The Gift That Keeps on Feeding: 10 Foodie Subscription Boxes
Why settle for one gift when you can give a recurring subscription box? These 10 foodie subscription services will keep your favorite people snacking (or sipping) with variety each month — and they’ll have you to thank well after the holidays.
Angel’s Cup ($11-23): They can try up to 208 different coffees in a year, with roasters like Verve and Bowtruss. Your gift recipient can blind- taste the samples they send each month and then compare notes with the roasters in Angel Cup’s free app.
The Cravory ($13 and up): Now not only San Diegans can get The Cravory’s gooey-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside concoctions. With the cookie subscriptions, the giftee can choose from half a dozen to up to two dozen Cravory cookies sent directly once a month. The flavors vary from month to month, but they’re always coming up with new combinations to keep things fresh.
Spice Madam ($20/month): Each box comes with three to four spices with four to six corresponding recipes. Each month also comes with a curated playlist so your loved one can dance in the kitchen while working.
Turntable Kitchen ($25/month): The Pairings Box matches albums from rising artists with new recipes to try. Each mailer comes with an exclusive seven-inch vinyl record, a recipe, and several ingredients to make it all come together. If your gift recipient isn't much of a cook, they have a box for coffee too.
Japan Crate ($35/month): The service sends new and exciting Japanese candies and snacks each month (18 to 20 of them to be exact) in addition to a small collectible item and a manga magazine with fun facts. Give it to the worldly candy enthusiast or “otaku” in your life.
Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Monthly Gourmet ($36/month): Each monthly box is themed around a different country, with six to eight full-size snacks to enjoy.
Saloon Box ($38/month): This subscription box sends new cocktail recipes with the right amount of spirits to try it out for each. Your family member or friend can find the next best drink without wasting money on full-size bottles beforehand.
Bokksu ($39/month): Get authentic, savory, gourmet Japanese snacks delivered to their door with this new delivery kit option.
Porter Road (starting at $50): If your loved ones can't get down to the local butcher counter as frequently as they'd like, then Porter Road has them covered. A box can be delivered as frequently as once a week, and the options range from a mixture of beef and pork, to all bacon, or a combination of meat treats with a whole chicken added.
Winc ($60): The wine service asks a few questions to get an idea of your gift recipient's flavor preferences and then lets them choose a combination of red and white wines customized to their tastes. The bottles are affordable, starting at $13, and delicious.
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