Tea Box Express Subscription Box Review – July 2015
Tea Box Express is a monthly box of tea goodies. Each month brings a new box that always includes brand-name tea (whole leaf tea, either in loose leaf or pyramid bag form) and three or four tea accessories and paraphernalia.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Tea Box Express
The Cost: $25.50 for month-to-month, $74 for 3 months, and $139 for 6 months. Shipping is $5.99/month.
The Products: 1 quality tea and 3 or 4 accessories per month
Ships To: US
Each box comes with a card that describes the month’s theme and the items in the box. This month, the theme is focused on Summer fruits.
Chai Diaries Passion Fruit Oolong Tea – 4 oz, value: $12
This tea smells great, and I think it would taste good iced, too.
Effie’s Homemade All Natural Oatcakes – 7.2 oz, value: $6
I love that Tea Box Express adds snacks/crackers/etc to go with your teas. These oatakes are really delicious. The texture is perfect and they feel light and a little buttery.
Pineapple Tea Infuser – value: $5
I couldn’t find this exact infuser online anywhere, but I found a similar one on Amazon to base the price off of. I think it’s cute – pineapples are definitely trending this summer!
Kopali Fruit Organic Mango – 1.8 oz, value: $5.99?
These dried mango pieces are made with only mango, and they taste great! They have lots of flavor and are pretty sweet. I had to guess on the price here, because I can’t find them priced for sale anywhere online.
Stonewall Kitchen Red Raspberry Jam – 3.75, value: $3.50
This jam is awesome. Maybe one of my favorite things in the box (especially paired with the oatcakes)! I also love that it’s all natural.
The Verdict: The value for this month’s Tea Box Express comes out to $32.50. To me, that value is okay, especially because I know I like and will use everything in the box. I also really like the curation this month being all about fruits. Summertime makes me all about the produce!
What do you think about Tea Box Express?