Ibiza surely has many virtues although one could question how many of those are encapsulated in its air. Yet having a tin of Ibiza's air in your living room might be of good taste, and if not, it will make for a nice souvenir (which, let's face it, is its only purpose). You'll also have to rely on the good faith of the sellers as it's sealed and even if you went through the process tearing it apart, can anyone tell Ibiza's air from any other?
One could argue on the dubiousness of selling “empty” tin boxes for almost 6 euros but at the end of the day it's not really different from the overpriced small Eiffel towers sold in Paris, expensive “Keep Calm” T-shirts in London, or all the Ampelmännchen merchandising in Berlin. It is a souvenir like another, the only questions worth asking is: Wouldn't you be better of bringing home the memories of the interstellar sets one can hear in Ibiza's finest clubs ?
Here the website of the product.
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