Shop Authentic Pieces from the Cayman Islands with Camana Bay’s “All About Local” Guide
By Lindsey Turnbull on 18th August, 2015
How many times have you scrambled at the last minute on vacation to find the perfect souvenir? At Camana Bay, a 600-acre mixed-use development located between Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound, visitors and residents can always find an authentic piece of Cayman to take home.
The Cayman Islands boasts an impressive community of talented artisans who produce an eclectic array of handmade decorative, edible and functional goods, many of which can be found in Camana Bay’s “All About Local” product guide. Visitors can browse the newly updated guide online at camanabay.com/local or pick up a print copy at the Discovery Centre to find the item that speaks most to them. The guide includes photos and details of all the locally made and inspired offerings found at Camana Bay and the shop in which to purchase them.
This summer, Camana Bay has introduced six new local products made in Cayman that are inspired by its natural beauty and storied history:
Recreating authentic Cayman-style cooking is easy with Hawley Haven Farms’ chutneys, jams, vinegars and hot sauces available at Bay Market for $5.19.
Gentle and reviving, unveil smoother skin with Cayman Sea Salt Body Scrub from Bedside Manor for $24.
Decorate your coffee table with idyllic scenes of Cayman with a set of four Janice Brown Island Creations Coasters for $29.95 from Bon Vivant.
Bring the charm of Cayman to your wine glasses with a set of four Tital Tokens Wine Charms for $16.95 from Bon Vivant.
Cook with authentic Cayman flavors with Chef Keith Griffin’s Meat Rub for $18.95 from Bon Vivant.
Shake up a Cayman inspired cocktail with Edward Teach 7-Year-Old Cayman Islands Rum for $40 from West Indies Wine Company.