Joost
Joost
Joost

Joost

£34.00 GBP

Understated & practical whilst being luxurious at the same time.  Our Joost edit contains our best selling Striped Peshtemal - one of the most useful items there is - it can be used as a towel, a scarf, a throw or a blanket.  We have combined it with a beautiful Vegan Leather notebook, perfect for those who like to write down their thoughts and two packets of Piccolo seeds.

Packaged in a Complimentary Foke Gift box, wrapped in ribbon and with a hand written card.

Contains:

A classic black & cream Striped Peshtemal made by local artisans in Turkey.  This is our best selling colour-way as it is a timeless classic that works for everyone - these are as popular with men as women and they work well as a scarf, towel, blanket, throw -  the perfect gift for someone even if they have everything already!  Made from 100% cotton and woven on looms in small ateliers, using traditional techniques.  Dimensions:  100cm x 180cm

Black Notebook by Monk & Anna - made of vegan leather - 15 x 21 cm

Nigella, also known as Black Cumin (100 seeds) - is an annual, flowering plant native to Asia and the Middle East. Its wispy, elegant, blue flowers look stunning in any garden or balcony arrangement and, if you can resist picking the delicate blooms, the seed pods that develop from the flowers are equally glorious. In fact, the seeds are the edible part of the plant and are widely used in Indian, Middle Eastern and Slavic cooking for their strong aroma and spicy taste. If you ever enjoyed Turkish bread and wondered what the tasty little black seed on top of it was—it’s Nigella. It’s hard to believe that such a delicate little flower packs such a flavourful punch, indispensable in Indian and Asian cuisine.

San Marzano Tomatoes - are, without doubt, gods of the tomato world. And, like any other god, they have their own creation myth: the story goes that the first San Marzano seed came to Italy in 1770 as a gift from the Viceroyalty of Perù to the Kingdom of Naples. They were first grown in San Marzano sul Sarno village and have since become known as ‘the most important industrial tomato of the twentieth century’. With its firm, thick flesh and sweet taste, this variety was found to be perfect for the manufacture and exportation of pelati (peeled, tinned whole tomatoes), which have become popular all over the world. Indeed, pizza and pasta would not be the same without these distinctive, pointy, bright-red fruits. And this dwarf, determinate edition is no less than a god in miniature!