All posts tagged: organic

A Cup Of Christmas in Cayman

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and what better way to enjoy the season and festivities than with a cup of Christmas In Cayman Tea, made with love by Tea Time In Cayman. For the tea lover in your family or circle of friends a real treat for a Christmas present is any one of the 36 varieties of tea they offer. Feeling festive? Consider filling up the stocking of your tea lover friend or family member with their Holiday Flavors: Oh! Peppermint Tea Latte and Christmas in Cayman Latte. Any one of these teas are on my Eco Chic Christmas Wish List! Taste The Flavors of Christmas Oh! Peppermint Tea Latte “Refreshing Oh Natural- Peppermint Tea brewed in steamed milk with an added touch of peppermint for a burst of Christmas flavor perfect for getting you in the Holiday spirit.” Christmas in Cayman Tea Latte “One sip of this exceptional latte and you will be in holiday heaven. Christmas in Cayman Tea brewed in egg nog with a hint of pumpkin will …

Holiday Beauty Rush

During the holiday season everyone wants to look their best. If you find yourself looking for a wonderful holiday gift for your mom, sister or bestie, Carib Sandz has got you covered!   Carib Sandz makes an incredible line of eco friendly beauty products right here in Cayman. My personal faves are their “Lavender Breeze” and “Cayman Spice.” Carib Sandz is an all natural body polish, which exfoliates leaving your body moisturized. I find using their products leave your skin silky smooth and with a glow. These eco friendly beauty products contain no dyes, artificial colors, chemicals or perfume. When you do a little Christmas shopping at the Camana Bay Farmers Market on Wednesday, consider supporting local by visiting their booth and picking up some Carib Sandz products. I promise, it is a great gift and definitely on my Eco Chic Christmas Wish List. Especially made for the holiday season, Carib Sandz has created a “Christmas Candy Cane Polish” can’t wait to try that one! Bonus Christmas Cheer! When visiting Carib Sandz at the Camana …

Saucha- Conscious Living

Today you all are in for a real treat! Saucha- Conscious Living provides the Cayman Islands with one of the most delicious drinks on the market, Kombucha! A handcrafted, all natural, and loaded with health benefits drink, with an array of flavors to choose from. Each one is made with love, and organic ingredients straight from the local farmers market. Kombucha is only available at selected retail locations. It gets better! Saucha also creates to die for vegan tasty treats, OMG Cookie Dough Bites- trust me they are heavenly! It is wonderful to see that the community is embracing vegan food, and supporting local farmers and businesses.                       Meet Britta! I had the pleasure of chatting with Britta Bush, the fabulous lady behind Saucha- Conscious Living, to learn more about her amazing products. Britta is a proud supporter of the farmers market. Britta is well known by her friends to throw charming dinner parties, with an eco friendly vibe, and yummy homemade vegan meals. Britta …

Sweet Giveaway: Thankful For Local Farmers

  For the first time ever, Eco Chic Cayman is having a giveaway! Yay! In honor of this months theme “give thanks & give with love” I thought it would be great to honor local farmers.  I am excited to announce that Saucha Conscious Living and Got Eggs will be taking part in this giveaway.  I am very thankful for their participation and donation of goodies for the gift basket giveaway. What’s in the goodie basket? Donated by Saucha Conscious Living: a 330 ml kombucha, OMG energy bites. So yummy! Donated by Got Eggs: 1 dozen Cayman Farmed Eggs.  Great for baking yummy treats. How do you enter?  Leave a comment on this blog post saying why you are thankful for local farmers.  The contest begins now and ends Nov 29th at midnight.  I will read over the submissions and announce the winner Nov 30th on the Eco Chic Cayman website and Eco Chic Cayman Facebook Page.  Best of luck! xo Disclaimer: This giveaway is only open to residents of the Cayman Islands.  This contest is in no …

An Eco Friendly Thanksgiving…

On the eve of Thanksgiving Day, I have come up with a few ideas on how to make one of my favorite holidays of the year eco friendly! Give Thanks One way family and friends can come together and share what they are thankful for is by creating a “Mural of Gratitude” if you happen to have a chalkboard consider gathering everyone around to write one thing that they are thankful for this year.  Growing up, it was a family tradition, just before we ate dinner, we went around the table and said one thing we were thankful for.  Alternatively, if you are able to purchase some chalkboard paper consider framing your mural of gratitude by repurposing an old picture frame.  Bonus, it will make a great homemade thanksgiving decoration for next year. Thanksgiving Feast For many families dinner is all about the turkey.  Growing up we have always had a turkey as part of our Thanksgiving Dinner.  Personally, I am not a vegetarian or vegan.  However, I am working towards having more vegetarian or …

Farmer Friday’s: Farm Fresh Eggs

A while back you may have read “Got Eggs? Local.  Organic.  Sustainable.”  a feature on the Cayman Egg Farm run by brothers Shanan and Pasmore Harrison.  Today I will be updating you on their lovely, not-for-profit, Cayman farm. The Harrison brothers  have been pleasantly overwhelmed with growing support from the community and are doing their absolute best to meet the demand for their locally organic farmed eggs.  The strong support from the community has allowed them to continue maintaining their farm, providing excellent care for their hens, with an additional 25 hens, all of which are layers and don’t require a rooster. The proceeds continue to go towards Shanan’s ministry which has started a series of cooking classes for the youth and adults.  The cooking classes have been well received, and have been a blessing to both Shanan and the individuals who come to his cooking classes.  The youth are very enthusiastic and keen to learn.  There is a lot of educational value for them as they not only acquire lifelong practical cooking skills, but …