The GlobeIn Artisan Box let’s you travel from the comfort of your home through artisan-made products from around the world. Each month they curate a unique package based on a theme that includes stories and a background of each item. One of our favorite things about this subscription box is that they even use the “box” itself as an item. Everything came in a beautiful woven basket.
This month’s theme was KITCHEN, and it came with items from Tunisia, Guatemala, Madagascar, Peru, Indonesia, and Nicaragua. Going through the box really reminds me of getting souvenirs from friends and family while they travel. Sometimes you get homemade hand painted crafts, other times you get food or snacks (our preference since we love our food)!
When we first opened our box, the aroma of the Boca Java coffee filled the room. Good thing we recently got an AeroPress so we can try the coffee! We also got a kitchen towel, mini tagine, vanilla, salt, and sugar.
Our least favorite item was the Boca Java coffee. We’re not huge on coffee, but it tasted more mild than we expected. We’ll let you coffee experts let us know what you think. Our favorite item was the handwoven towel. It makes such a great prop for the food photos on the blog! All ya’ll food bloggers know what I’m talking about! ;)
Check out our unboxing video here:
GLOBEIN ARTISAN BOX
What it is: Each month has a different theme like kitchen, refresh, or tribal, and they put together a collection of artisan-made products from around the world.
Plans: 1 Month, 3 Months, 6 Months
The Boxes We’ve Tried: Laundry, Wander, Entertain, Kitchen, Picnic, Bake
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Out of the countries represented here, where do you want to visit the most?
What kind of souvenir do you usually buy when you travel?