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1. Nói Siríus - Suðusúkkulaði
Traditional Icelandic Chocolate bar. Generations of Icelanders have grown up stealing this from their parents baking pantries. An absolute classic of a chocolate.
2. Nói Siríus - Kropp
A wise person once said that if you can get to know a nation’s candy you can get to know a nation’s heart (full disclosure: that wise person was interning at the Grapevine about 4 years ago and we stole his quote and didn't even give him credit). But he was right, if you dare to try our weird candy, we will love you for ever. And chances are - depending on the candy - that you will love Iceland and your self even more for making this daring gastronomic leap into the unknown.
3. Feed the Viking - Fish Jerky
The catch consistently meets top standards for purity and by means of the gentle traditional drying technology, the natural character of the fish, as well as the typical taste, structure, nutritional and physiological values, are maintained, without adding any preservatives, food enhancers or colours.
4. Feed the Viking - Lamb Stew
There are few foods more Icelandic than Lamb Stew. Now you can finally enjoy this traditional Viking Superfood freeze-dried!
Just to add 300 ml (10 oz) of boiling water into the bag, close it, let it rest for 5-10 minutes and enjoy.
5. Urta Islandica - Icelandic Herbal Tea with wild handpicked herbs
The herbs in this blend have been used for tea by natives since first settlement of Iceland.
The birch leaf has a mild taste and is considered Diuretic and detoxifying. Arctic thyme and Angelica seeds are both very tasty herbs with natural sweetness, considered good for all sorts of cold and cough. Icelandic moss is world famous health herb, which is believed to be good for the stomach.
6. Eunsan Huh - Iceland in Icons (book)
With English you have a word like “volcano” and you don’t know why it’s called a volcano. But with Icelandic it’s easy to understand that “Eldfjall” are two words put together–“fire” and “mountain”, so it’s a “fire-mountain”. This is a book that matches our quirky words with imagery, creating the ultimate visual aid for learning Icelandic – that’s not boring.
7. Sigurrós - Ágætis Byrjun (CD)
Takk... (Thanks...) is the fourth studio album by the Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós, one of the most successful record in Icelandic history is now available for shipping worldwide with original booklet and cover art.
What's not to like here? Enjoying the infamous Noa Crop candy while listening to Sigur Rós? It also comes to surprise how chocolate matches the Fish Jerky or hardfiskur like Icelanders call it - you won't believe it until you've tried it! It's brilliant how the Icelandic herbs from the tea and the meat soup (Lamb Stew) go hand in hand. The message? Just add hot water and you'll be warm during the winter. 10/10 - the Icelandic vibe is TANGIBLE in this box !!