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Bespoke Post September 2021 Spoiler #1

ByMSAAug 24, 2021 | 4 comments

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Summer may be coming to a close, but you know what that means? We can share spoilers for some of the Bespoke Post September 2021 boxes!

Bespoke Post's lifestyle boxes are considered one of the best men’s subscription boxes by MSA readers, and every month there are more options available for members to snag for just $45. We took a look one brand-new box coming out in September 2021 ... plus we've got news on an old favorite!

Sabor Box

Feeling like your Taco Tuesday could use a serious upgrade? Bespoke Post subscribers will get a chance to choose the brand-new Sabor box this September, stocked with everything they need to make their own corn tortillas! Here's what you'll find inside!

Aluminum Tortilla Press from Verve Culture

 Aluminum Tortilla Press from Verve Culture


Sourced directly from Mexico, the press is 6.5 inches in diameter and isn't available directly from the company. This is a unique chance to grab your own.

Servilleta from Verve Culture



Like the tortilla press, this textile — which can be used to warn your tortillas or as a tea towel or napkin — comes from Verve Culture, an American company that works with artisans from all around the world. They promise that each item labeled as coming from a particular country really does! Bonus: The 100 acrylic servilleta is machine washable!

Barro Plate from Verve Culture


orange Barro Plate on white background

Also from Verve Culture, this 7 inch plate is made from a traditional hand-thrown clay.

Organic Blue Masa Flour

Organic Blue Masa Flour

You can't make tortillas without flour, can you? The blue corn masa flour is gluten free, vegan, and non-GMO, and it is grown and processed in Puebla, Mexico.

Tierra Brava Habanero, Black Edition Hot Sauce

Tierra Brava Habanero, Black Edition Hot Sauce

This extra hot habanero sauce brings the heat with red habaneros and chili peppers! Made from all-natural ingredients, it's the perfect taco topper!

Layers Box

Bespoke Post doesn't just drop brand-new boxes on the 1st of the month. Sometimes the brand will also reimagine old boxes for fans who weren't able to snag them or want more of their favorite picks.

A big fan of the offerings in the Bespoke Post Layers Box but disappointed to see it's mostly sold out? Good news! Brand new colors are dropping September 1!

The box includes a Summit Flannel Shirt from Line of Trade plus boot socks from Wren to help you transition to a fall wardrobe!

Other Things You Should Know

When will the Bespoke Post September 2021 box ship? Bespoke Post typically ships subscription boxes between the 6th and 15th of each month.

Can I buy a Bespoke Post box when I'm not a subscriber? This is one subscription box you CAN buy on its own ... although non-members pay $55 instead of the $45 subscribers pay.

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Bronwyn Merritt

I am a pretty experienced home cook with lots of tortilla and dough-making experience. I could not get this masa to hang together no matter what I tried. I was able to press it into a tortilla, but could not transfer it to the griddle from parchment paper. It just did not seem right. Blue corn taco night was a fail, but I used store tortillas and no one complained.

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Interested! Would definitely put the tortilla grill to use. Let’s see how things look on the first.

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Corn grown and processed in Mexico contains aflatoxin. That’s why the rates of liver cancer are so much higher there than in other countries. High temperatures (cooking) don’t destroy fungal toxins. I recommend using flour tortillas or making corn tortillas from corn grown and processed in the U.S.

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I didn’t know that – super useful information – thanks!

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