01-11-2021 by redazione
The desire for Italy is not only that of tourists who we hope will arrive soon, but that of many compatriots who live or have a home in Kenya, foreigners of various nationalities, travelers, residents and tourists in Nairobi, as well as restaurateurs, hoteliers and workers.
And it's a desire that rises especially with the arrival of the summer of the equator and the approach of the Christmas vacations: a desire to taste specialties of our home that is not always easy to find on the Kenyan coast, especially at "human" prices, especially because of import taxes.
Luckily, to satisfy many of these cravings, in Watamu there is Taste Italy, the import-export of Italian products, not only food, which has its store in the center of the town, open every day, Monday to Saturday, from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and in the afternoon from 3 pm to 6 pm.
This year's Taste Italy container brought many confirmations expected by customers and many novelties: to keep with the Christmas theme, Balocco panettone stands out among a wide range of Made in Italy products such as pasta and rice, cookies, as well as the whole range of Saclà items (olives, pickles and more), canned tuna, coffee, extra virgin olive oil and, as always, an assortment of Italian white, red and rosé wines, with a good choice of bubbles too.
Among the novelties, also rice for sushi and Japanese wasabi.
This year the variety of "gluten free" proposals has also been enriched with pasta, desserts, sauces and even dog food.
As usual, for our four-legged friends, in addition to kibble, we also have cat sand, detergents and collars.
From Italy, Taste Italy, in addition to coffee pots, utensils and furnishings, also offers household and body cleansers in special packages that can also become an excellent gift idea for Christmas.
For information: Tel. 0728249437
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