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Monday, April 20, 2015

Stayia Farm Honey with Edible 24K Gold Flakes by The Mediterranean Way Highly Recommended by Whom You Know

Honey with gold flakes?!?! Sounds divine! This raw, organic honey comes from a small, family-owned farm in Greece, which sounds even more divine, like something Greek gods would have enjoyed. I wanted to make sure to be able to fully taste this honey, so I tried it on some simple sourdough toast. It is incredibly thick and flavorful, with tremendous texture. I’ll try it in my coffee or tea next, and I’m sure a variety of places after that. My only problem will be keeping a supply in the house!
This extremely unique blend of thyme honey with 24K edible gold is superb! Stayia Farm in Greece created this delightful honey. You may enjoy it however you would any honey even in a simple cup off tea! The 24K edible gold delights not only your taste buds, also your eyes. The thyme flavors it with a wonderful distinctive taste. Stayia Farm bio-organic plants and soil create a chemical-free atmosphere for this to thrive in.
Give the gift of gold. When in doubt, hunting for the perfect little something for your Mother-in-Law’s garden party, housewarming gift, or gift basket, we found the solution. A precious jar of liquid gold, literally, from The Mediterranean Way. Greek honey, organic, and raised on a small farm, is infused with flakes of totally edible honey. The honey itself is impressive, and comes from thyme fields in central Greece. The people at Mediterranean Way have scouted for exclusive farmers and producers to fill their shelves with wondrous products. Vasilissa Honey may be the perfect touch at your next Tea Party. Jewelry for your tea? What a wonderful idea. 

Store owners and husband and wife team, Niko & Oana have brought their Mediterranean experience and passion of living in Tuscany and Greece back to Washington, DC and into their store.

By partnering with respected independent, and organic producers that they personally met, visited and dealt with while living abroad, they can now offer unique artisan products to their customers in Washington, DC and beyond.

After moving to the U.S. in 2011, owners Niko & Oana realized that even though Washington, DC was an international city with well-traveled people from all over the world living in the city, there was not a store offering authentic, high-quality Mediterranean products in the city. Realizing this void, the idea from The Mediterranean Way was born and put into motion.

Since opening the store in 2013, the store has been frequented by many top Mediterranean chefs in DC including celebrity chef Jose Andres and was listed by Washington Post Food editor Joe Yonan as one of his favorite new food stores in Washington, DC. The Mediterranean Way has shipped its unique products to over thirty states in the U.S. and to five countries.

Oana is a certified nutritional consultant and helps customers by offering advice based on their personal nutritional needs and goals.

Niko has an MBA in International Business from the University of South Florida and has over 10 years management consulting experience including working for Greek wine and olive oil producers.

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