Cozy Crate Review January 2017


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Cozy Crate Review February 2017
Cozy Crate is a monthly subscription box from Cozy Leaf that will change your view of anticipation and excitement as you wait for the arrival of your mailman who will come once a month to bring you a box full of amazing handpicked items from artisans around the world. You can opt for the Tea Crate ($16.99/month) subscription box which includes 2 or 4 teas per month or the Cozy Crate ($29.99/month) which features 2-3 artisan items from small independent business around the United States plus one Cozy Leaf tea. I received the Cozy Crate to review.

Cozy Crate by Cozy Leaf
Cost: Tea Crate: $16.99/month. Cozy Crate: $29.99/month.
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A
Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

Cozy Crate ships via USPS on a monthly basis.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

This was my first time seeing a Cozy Crate and I was impressed.  The packaging and presentation were great!

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

The January 2017 Cozy Crate included the following items:

~Papeterie Box113 Stationery Set ($12): This is a set of 8 notecards in two of each design: “Hello;” “Just a note;” “Hi;” and “A note for you.”  They are blank on the inside and hand-lettered by Alison, the owner of Box113.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

 

~Nectar Republic Rosemary Mint Candle ($9): This 4oz candle has a cotton wick and is phthalate-free, meaning it will not release any harmful chemicals when burned.  The scent is a clean blend of “herbaceous rosemary and fresh mint”.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

 

~Elderslie Farm Triple Ginger Cookies (~$5): I can’t find these cookies for sale online, but they are handmade on a farm in Valley Center, Kansas.  I love ginger cookies and these were no exception.  They are made with real ingredients and the Elderslie Farm also has a Farm To Table Cafe and Restaurant which I would love to visit.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017
~Cozy Leaf Kansas Sunset Chai Rooibos Tea (2oz) ($8.99): This package is enough for 20 servings of tea. It has “cinnamon, cloves, ginger and cardamon with the sweet touch of anise and fennel accompanied by the soft smooth finish of red rooibos”.

Cozy Crate Review February 2017

All totaled I came up with a value of about $35 for the January 2017 Cozy Crate.  The value wasn’t huge, but I loved the curation and learning about all of these artisans!

What do you think of Cozy Crate?  If you are interested in ordering you can check them out here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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