural Delights Cooperative
- A tote bag by Inoui
- 3 healthy bars from Freekeh Bites
- A Labneh bag from IRAP
- 2 coffee cups made with recycled glass by GGRIL
- A pack of Zaatar by The Good Thymes
- A jar of honey by Miel Du Levant
- A pack of Coffee by Cafe Najjar
- A postcard by Mimo Quirks
- A pair of socks by Sikasok
- The book “L’Etoile Phoenicienne” by Tania Bonja Honein
- A bookmark by L’Artisan du Liban
- A suitcase tag by 10452 DNA
- A soap by the Soap Museum in Saida
- A pack of Anis seeds by Abido spices
- A postcard designed by Cindy Daccache
The subscription cost is about 39 euros, or $45 per month.
Koullouna also has gift options available on their website.