middle eastern collection

Having been established in Jumeirah since 2001 & as a homegrown Dubai brand - creating a beautiful provisions range inspired by the flavours of the Middle East seemed like a natural progression for us.

The "Flavours of Dubai" Range brings together the glorious traditional herbs, spices, & fruits of the Middle East.

It was also important to us that our collection strongly reflects elements of our Dubai Heritage. The patterns you see throughout the range have been hand drawn & were inspired by the gypsum panels of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoums house at Al Shindagha

 

Relish, Chutney & preserves

 

Made in our Dubai HACCP certified kitchen,  our Middle Eastern inspired range was created using real fruits,

vegetable ‘s, spices & herbs.  We do not use artificial flavours or preservatives & they are all Gluten Free.

 

 

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Savoury Crackers

 

Our Middle Eastern savoury crackers bring together nutritious seeds, spices & delicious flavours of the region; sesame, sumac, zaatar, cumin

& turmeric  are some of our favourites used in our hand-made cracker range – Perfect with a Cheeseboard, or your favourite toppings & dips.

 

 

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sweet biscuits & confectionery

 

Our Middle Eastern cookies, biscotti’s & confectionery  are all hand-baked in our Dubai Bakery – using traditional baking methods,

&  are flavoured  with ingredients of the region, beautiful dates,  pistachios, apricots, lemons, & almonds

- blending these delicious flavours to  create tempting treats to enjoy any time of the day.

 

 

homeware & linen

 

Here you will find our Middle Eastern range of linens & homeware  we have designed exclusively for The Lime Tree!

Our natural 100% linen napkins & tea towels are embellished with traditional elements of Dubai; palms, camels, windtowers, & coffee pots.

For a modern twist, the beautiful 100% white cotton napkins with hand-embroidered palm trees in 4 vibrant colours!

Take a closer look at our Natural Birchwood boards - they're stamped with traditional architectural patterns

inspired by the gypsum panels of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoums house at Al Shindagha.