Launched in the fall of 2016, The Taste Box, is a monthly subscription food box that features Chef-inspired ingredients. Each month, there is a new theme to keep things interesting. In October, the theme was Pasta is Love and November was Sugar and Spice.
I received the November box and was thoroughly impressed with the packaging and the quality of the items. Each quality item was selected by owners Matt and Jenni (read more about them). I am currently taking a baking course at George Brown College so this box came at a great time. The card in the box provides details of each items including the suggested retail price, as well as suggested recipes utilizing the ingredients. I truly believe it’s a great value.
As an example of the quality, according to the card description, the ‘Chatsworth Summer Floral Honey’ never goes bad and is 100% natural. The Saigon Cinnamon is considered the variety that has superior flavour and aroma due to more essential oils.
The November 2016 Taste Box included:
- Chatsworth Summer Floral Honey
- Spice Trader Baking Spice
- Spice Trader Saigon Cinnamon
- Mexican Whole Vanilla Bean
- Whole Nutmeg
The boxes are perfect for food lovers who want to try out new ingredients each month, or perfect for a gift.
HOW TO ORDER?
There are only a limited amount each of the Taste Boxes each month. The individual boxes are $34.95 (no subscription required) plus a $5 flat shipping fee http://buff.ly/2fy8b4x. The monthly subscription price is a only $29.95 and subscribers can skip any of the boxes or cancel anytime.
I have already placed my order! For more information, visit http://www.thetastebox.co/
Periodically, they have flash sales where the first box is 50% off. Follow them on https://www.instagram.com/thetastebox/ for updates
*Disclosure: I received the November box from The Taste Box complimentary but the opinions in the post are my own.
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