Ras al Hanout at its core is an incredibly complex and aromatic blend of spices. Across the Middle East and North Africa, blends such as za’atar, dukkah, chermoula and zhug are widely used in cooking, helping to create distinctive flavour profiles that enhance ingredients from aubergines, okra, chickpeas, to fresh sea trout and lamb.
Argan Oil – known as Liquid Gold of Morocco – is produced from the kernels of the Argan tree, which grows in the southwest of Morocco. Argan Oil that has been used as a natural antioxidant for centuries by the Berber people of Southern Morocco and the Sahara. In this post, we share 8 reasons why pure Argan Oil is amazing for your body, your self-care routine and the planet!
At Pink Jinn, we are all about supporting small businesses, women-owned businesses and social enterprises. Here’s a list of some of our favourite socially conscious brands from the Middle East and North Africa which provide fair wages and employment opportunities to local people – particularly women and refugees.
We are delighted to introduce to the Pink Jinn Souq two new products: The DAMASCUS and PALMYRA crochet clutch bags. These beauties were made by a women’s cooperative in Syria which provides employment to women who have lost their livelihoods as a result of the conflict.
We are SO excited to introduce these stunning Arabic coffee cups made in Palestine to the Pink Jinn Souq. Hand-painted by Palestinian artisans, no two of these Arabic coffee cups are exactly the same. Each one is unique, bearing a beautiful blue and white olive branch design which is bound to spark conversation. The olive … Continue reading New to the Souq: KHALIL | Arabic Coffee Cups Made in Palestine
Since Pink Jinn began in 2015, we’ve tried to showcase the beauty and complexities of an often misunderstood part of the world – the Middle East and North Africa. A driving force behind Pink Jinn has been to encourage people to visit the region, to get to know its people, experience its cultures and form … Continue reading Introducing… The Souq
Like its other Gulf cousins (Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi…), the Bahraini capital of Manama is often a pit-stop on a traveller’s journey between East and West. Yet relatively few people venture out of the airport to explore what this tiny island has to offer. With its unique character, fascinating culture, edgy art scene and amazing … Continue reading 24 hours in Bahrain