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I visited this shop today. I tried their jam. It was very good but i didnt try the wine so i cant... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2016
Sa S
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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
via mobile
Excellent

Friendly staff, rare jams, soaps and oliveoil. Asked if they made the products themselves and found... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
Mustafa O
via mobile
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31 Mar 2016
“Good and more”
9 Mar 2016
“Great jams but wine was off”
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Artisan local wines of Gemici family. You can buy homemade jams & pastas, olive oil soap , olive oils, essantial oils,natural apple vinegars, pottery handcrafted,atelier ceramics
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Alacati Mahallesi, Ugur Mumcu Caddesi No: 16/C, Alacati, Cesme 35950, Turkey
+90 232 716 67 85
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Reviewed 31 March 2016 via mobile

I visited this shop today. I tried their jam. It was very good but i didnt try the wine so i cant judge it. I recommend you to visit this shop when you are visiting cesme.

2  Thank Sa S
Reviewed 9 March 2016

This is a great little shop with local delicacies and local wine. I bought some incredibly delicious homemade jams from here and a bottle of local wine. The wine was unfortunately off which was a disappointment as I lugged it all the way back to...More

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Reviewed 21 February 2016 via mobile

Friendly staff, rare jams, soaps and oliveoil. Asked if they made the products themselves and found out that some villagers (Greeks?) are making them. Jams made without sugar (instead apple juice is used) looked interesting.

1  Thank Mustafa O
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