Our Handcrafted sweets are made with the Middle East’s most nutritious pantry staples and with respect to its simple, minimally processed, and down-to-earth cooking tradition.


A perfect match between a Middle Eastern native bride (aka tahini) and a South American native groom (cacao) results in a delicious and nutrient-rich product. Made with tahini as the main ingredient, this fudge-like dessert is free of dairy and lightly sweetened with raw honey. It's designed for both tahini and intense cacao flavor fans. Slice and share with family and friends. 


May 28

Cheesecake, figs, and pinot noir.


sesame shower

Lightly salted tahini and chocolate loaded with generous amounts of roasted sesame and showered with even more seeds - made especially for all those sesame lovers!  


arabic coffee 

Ground Arabic coffee with a note of cardamom jazzing up in a blend of tahini and chocolate. The night is still young! 


almond & seeds

Cinnamon spiced almonds, pumpkin seeds, and sunflower seeds swimming in a pool of creamy tahini and silky chocolate. Watch your bites, it's pretty crowded out there! 



In the ancient Middle East, guests were offered dates as an expression of lavish hospitality. They helped restore the desert travelers and support their bodies with important nutrients. To this day, dates are still a vital ingredient in the region’s diet. Our Date Rolls are a homage to this old custom. They’re loaded with seeds and nuts and shaped like a log and intended to be served in slices for a sweet, healthy snack or dessert to nourish you and everyone gathered around your table. 

tahini, almond & pistachio

Chunks of almonds and pistachios spiced up with cardamom and wrapped in sweet dates and golden tahini. A truly authentic Middle Eastern story.




tahini, pecan & seeds 

Pecan, a bunch of seeds (pumpkin and sesame), and a delicate blend of orange and cinnamon gathered together with dates and tahini in a dark, dark cave. Open sesame!

tahini, fig & nuts 

Orange zested walnuts and hazelnuts dancing with tahini, dates, and plumped figs. 

It's a haflah! (“party” in Arabic)  


tahini, carob & coconut 

Naturally sweet grounded carob and sesame seeds blended with two members of the palm tree family (aka coconut and dates). 

It tastes like an exotic story.