Tourist souvenirs are an indispensable element of traveling for most people, especially cultural tourists. Experiencing food and beverages of the country, region or area is now considered a vital component of the tourism experience: “Dining out is common among tourists and food is believed to rank alongside climate, accommodation, and scenery in importance to tourists. Tourists and visitors increasingly see in gastronomy the possibility of learning more about the culture of a place. And it does not matter what kind of tourism they do – all tourists love eating and all of them must do it while travelling. “Food has an undeniable importance for holiday makers. As such, food tourism has gained an enormous potential in recent years. A high percentage of travellers, consider dining and food as relevant activities during their travels”. For some tourists getting knowledge and experience about other culture’s food becomes one of the trip motives and it is much more than just eating. For them the above-mentioned learning represents itself in tasting local and regional dishes, visiting various gastronomic facilities, meeting chefs and sightseeing places where food and beverages are produced. Moreover, an important element of the trip for them is also bringing home the local food and beverage products, kitchen utensils, photos or recipes as tourist souvenirs. Those tourists visiting different places usually want to buy or get something ‘characteristic’ or ‘typical’, and it is pretty obvious that culinary souvenirs are their frequent choices.