It is a good thing when you visit a foreign country that you inspect their local products, so that is what I just did. There is a lot to see actually and I don't mind that. There were a couple of souvenirs that I liked and some wines that I have never seen before, so I bought a couple of products to show my friends at home to get a little bit of "touch" from Mediterranean culture.
Absolutley wonderful shop in old town Zadar. We loved chatting with the owner and he gave us awesome recommendations on a wide variety of wine, honey, and olive oil. We bought a couple of traditional bottles of wine and olive oil from the region as well as his local honey from his father. The owner suggested a great, well priced, bottle of white wine to drink that day during the sunset. Absolutley the best. Everything in the shop has a story and it is highly recommended.
I was actually on my way to go back to my hostel when I came across a sign saying that there was a store selling honey, wine and oil. Pretty much my three favourite things. The owner of the store was nice and informative telling me that his father makes all the honey and he helps with the olive oil (the only reason he cannot help with the honey is because he is a allergic to bees). He advised me on the most fantastic honey I've ever had (made from sage pollen), honestly incredible and so much flavour. I also picked up some olive oil and wine to bring back. He did tell me about flower of salt which I decided against and I was surprised to find it in the airport for DOUBLE the price.. A shame I didn't buy it from Mr Bukvic.
Excellent service, excellent advises, excellent choice of great products!! It is certainly a place to come back to. Highly recommended!