Ins & Outs of Grenada urges you to buy local - supporting Grenadian businesses and entrepreneurs. Here’s our editor, Danielle’s, pick of unique local products, proudly made in Grenada using local ingredients.
Handmade spice necklaces and baskets fill your home with the aroma and taste of the Spice Isle. Available from the Grand Anse Craft & Spice Market, on Grand Anse Beach.
Arawak Islands’ scented coconut candle is hand-poured into a dried coconut shell, and will fill your home with the aroma of the tropics. Available island-wide in gift shops.
The family-run Sugar & Spice Ice Cream uses fresh local ingredients like nutmeg, Grenada chocolate and exotic fruits to whip up refreshing treats.
The award-winning Morne Délice Nutmeg Syrup, produced by De La Grenade Industries, adds a distinctive flavour to your ice cream, pancakes and more. Available island-wide.
With five tree-to-bar chocolate factories, there’s a fantastic range of award-winning chocolates to choose from in Grenada. Our favourites: Salty-Licious by the Grenada Chocolate Company, 60% Cocoa with Ginger by Jouvay Chocolate, and 60% Milk Chocolate by Belmont Estate.
Whipped Cocoa Butter
A by-product of the chocolate industry, OMI’s whipped cocoa butter is luxurious and silky, making it a wonderful natural body moisturiser.
Blending Grenadian cocoa with locally-grown herbs and spices, Bud & Root puts a modern twist on this traditional Grenadian breakfast drink. Available at House of Chocolate, St George’s.
The Caribbean is famous for its rums, and Grenada is no exception. Try Clarke’s Court Rum’s Old Grog, a premium sipping rum for a special occasion.
For inspiration on where to go shopping in Grenada, and what to look out for, check out our feature, Explore Shopping in Grenada.