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GlobeIn April 2019 Box Spoiler #2 + Coupon

The theme for the upcoming GlobeIn April 2019 Box is…Slurp!

Hey Friends,

Do you enjoy a nice warm shower? The toasty gulp of a cup of hot chocolate? The subtle tingle of your toes warming up in a pair of wool socks? Or perhaps a cuddle from the one you love and a hug from a cozy quilt? If you’re a lover of all things soothing, you’ll find tranquility in the Slurp Box.

And I’m here to assure you that chicken soup is for the soul, and not just for sick days from school or work. Imagine this – a rich, decadent bowl of Forbidden Rice® Ramen, steeped in your favorite bone broth or vegetarian stock, and topped with a boiled egg or veggies galore. Your new Sana Noodle Bowl and Sauce Dish are the perfect matching set for a delicious and beautiful evening meal. Dim down the lights and ignite a scentless candle, so that you may set a cozy mood and take in the full indulgence of your ramen experience. Your Elephant Chopsticks will make a perfect pair of dining companions, and your new Handwoven Amapola Basket can store all your toppings and garnishes on the side for extra flavor.

So if you are like me, and you run cold and shiver even when it’s warm outside, or get anxious after a long day’s work, get ready for the assuaging sounds of slurping. This box is sure to help you unwind.

Each box will include:

Sana Sauce Dish, Tunisia (Retail: $12)

Measurements: 4″ x 4″

Materials: Stoneware Ceramic.

Care Instructions: Dishwasher safe.

In case you missed the previous spoiler:

Sana Noodle Bowl, Tunisia (Retail: $40)

Measurements: 8″ diameter x 4″

Materials: Stoneware Ceramic.

Care Instructions: Dishwasher safe.

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Posted in GlobeIn Artisan Gift Box Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: globein | 10 comments

Comments (10)

  1. Why does no one ever acknowledge that all of the contents of the box are listed and pictured from the start? Every item listed with capital letters is in the box.

    • Totally agree! And why does no one ever acknowledge that this company always gives stoneware ceramics from Tunisia and glasses from Mexico. Source another vendor.

      • They explain that they try to give repeat business to the same people and organizations to sustain their income. Often when a “big company” gives a contract, they do one large order and then leave. That is good for the artisans in that they (hopefully) get a large check but it does not help them with a sustained source of income. That is also why they put similar items in their shop instead of just featured in the monthly boxes.

    • Because it’s been that way for a long time so it’s probably not a big deal to most people. Not every box has the actual items shown/spoiled in the pictures from the theme announcement though. MSA posts the spoilers as Globein provides them with more information (country of origin, sizes, retail value, etc).

    • Why does it matter if people acknowledge the spoilers in the pictures? You seem personally put out that nobody mentions it.

  2. I have to say that the title of this box is severely offputting to me.

    • This. I can’t stand that word. But I also have misophonia and eating sounds are my top triggers. So I acknowledge my hang-up about that word due to the sounds it brings to mind is a personal problem. Don’t mind me GlobeIn 🙂

  3. Has anyone gotten an answer about whether their products are foodsafe or contain lead? The way that the glaze splinters on the pottery ive gotten from them when it gets wet makes me worry about using them for liquids

    • Yes, this has been addressed in the maven group a few times now. GlobeIn requires a report and that the items are tested by an independent European company for food safeness. From what I know, they are safe to use. If you ever have questions about any item you receive from them snap a picture and email customer service.

    • What do you mean about glaze splintering? I haven’t heard about that.

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