Food and Drinks
Paneton and hot chocolate is a staple during the Christmas season. Don't forget a Peruvian mug. While some might snub their nose at fruitcake (paneton), Peruvians love it. Drinking hot chocolate during summer might seem odd, but hey, it's Christmas, so why not?
Peruvian grains are becoming famous around the world. A great healthy gift is kiwicha, which is better known as amaranth. Considered a modern super food, it was part of the Aztec and Incan diet. It's much better than rice and packed with nutrition as well as high in iron.
For the chef in your life, Peruvian cookbooks are the way to go. They'll find great recipes like ceviche, lomo saltado, aji de gallina, papa rellena, and much more.
Famous throughout the world, pima cotton is used to make many things such as sheets, clothing for kids and babies, as well as shirts for adults.
If you know someone who is planning on visiting Peru next year, you should definitely get them a guide book for Peru. They'll have useful tips about travelling as well as information about the history and culture of Peru and some helpful words and phrases in Spanish.
Traditional Peruvian Purses
Peruvian purses are absolutely gorgeous. If you get the chance to go to Peru, see if you can find hand-made ones. They're unique and you'll be supporting small businesses rather than large companies. They are embroidered with bright colors and you can easily find stunning purses that will be sure to get compliments. You can also find wallets made from leather as well as cloth.
If you're looking for more ideas, here are other Peru inspired gift guides I've written.
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