I enjoy sharing products with you that I use and love and am always very selective with the products I share with my readers. If I don’t really like and use a product, you will not find it on My Colombian Recipes.
So, when Melissa Moriarty, the founder of “Azulina Ceramics” told me about her company, I knew that this was something I wanted to share with all of my readers.
Azulina imports hand-painted ceramic dinnerware and serving-ware from the town El Carmen de Viboral, located in my home department of Antioquia, Colombia. El Carmen de Viboral is a very small and beautiful town that specializes in ceramics.
Azulina’s pottery has colorful and beautiful patterns, painted freehand by Colombian women artisans. Their designs are inspired by the lush, flowering hillsides surrounding the town of El Carmen de Vivoral.
Why do I love Azulina’s ceramics so much? First of all, I adore their patterns, which are fun and colorful and absolutely gorgeous!
Also, their products are well made and very sturdy of course, as they are made by Colombian women in my beautiful country of Colombia