Jamaican Clothing by Rasta Brian Ka

Jamaican clothing and food are my passion! Hello I am Brian Ka a Producer and CEO of Fifth Degree. I am passionate about riding bicycles DJ and traveling but besides that, I love rasta clothing and custom oil portrait paintings! I opened this website so you can find best selection of rasta fashion out there! Welcome to my website. Have any questions? Feel free to e-mail me directly at Brianinvein@gmail.com. Thank you.

Jamaican Clothing Review

I got my Rastafarian hat and women’s rasta clothing from Fifth Degree and I love it! 5/5 stars! I love their environment conscious ways of doing things and will definitely shop again here in the future! Shipping was super fast and convenient! I can’t wait to shop here again!
I live in Jamaica and wasn’t sure whether I could find all the Jamaican themed clothing I wanted. To my surprise, I was able to buy everything I needed. Best part about it was that it was shipped super quickly through Amazon! I can’t wait to shop here again! – Shayna
I searched for days looking for the top and Jamaican headband I am wearing. So glad I found this shop! None of the rasta store I visited had any of the items I am wearing. I am absolutely in love with this shop and can’t wait to shop here again! Thank you!

Did You Ever Try Jamaican food?

Getting to know Jamaican food gets you in touch with an amazingly diverse and interesting culture. Expand your horizons by enjoying saltfish, fried dumplings or even fried plantains — which taste and look like their close cousins, the banana. Even steamed cabbage is a Caribbean food.

Simple and highly seasoned rice and peas is another Jamaican favorite. So are fruit juice drinks and yes, even Jamaican rum has a fan or two.

Have you tried curried goat? You may not have, but it’s more likely you’ve had jerk chicken, another specialty from Jamaica.

If you look around at Jamaican food online sites, you’ll see lots of talk about Jamaican patties — hardy, full-meal meat turnovers that are somewhat like a differently seasoned Mexican empanada. Its fun to make your own, but you can also order them over the Internet and have them shipped overnight from Caribbean food shops.

When it’s time for dessert, try some potato pudding, a spiced-coconut gizzada tart, some grater cake, a banana fritter or a couple of coconut drops. They’re all traditional Jamaican sweets that are just as enjoyable as they sound.

Jamaican food has gained understanding and high regard around the globe, this is due to many Jamaican’s relocating to different parts of the world. Next time you come across Jamaican food, will you give it a try? I think you should.

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