25+ Best Shofar Horns & Kosher Shofar Types from Israel [Kudu, Ram’s Horn & Exotic] (2022)

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Tuuuuuu (Tekiah).

Tuuu-tuuu-tuuu-tuuu (Teruah).

Tu-tu-tu-tu-tu-tu-tu-tu (Shevarim).

(Don’t worry, my finger didn’t get stuck on the keyboard)

Any Jewish person who has ever attended the synagogue during the high holy days recognizes these sounds: indeed, it is the sound (or rather, a verbal representation) of the Shofar – the famous Jewish horn played during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

What you probably didn’t know, however, is that there are over a dozen Shofar types out there, most of which you have never even seen (let alone heard) in your entire life… (I know, right?)

In this Shofar guide – not only will I reveal every single one of them, but I will also show you exactly where and how to get them!

Excited? You should be… We’re gonna have a blast! (see what I did there?)

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Shofar Blowing: Why we Blow the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur (+ What it Really Means)

The Jewish Shofar isn’t a “regular” instrument…

Let’s just say – don’t expect to walk down the streets of Israel and see a Rabbi jamming with a Shofar.

That’s not what the Shofar is for… 


  • …What is the Shofar for?
  • …Why do we blow the Shofar?
  • …When do you blow a Shofar? (spoiler: on Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur)
  • … What does the Shofar symbolize? What does it really mean?

Excellent questions! 


Let’s explore…

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