Andiamo is a bimonthly subscription box that lets us live our Italian fantasies from the comforts of our homes. Every box has different Italian themed items that always contain something fun, yummy, and handcrafted.
They have a selection of 3 subscriptions: Andiamo Lettore for $25 every 2 months, Andiamo Medio Box for $49.99 every 2 months, and Andiamo Premio Box for $79 every 2 months. They include an extra special item for Premio Boxes. They ship every 4th of every subscription month. The subscription automatically renews but you can also cancel anytime if you want.
This is the review of the Andiamo Premio Box.
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This is the Andiamo box upon opening. It is fully covered with a wrapping paper.
All the items are neatly packed with bubble wrap on top!
This month’s box includes a beautiful card featuring a glass being filled with wine.
Inside the card is a handwritten letter from Andi and the team!
Aside from letter, the box also includes an info card that indicates the contents of the box with a brief description for each.
Everything in my box!
Pamela Susan Personalized Cuff ($36) This special piece of artwork from Pamela Susan comes in a grey pouch bag.
It’s a 14 karat yellow gold cuff with a stamped message on one end. It indicates the box name, Andiamo, which also means “let’s go” in English.
The creator of this cuff believes that words are personal, as it can heal, inspire, and move us.
Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisher
Lonely Planet Experience Italy is your passport to majestic nature, epic journeys, cultural powerhouses and out-of-this-world experiences. We travel through buzzing cities, colourful coastal villages, rolling Tuscan hills, and grand piazzas. Discover the secrets to the perfect pizza, explore the atmospheric ruins of Pompeii, get behind the scenes of La Scala opera house, and more.
This new part-pictorial, part-guidebook is built around themes that introduce the reader to the heart of Italy. This photo-rich, hardback guide is packed with practical trip-planning tips and information on the most authentic local sights and activities. It’s perfect for seasoned travelers looking to discover something new or previously undiscovered.
- Includes over 90 experiences stretching across Italy
- Multiple ways to navigate the book – thematically, geographically, or by interest
- Hundreds of stunning photos on gloss paper stock
The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Experience Italy covers both top sights and roads less travelled and is the perfect place to start getting inspired and mapping out an itinerary for an upcoming trip.
Once you’ve decided where you’re headed in Italy, check out the relevant Lonely Planet Italian destination travel guides for even more detailed itinerary planning.
Written by Bonnie Alberts, Sarah Barrell, Oliver Berry, Alison Bing, Abigail Blasi, Cristian Bonetto, John Brunton, Alex Butler, Kerry Christiani, Gregor Clark, Dan Cruickshank, Francesco da Mosto, Matthew Fort, Paula Hardy, Abigail Hole, James Martin, Annemarie McCarthy, Stephen McClarence, Kate Morgan, Tim Parks, Olivia Pozzan, Brendan Sainsbury, Simon Sellars, Oliver Smith, Marcel Theroux, Orla Thomas, Alex Von Tunzelmann, Tony Wheeler, Nicola Williams and Lonely Planet Travel News.
Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveler since 1973.
The pages are beautiful. It contains interesting features about Italy, accompanied by beautiful photos!
Experience Italy is presented across five themes:
- Bravo Italia: The Italian icons you already love
- Tradizione: Treasured heritage, hill towns & harvests
- Viva Italia: Modern life & the Italian way
- Che Sorpresa!: Underrated & unexpected experiences
- Dolce Vita: Living the sweet life
This part of the booklet briefly discusses its marvelous natural landscape, including rugged mountains and sea of stained-glass blue color.
Some pages also feature an experience section at the far side part. It gives you a specific subject and indicates the page where you’ll find it!
This page features Central Italy which covers four of the country’s 20 regions that includes Rome, the city ruled by the pope. It’s also the home of wine-rich hills, renaissance heroes, and medieval towns!
Acciaroli is a port on the Cilento coast on the Tyrrhenian sea. It’s a place in Italy with a high number of centenarians, they are people who lived and celebrated their 100th birthday. The secret? Fresh air, exercise, home-grown food, and active sex life!
Vallone dei Mulini or also known as the Valley of Mills. This wonderful creation is located behind Piazza Tasso, Sorrento Italy. It is named after the ancient wheat mills that were once located there. The ruins of it are still clearly visible among the luxuriant foliage lush grass!
On to Italian food! Here, we have tiramisu, a coffee-flavored Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa. They included a recipe so you can easily make it at home.
Gelati is an Italian style ice cream. It is generally made from a base of milk and sugar with comparably lower fat content compared to other styles of ice cream and considered to be Italy’s social unifier!
This foodie trail feature is interesting! The trail begins in Turin, a great city blessed with an astonishingly rich in products and an increasing number of young and innovative proprietors and chefs.
Another recipe we can’t wait to try is Bread Gnocchi with Black Olive Pesto & Pecorino from the Valle d’Itria. It’s usually made with Puglia’s most ubiquitous produce, including black olives, pecorino cheese, and olive oil.
Olivelle Sweet Pairing Oil & Vinegar Set ($17) Speaking of cooking, we also received a set of indulging condiments.
Barrel Aged Balsamic High Density Vinegar. From grilled chicken and steak to Brussel sprouts and potatoes, this vinegar is a perfect addition to anything. It has an amazingly fresh flavor with the sweetness and richness of balsamic vinegar.
Sweet Cream Butter Olive Oil. It’s an extra virgin olive oil with the creaminess of real butter, but without saturated fats. Switching it out for butter provides greater health benefits!
Harvest Fig Barrel Aged Balsamic Vinegar. This balsamic vinegar is deliciously sweet with a note of deep raisin, honey, and vanilla. It’s an ideal condiment for adding depth to your dish.
Aside from its storied places and unbelievably fantastic history, Italy is popular for their delicious dishes and uniquely flavored condiments that adds a twist to regular meals. The book is so informative. I’ve learned a lot of things about Italy, and it gives a feel like having traveled over it. The accessory is a beautiful addition too, as a fun reminder of Italian pleasures. The condiments are definitely going to be useful in our kitchen! If you love to know more about Italy or someone who is just wild about its cuisines and cultural treasures, this is a fantastic subscription. Andiamo!
What do you think of this month’s Andiamo box?