To be Greek

The Greek Gift Shop

We've hand-picked the best independent Greek and Cypriot brands, designers. Each product is a celebration of the Greek way of living, our traditions and our culture. From hand-harvested Oregano blossoms, to hand knitted Beanies, to screen printed T-shirts for Feta lovers.

For the Feta Lover

Lila Ruby King

The best things in life you keep close to your heart. And Feta cheese is definitely one of them. Australian born and Athens based, Anna from Lila Ruby King loves it so much she even put it on a t-shirt. With Feta obviously being one of the most famous Greek foods (and one of our favourites too of course) this T-shirt had to be included in our Greek Christmas Shop!

For the Foodie

Daphnis and Chloe

Can you smell the season already? Daphnis and Chloe is an artisan herb and spice company from Greece founded in 2013. Since the very beginning, founder Evangelia has worked with family farms all around Greece, sourcing local herbs of the best quality. All herbs are 100% handmade and produced exclusively for Daphnis and Chloe.

Keen to give your Christmas dinner an extra portion of homemade feelings? The this is for you.

For the Tea drinker


Rhoeco is a word formation inspired by the Greek word ‘ροή’ [rhoē] -meaning flow-, ecology [eco] and cooperation [co].

Founders Katerina, Vaya and Harry met during their studies in agriculture, ecology and organic farming. They were able combined their mutual interests for agriculture and all things natural in order to form Rhoeco – offering only of the highest quality products, with sustainability, integrity, and equity.

For the cookie monster

Yiayia and Friends

Yiayia and friends began as a design project – a large-scale illustration that brought Yiayia (grandma) and her farm animal friends to life. The two-dimensional images were enriched with personal memories from owners Iliana and Chrysa's own yiayias.

Apart from being delicious and nutritious, Yiayia and Friends also offers childrens learning programs with a focus on our harmonious coexistence with nature.

For the cozy cat


Plexida is a Thessaloniki based knitwear brand by Alexandra Kouziaki. Each piece is ethically and sustainably handcrafted in Greece by three local knitters. Having a zero-waste approach in mind, each piece is either made to order or pre-made in limited batches, while all yarn scraps are saved up for future projects.

Inspired by simple yet sophisticated forms, Plexida knitwear consists of effortless and refined designs that celebrate comfort and craftsmanship.

For the Naturals


Laouta natural products is a Greek skincare business uniting the expertise and long-standing experience in cosmetics, horticulturalism, and chemical engineering, of its founding members Evi and Nikos.

All Laouta products are made by hand, in small quantities in a regulated laboratory, using handpicked, locally sourced, all vegetarian ingredients. Extra virgin olive oil and wild herb extracts form the basis to the recipes.

For the superstitious


AMAlia Petsali and YAnnis Papatheodorou are two peas in a pod. Together they form AMAYA, a small but meaningful label for arts and jewellery. All pieces are handmade, many of them inspired by Greek traditions.

Conveniently, AMAYA's atelier also serves as their shop. So if you find yourself strolling through Kolonaki in Athens you may see them in deep discussion about materials, shapes and colours.

For the Sistersf

Sister Jewellery

You may already know us ... Born in Cyprus, Aphrodite’s birthplace, Sister curates and designs jewellery and ceramics from the island, supporting the local craftsmanship and breathing life back into century-old, artisan trades.


Gift the (Hel)essence of Greece.

Founder Theodoros Vasilias, started his journey in the wonderful world of perfumes in 2012 when he visited a labdanum distillery in Crete. The unique and enchanting aroma of the Cretan rock rose, which did not smell like anything he had ever smelled before, ushered him to find a way to capture and spread the unique scents of the Greek land around the world.

Luckily we managed to bring some of his beautiful candles back to Berlin with us.