Aster Market Subscription Box Review – December 2016
Aster Market is a subscription box that focuses on sending you small-batch products from around the world.
Good to know: Aster Market is ending their subscription program and December is the last box. They will continue to offer pre-curated gift boxes and the option to create your own through the Curate Your Own service. Find more info here!
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The Subscription Box: Aster Market
The Cost: $46.95 + free shipping
The Products: “Unique gifts for all of life’s special occasions.”
Ships to U.S. only
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This box comes with a card detailing the items included.
Scandi Scarf – Value$ 34.00
At first, I thought this was a throw. I was pleasantly surprised that it was a scarf. This gorgeous black and white pattern scarf is 74 inches long x 10 inches wide. The scarf is made in the USA with 100% acrylic yarn.
I love the pattern and this kept me warm when I wore it to San Francisco.
Classic Hot Chocolate Mix– 12 ounces-Value $15.00
This rich, creamy hot chocolate was a welcomed treat after a cold and rainy day in San Francisco. A delicious mix of sugar, 100% pure Valrhona chocolate, ground vanilla, and sea salt. This might be the best hot chocolate I have tasted!
Holiday Gift Tags Set of 10- Value $7.00
These beautifully designed gift tags are made from sturdy recycled cardstock. Baker’s twine is included for attaching to my gift boxes. This will add a festive flair to my holiday gifts. This product is hand-painted and made in Austin, Texas.
Verdict: The Aster Market box has a value of $56.00 and once again the quality of items is on par with what I have come to expect from them. This box is perfect for keeping me warm this winter season. The items that come in these boxes are useful and often times have more of a gifting theme with the products as opposed to other boxes.
What do you think of the final Aster Market box?