Teasy December 2019 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Teasy is a monthly tea and wellness box that send items such as tea, skincare, and self-care products. Products will be from small businesses and makers across the U.S. so you can expect artisanal, small batch, and handcrafted Items. Teasy also gives back – they donate 10% of their profits to OperationHoneyBee. Boxes are $49.99 each and you can choose to receive the box quarterly if you prefer.

Each Box Includes

  • Month supply of handcrafted tea from a small maker 
  • Delicious jar of honey from different small-batch purveyors
  • 3-5 Wellness and Self-Care inspired Products
  • Artisanal and Handcrafted makers/small businesses
  • Handmade, Organic, All-Natural, Eco-Friendly, Artisan, and small batch products
  • All first time orders receive a tea infuser ball
DEAL: Get 25% off your first box! Use coupon code HELLO25.

Presentation was simple and colorful, with cheery orange paper greeting me when I opened the box.

I received a card signed by the owner of Teasy.

The back of the card listed what you can expect in your Teasy box.

I received another card with info on the products I received in the box.

Everything was snuggled into white paper squiggles.

Everything in my box! This is my very first box from Teasy.

Goatboy Soaps Goat’s Milk Soap ($4.99) The scent of this soap is heavenly, I love the cherry almond scent that is heavy on the sweet red cherry note.

According to the Goatboy website this is made with goat milk, olive oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, and shea butter, plus I’m sure it has something added for scent and color. My daughter has claimed this for herself so I will pass it along but would love to see this brand in another box!

Stubees Wildflower Raw Honey ($7) I love honey, and this is a great way to discover honey brands that you won’t find at your local store (unless you live near the producer).

This one is wildflower honey and had a hint of mesquite flavor to me.

You can stir into tea or use instead of jam on a peanut butter and honey sandwich. Or drizzle on a hot, freshly buttered piece of cornbread or a biscuit. Yum.

Surfs Up Candle Soy Wax Candle in Cranberry Apple ($10) I love a really good candle and this one is exactly what I look for in a candle! Check out the shabby chic look on the outside too!

The candle is made of clean burning soy wax and is supposed to burn for 20 hours. The scent is perfect, a mix of cranberry and apple that smells like I might have a pie baking in the oven. I could even smell it from a nearby room so you know the scent and throw is good both cold and hot.

Pantry Products Vanilla + Mint Lip Scrubs I couldn’t find this on the Pantry Products website, which is too bad because it is amazing!

It’s a huge container too, should last me for months.

It’s made with sugar, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, and essential oils. It has a vanilla mint flavor and worked very well as a lip scrub. My lips were even tingling a bit afterwards!

The Flowered Life Soul Salve ($7.49) I love to try natural beauty products and this brand was new to me.

Ingredients include herb infused olive oil, beeswax, and shea butter. You can read about the benefits of those plant oils on The Flowered Life’s website.

The balm is very silky and melts on contact. It has a pleasant herbal scent and I like that this can be used on lips, cuticles, minor skin irritations, and elbows.

Tea Infuser I’ve never received a mesh tea infuser in this gold-tone color before! I believe the infuser comes in the first box only.

You place the dry tea in the ball and then close it up with the latch. Stick it in a mug, pour hot water over it, and then let the tea steeped for the required amount of time. Make sure to not pack the ball, tea leaves need room to expand.

Piper & Leaf Artisan Loose Leaf Tea ($10.99 each) When you sign up you can choose to receive caffeinated teas or caffeine-free. You can also choose the types of teas you like (black, green, herbal, etc.).

Each tea was packed in a muslin bag and had steeping instructions printed on the back.

Inside the bags I found the loose leaf tea in plastic bags that are resealable.

Front Porch Special has a hint of jasmine and mint and is perfect for a mid afternoon tea. I used 1.5 teaspoons (I like strong tea) and then added milk and sugar and really enjoyed the flavor of this blend.

I couldn’t find Caramel Apple Pie but it is like drinking dessert! It is heavy on the caramel flavor and I added milk and sugar and loved drinking this on a cold winter day.

I was extremely pleased with my very first Teasy box! I love tea and self-care, and I certainly prefer products that are more natural, less processed, and I think this box hit all of my needs. The quality of each item was high and everything worked well, smelled great, felt good, and tasted yummy. I found the box to have a value of around $51.46, but that doesn’t include the infuser or lip scrub, so add on another $10-$20 for those two items. Most of these brands were new to me and I doubt I would have discovered them without the help of Teasy.

What do you think of this month’s box?

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