Season’s Box March Edition

Season’s Box is another monthly subscription service that I really love getting (this will be my 4th box). I agree that its a little pricey ($34.90/month) but I love that we get 3-5 luxurious full size seasonal must-have products for your home, body, and spirit that tailor to one season (Winter, Spring, Summer, or Autumn), or Seasonal Holidays and Occasions.

 This month’s theme was Spring/ St Patrick’s Day. This month’s box was curated specifically with eco-friendly and green products. They also included some spring must haves and items that will refresh and rejuvenate your home, body and spirit.

Now the luck of the Irish was with me this month because I was lucky enough to get two boxes this month. I wasn’t sure when I got them both on the same day what was going on but a quick email to the company to find out what happened and there was a glich. So lucky me.

The first box I opened up was this one:

 –Ecoverse Compact Umbrella from Shedrain. It comes in a little storage bag (like the one below) and its made from recycled materials (fabric canopy is 100%  PET soda bottles) . The handle is natural bamboo. This sales for $32.00

I haven’t used it yet since it hasn’t rained but I already have it near by in the house and the car to use just in case I need it.

Natural Incense Cones from Vance Kitira. I can’t even remember the last time I burned incense but I do have fond memories of my aunt burning them because she use to say that burning one left her apartment feeling refreshed and it helped her to relax. So when I actually burned the peach cassis (the one below) it brought back happy memories of her.

I got a package of 15 cones w/ceramic burner, in rosewood box. They sell for $7.00 Its available in 4 other scents: ocean, lavender, oriental lime and green tea (which is pictured above).

Organic Gourmet Tea from Octavia. Did you know that the Irish drink more tea per capita than almost anyone in the world?  I didn’t know that. I was thrilled to discover I got two different kinds of tea in the boxes. The first one is Emerald Spring and Irish Breakfast.

Pure green tea at its best! Sit back and savor this tea’s flavorful echoes of grass, wildflowers and late afternoon sun. The ancient healthy properties of this classic green tea will cleanse the body and refresh the spirit. High in antioxidants and anti-aging properties.

Emerald Spring yields a clear, golden-green infusion and has a clean, assertive, classic green tea flavor. 50g for $13.00

The Irish drink more tea per capita than almost anyone in the world. In celebration of this tea-drinking tradition, Irish Breakfast is a hearty blend of traditional black teas with a robust, malty character and a brisk, slightly smoky finish that satisfies well beyond breakfast. Add a splash of milk and sugar to this classic, full-bodied cup for a real taste of Ireland.

If you are looking our strongest, traditional, straight-forward, brisk black tea to start your day off on the right foot, this tea is for you! 80g for $13.00

I am so excited to dip into these teas to try them out. I love drinking tea and discovering new kinds and brands. What about you?

-Dublin Mint Irish Soap from All Things Herbal. All Things Herbal is a company that makes all natural and real soaps. They are all hand crafted using the cold process method. The use moisturizing oils (olive, coconut, palm and soybean), cocoa butter, shea butter, herbs and fragrances.

Both soaps are the Dublin Mint and they smell so good. There is spearmint, peppermint and rosemary inside this fantastic smelling bar of soap. The soaps are 4.5oz and they sell for $5.50. I did see some seasonal soaps that I really want to get and you only pay $5.95 shipping which is a pretty good deal.

So my thoughts on the box is that I love it. I always get things that I will use and this month is no exception. The total value of the box is $57.50 (x2 $115.00) and the box always pays for itself.
Even though Seasons Box shows what you are getting in the box I am always thrilled when it comes it. I love the goodies we get and everything is packaged so well as you can see and the theme is carried out very well in the presentation.
What do you think of the box this month?
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