A perfect gift for the one that wants to experience the best that Icelandic nature has to offer.
Traditionally Iceland Moss was used in baked bread and in hot drinks to fight cold and flue symptoms and ease stomach pain.
Our syrup can be used for this purpose in various ways e.g. by blending it with vodka to create a sweet tinkture, to mix it together with lemon in herbal tea or blend it with hot milk and a pinch of salt to make a healing drink for sick children and adults.
The syrup can just as well be used as gourmet syrup with its earthy and slightly bitter taste, it makes a flavorful addition to icecream, pancakes, desserts, liqueurs, cheeses, cooked, cured or smoked fish, dressings, salads as well as for flavoring meats and game, for marinades, sauces and glazing. It is also good in baked rye bread or on it when baked.
Wild Iceland Moss, Water
Organic Cane Sugar
Store in a dark and dry place at room temperature.
Wild Icelandic blueberries are considered to be more intense than ones that grow in warm climate, the harsh conditions they have to grow in has made them smaller but more flavorful.
The jam is delicious with Camembert cheese or on top of a toast.
Wild Icelandic Blueberries
Arctic thyme is believed to strengthen the heart, the head and the sinews, stimulate urine production and regulate menstruation, as well as being blood-cleansing.
Arctic thyme is broadly used for colds, coughs and bronchitis.
The thyme can be used as a spice and you can make teasan with it.
Icelandic wild Arctic Thyme.
Fantastic crispy crunch and mild taste of coal, goes very well with all fried and barbecued food.
The salt is very decorative and resembles the Icelandic black lava and refers to the use of environmentally friendly geothermal energy in the drying process
Flaky Icelandic Seasalt from Nordur&Co in Westfjords