Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan

BY Harper's Bazaar Arabia / Jun 22 2016 / 21:23 PM

From decadent treats to regionally-inspired homewares, this is Bazaar's edit of the chicest gifts to take your hostess this Ramadan

Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Aasiya Jagadeesh
Dulce D Bakery bakes up a variety of regionally-inspired sweets for the holy month. Clockwise from top left: Pistachio cake bites with white chocolate ganache, Dhs200 per box; Basbousa bites with Nutella, Dhs150 per box; Fluffy tea cookies filled with jam and buttercream, Dhs150; Chocolate cake filled with Halawa, Dhs250; and Pistachio cake bites with white chocolate ganache and rose petals, Dhs200 per box
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Boutique Baker (+971 50 550 8737) has created a special Ramadan menu offering homemade, organic treats like these Madeleines, from Dhs110 per jar
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Boutique Baker’s gluten free dark chocolate pistachio madeleines, Dhs120 per box
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Boutique Baker’s gluten free, vegan and refined-sugar free chocolate caramel fingers, Dhs120 per box
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
The exclusive Emerald gift boxes by Bateel, finished with hand painted glass and filled with an assortment of dates and chocolates, from Dhs670
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Vimto offers personalised beverages embellished with Swarovski crystals available exclusively for the Ramadan season, from Dhs100, available at Bloomingdale’s Home
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
The decedent Arabian Dream gift boxes by Bateel, finished with hand painted glass and filled with an assortment of dates and chocolates, from Dhs810
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
The Masha'Allah gift box by Kashida, Dhs400, available at Bloomingdale’s Home
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
An Arabian treasure chest of seasonal treats by Forrey & Galland, Dhs590
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
The Tawfiq-Najah Arabic calligraphy coasters by Kashida, Dhs275, available at Bloomingdale’s Home
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Images d’Orient Arabic coffee set, Dhs175, available at Bloomingdale’s Home
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
The Anta Omri Arabic calligraphy candle holder by Kashida, Dhs400, available at Bloomingdale’s Home
Gourmet Gifting: What To Take To An Iftar This Ramadan
Patchi’s selection of luxury chocolates combines modern aesthetics with traditional motifs, Dhs1,125

Main image: Keaton oval bowl, Dhs109; Savannah dinner plate with gold rim; Dhs59; Midi appetiser fork, Dhs15; Savannah dinner plate, Dhs59; Wrap copper napkin ring, Dhs19; Sateen silver napkin, Dhs25; and Beckett natural tablecloth, Dhs499, all Crate & Barrel. Cups, stylist's own. Styling: Nina Ross. Photography: Aasiya Jagadeesh.