Tea Box Express is a monthly subscription box containing a brand-name, whole-leaf tea (either loose leaf or in a pyramid bag) plus 3-4 other tea-related items, which may include infusers, measuring spoons, or food items like chocolate or cookies. It costs $25.50 for a monthly box, plus $6.49 for shipping. They offer 1, 3, or 6-month terms and each will automatically renew until canceled (or choose the gift, which doesn’t renew).
DEAL: Save 20% on your first monthly box! Use coupon code HELLO20.
I received a card from Tea Box Express.
There is some info on how to share your box pictures on social media for a chance to win a free box!
Everything in my box!
St. Fiacre’s Farm Coastal Cranberry Spice ($11) Wow, what a lovely cup of tea! I like herbal blends in the evening and this one was compared to mulled wine and I think that’s a pretty good comparison.
It contains hibiscus, cinnamon, lemongrass, cranberries, clove, and ginger, and all of the ingredients are organic. It was almost thick and definitely needed sugar for my taste buds. Very nice for fall.
Chocolate Therapy Assorted Truffles – Fall Flavors ($9.99) Yum, chocolate! These ones come in a variety of seasonal flavors.
I can’t decide which one to try first! I went with Cranberry Cider and while these are beautiful to look at, they were absolutely decadent to eat. The ganache filling instantly melted on my tongue so it was like the cider was actually liquid. So rich and sweet and everything a bonbon should be. It had all of the flavors of fall in that one candy.
Melville Candy Maple Cinnamon Spoons ($4) There were several flavors to choose from on the Melville Candy site and while I couldn’t tell what flavor they were from the sticker, I did see the flavor announced on Instagram. You can eat it like a lollipop or stick it in your tea and wait for it to melt.
St. Fiacre’s Farm Winter Balm ($7) I can’t seem to get enough moisture this time of year so I will keep this nearby to put on elbows, cuticles, heels, etc.
It’s a solid so just rub your finger on it and place where needed.
The ingredients are all-natural and it smells good, like cocoa butter and spices.
Tea Box Express sent a lovely assortment of seasonal surprises and they were all hits at my house! I liked the tea, it was warm and comforting. I haven’t tried the candy spoons yet but that’s because I may want to eat them like a sucker. The balm will hopefully help heal dry spots on my hands and feet, and the bonbons were so rich and were a very special treat. The value was just about the same as the price paid for the subscription plus shipping, but this box is more about curation and they hit a home run this month.
What do you think of Tea Box Express? I’d love to know your thoughts about this box!