Erika Owen
August 17, 2015

A Shropshire, England-based shop called Fun Favours has a souvenir that can only be described as quirky for commemorating your trip to the UK: potted fresh air from the area's lush countryside. At around $1.50 per pot, it's almost impossible not to love this gag gift-turned unique momento.

Just think: Any time you want to relive your country excursion, just pull off the foil and take a deep breath. While I legitimately have no idea if the trapped air smells anything like its namesake, founder Rachel Moorcroft does describe it as "really refreshing." Fun fact: The machinery used to package the air spent its first life putting together alcholic jelly shots. See it in action below:

On the Breakfast Show tomorrow; what's the weirdest present you've ever received? ( psst -whisper it - but you can now buy a pot of Fresh Shropshire Air!)

Posted by BBC Radio Shropshire on Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

You May Like