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Droubna’s Olives: A balanced bitter, sour and salty taste

Olive trees (Olea europaea) belonging to the Oleacea family which grows in the Mediterranean, tropical and central Asia are some of the oldest trees ever harvested by humans, a practice that dates back more than 8,000 years. Today, olive trees are grown both for their oil and their fruit “olives”. Olives are small, round fruits...
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Droubna Zaatar: A camphoraceous aroma coupled with as strong, pungent and astringent flavor

Thyme, Zaatar, زعتر او سعتر او صعتر is the Arabic term for a plant that belongs to the genera Origanum  specifically to the herb that is Origanum syriacum. Commonly called Lebanese oregano or Syrian oregano, Origanum syriacum is a bushy aromatic perennial evergreen herb. Thyme is a general name given of plants of four genera...
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Distinctive crown-shaped Pomegranates: Royalty amongst fruits

One of the paradise fruits mentioned in the Holy Quran and described in the old testament to define the richness of the Holy Land, Pomegranates are cultivated namely in warm lands, and abundantly in the Mediterranean region. Pomegranates’ silhouette of a usually red rind, surmounted by a distinctive crown define them as royalty amongst fruits,...
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