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FOTTAC Bambarra Rum Products The festive period may seem far away, but with many Christmas trees bar-ing decorations holding memories from different places, purchasing a locally made ornament holds a sentiment that can be relived year-on-year. Hand-painted glass and creations from hummingbirds to ceramic shells, are examples of Christmas wares that can be found year round in our galleries. If you or your friends are golf-enthu-siasts, the pro shop at Provo Golf Club has great quality polo shirts along with caps and logoed golf balls. While you’re here, it’s worth catching lunch or a drink with serene views of the greens from Fairways Bar & Grill, next to the shop. FOTTAC (‘Flavours of the Turks and Caicos’) is the offi-cial one-stop shop for all your Caribbean culinary staples. The Bambarra rum cakes are local delicacies, with small ones going for around $8. Although not a permanent keepsake, they’re a delicious and easy way to bring a flavour of the TCI home with you. Bambarra rum, the national local spirit, is made in six varieties, ranging in price from $10 to $34. By way of condiments, a selection of Bambarra rum chutneys from papaya to mango, sauces from jerk, hot to BBQ, and spices from blackened, salted to jerk, make ideal cupboard fixtures for anyone looking to bring Caribbean flavours to their plates. Caicos Adventures Visit the Turks & Caicos Islands at www.WhereWhenHow.com MARCH/APRIL 2017 • • • • • 55

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