Winter Gifts Buying Guide
For some, winter might be their favorite season. They love watching the snow flutter down, sitting by a fire wrapped up in a blanket, drinking hot chocolate and whatever else the season might bring. Others might like it less, but everyone can appreciate the coziness that comes with the cold weather. Along with that, the winter allows for some of the best gifts for birthdays, Mystery Maccabee, Hanukkah, Secret Santa if you play with coworkers or just because! These winter gifts will hit the spot when it comes to giving the best gift this time of the year.
Dead Sea Products
The cold weather means dry skin, which could get uncomfortable, but lucky enough, Israel's very own Dead Sea has healing properties that refresh and rejuvenate the skin. Delicious smelling hand creams like Sea-Kissed and Spring Blossom are perfect to keep in one's bag for quick moisture while body lotions, butters and oils are great to give to for over all moisture. Some of the favorites include a pineapple and white peach body butter and AHAVA's Multi-Vitamin Dry Oil Body Mist. One might also appreciate a scrub like this patchouli lavender or some Dead Sea mud to really rehydrate their skin while getting a full spa experience.
Israel sweatshirts are a favorite when dressing warmly for the weather. Featuring top IDF units like Sayeret Matkal and Nachal, great Zionist leaders including Theodor Herzl and Golda Meir, Jerusalem, art, history and more, these cozy sweatshirts are great quality and fun to receive. Show that you stand with Israel or are constantly praying for the peace of Jerusalem with a sweatshirt as warm as the Jewish homeland! With Hanukkah right around the corner, a sweatshirt from Israel would make the perfect gift for all age ranges, even for those with a sense of humor. Feel the warmth of Israel with any of these original sweatshirts.
The mugs at the Judaica WebStore are just the best! Witty, cute, funny, inspirational and artistic, there is a huge selection to choose from by Israel's most beloved artists. Barbara Shaw's quirky style is pure fun, like with her Jewish Mothers mug and her mug made for a mensch. Armenian Ceramics has beautiful mugs featuring Jerusalem, camels, and their classic floral design. There are also mugs by Ofek Wertman featuring paintings by Reuven Rubin, like Herod's Gate, classic Hebrew quotes, and those with Hebrew slang, featuring the words Kapara, Sababa, and more. There is always something for everyone and whichever one you pick out will quickly become their favorite for drinking hot chocolate or tea.
Israelis love their tea and so do most people! Tea from Israel is always a special treat, made with herbs and fruits grown in Israel. So many tasty flavors to choose from including fruity flavors like mango and passionfruit tea and pomegranate, masala chai and classics like mint and chamomile. Want to make someone the ultimate gift set? Choose a tea, add on one of Israel's most incredible honeys, and put it all together with a cute mug! Tea is the gift that keeps on giving since it is easy to share and is guaranteed to warm you up and put a smile on your face.