July Savour Globe In
In case your not familiar with GlobeIn this is a subscription service of Artisan products released each month. Themed collections include 4-5 handcrafted items, specially created by artisans from around the world. Each item comes along with a printed story about the artisan who made it. Their goal is to “help you discover the world while empowering small producers in remote regions of the world.”
Here’s what I received in July’s Themed Savour Box
Included are hand painted Salt and Pepper Shakers $20.00 and a Ceramic Spoon Rest $18.00 from the Palestinian Territories. Such a unique design and although the photo doesn’t do the colors justice, there is a gorgeous mixture of blue and green.
Also included is a Neem Wood Spice Bowl $15.00 from India and includes a recipe for Garam Masala. I haven’t tried the recipe yet, but it’s added to my to do list as I love the art of Indian spice mixtures.
And lastly, for July, I chose a basket substitute $15.00 (below) made from leaves of the romblon plant. Inside the basket is a small sac of Ilocano Asin Sea Salt. This box also includes a booklet that explains the items in greater detail and tells a story of the people who make them
I am extremely pleased with this subscription and the products that were included in my first box. The Savour box was the first of my three month subscription which cost $114.00 and totals $38.00/box for me.
If you subscribe to Globe In what is your favorite item(s) you’ve received from them?
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*This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Some of you may remember my post from last month on GlobeIn. See my original post here. I just recently received my second box for this month and I wanted to show you what was […]
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