This box came at the perfect time as we needed to replenish our coffee with Dois Americanos coffee being a hit. Also enjoying the book Living In Tune. It is a good book to share with someone and start conversations with each other.
New products bring new smiles.
I am excited to try new coffee products and especially ones that can travel with us. Copper Cow Coffee is a good one to add to the mix. Also enjoying the bath soak, allowing time to read or just relax.
Nice box did not try coffee yet.
Nice full box!
First things first: as a disclaimer, I’m not really into “self care” products. Why I signed up for this box (it’s my first subscription box service... I’m not just signing up for anything and everything), I’m not sure, but that’s on me. I do love coffee. That being said, I really enjoyed the experience of opening the box. It was exciting and there was a lot in there. My only legitimate complaint is that the “facial polish” apparently didn’t come in “sensitive skin,” which is what I had selected as my skin type, so I guess they just picked a different skin type at random. Other matters that are just a matter of my personal taste: the coffee was only so so, and the spongelle scent reminded me of any 1990’s grandma’s soap collection. A surprising win for me was the little positivity cards. They are just way too wholesome for me, but they got my creative gears turning for some way to incorporate them humorously into cards or gifts I send. My one suggestion: I would like it if there were an option to skew the box more toward coffee and coffee-related products (or tea, for those who get the tea box). My box had 4 self care products and I would have been happier with 1-2, and having the option of getting the full size coffee in the petite box. Alternatively, I would have preferred something coffee related (a mug, for example, though preferably not one with a wholesome message) over 1 or 2 of the self care items.
It was good
It was a nice box