GlobeIn Review + Coupon Code – July 2019

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The GlobeIn Artisan Box is a monthly subscription box featuring GlobeIn‘s favorite products from global artisans. Each box is curated around a monthly theme selected by their editor with the aim of helping you experience new and interesting products and cultures.

GlobeIn Artisan Gift Box
Cost: First Month: $40.  Subsequent Months: $50/month.
Ships To: United States ($10). Canada ($12). International ($15).
Coupon Code: New customers can use the coupon code”WELCOME” to $10 off your first month of a 3-month or 6-month subscription to GlobeIn Artisan Box.

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

GlobeIn ships via USPS. Boxes ship between the 18th and 21st of the month.

GlobeIn is always great with their packaging! Everything always arrives safely, which is remarkable since they ship a lot of breakables.

The July 2019 GlobeInSIZZLE” themed box included the following items:

1. Moroccan Mezze Plate, Morocco ($50 value): I cannot eat enough chips and salsa this summer, so I feel like this plate was made for me.  I am also 100% here for this gorgeous pattern and these stunning colors. It was handmade in Morocco by a group of artisan workers with a passion for pottery.

Measurements: 10.5″ D x 1.5″

Materials: Handmade ceramic.

Care Instructions: Dishwasher safe.

2. Chindi Handle Bread Basket, India ($20 value): Handmade in India using the Chindi Weaving technique.  Artisans gather cotton scraps and sustainable jute fibers and sew them together to create everything from rugs and trivets to baskets like these.  Use it for bread or to store things around the house (maybe use as a catch-all for keys and wallets?).

Measurements: 10″ x 7.5″ x 3.5″

Materials: Natural fiber (grass/leaves), upcycled Indian textiles.

3. Bamboo Food Tent, Vietnam ($30 value): How do I not own a food tent? Thanks to artisans with D&C Manufacturing, I do now.  No more worrying about flies and bugs trying to get our food!

Measurements: 9″ x 13″

Materials: Bamboo and synthetic netting.

Care Instructions: Wipe Clean.

4. Stainless Steel Spreader – White, India ($10 value): This spreader, made by artisans with Noah’s Ark, can be used for cheese or hummus. Or maybe even to spread avocado on toast??  No matter how you choose to use it, you can be certain it will look stylish on your table.

Measurements: 8″

Materials: Stainless Steel.

Care Instructions: Hand washing recommended.

5. Hot Drops – Mild Four Chili, South Africa ($13 value):  Eeek!  Just the name of this scares me!  It wasn’t quite as HOT as I expected, but it was more than mild in my opinion.  Just for the record though I should mention that I sometimes find mild salsa to be too much ;).

Measurements: 4.2 fl oz (125 ml)

Ingredients: Vintage (50%) (chillies: Serrano & passion chilli (48%), vinegar, salt), lemon juice, water, sunflower oil, fermented Serrano chili (6%), fermented baby pepper chili (6%), garlic, salt, Bird’s eye chili (0.3%), xanthan gum.

Storage: Refrigerate after opening and use within 4 weeks.

What do you think of GlobeIn? If you are interested in subscribing, you can head over to their site and get signed up. Don’t forget that new customers can use the coupon code “WELCOME” to save $10 off their first month of a 3-month subscription to GlobeIn Artisan Box.

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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 CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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