Irish Craft Club February 2016 Review + Coupon
Disclosure: This box was received free for review.
Irish Taste Club is an artisan food subscription that specializes in Irish food. Each box is $49.00 and comes with 7-9 sweet and savoury products like baking mixes, chocolates, and artisan jams. In addition to great products, each box contains an information card with recipes on how to use the products.
Cost: $49.00, $45.00/month for 3 months, $40.00/month for 6 months.
What’s in the box? Each box contains 7-9 sweet and savoury products like baking mixes, chocolates, and artisan jams.
Irish Taste Club comes in green and white box.
The front of the card has a brief introduction and two recipes: Potato Bread and Granola Fruit Crisp.
The back of the information card had pictures and descriptions of every snack.
Everything was wrapped in burlap.
Broderick Bros Mini Bites: This company is from Dublin and makes fantastic Belgian chocolate bites. This box has three different flavors: Tiffin, Caramel Slice and Rocky Road.
All the snacks in the box were individually wrapped!
Here is a look at each snack. From left to right: Mini Caramental, Mini Road Rocking Choc Choc Block, and Mini Tiff Toff Toff in the Tuffen.
The mini caramental was my favorite, it has a chocolate/caramel top with a shortbread bottom. This was by far my favorite item in the box, I just love shortbread. The rocky road treat was crunchy and fully of chocolate. The Tuffen was multiple layers of chocolate with a crunchy cookie bottom.
SD Bells Tea: This tea company has been around for more than 125 years and was even on the Titanic!. This is Belfast Tea, which is a combination of Indian and Kenyan Tea. Any company that has been around more than 125 years has to be doing it right.
Big Red Kitchen Brown Soda Bread Mix I have never made homemade bread, but this look easy! You just combine this mix with egg and water, then bake. Irish Taste Club recommends adding sausage, bacon and egg on top, it sounds amazing.
Joe’s Farm Crisps I am always willing to try a new chip and these didn’t disappoint. The bag is filled with dried beetroot, parsnip and carrot crisps, all mixed with Irish sea salt.
Here is a look at the crisps. These are think and have a sweet flavor with a bit of salt.
Follain Preserves Raspberry & Vanilla This is made with a 100-year-old recipe and made in West Cork. I can’t wait to try this with some homemade biscuits.
Crossogue Beetroot Chutney This is made to go great on cheese or salads. I am going to try it on some cream cheese for my next get together. The owner, Veronica Molloy started the company in small shops and now is award-winning!
Big Red Kitchen Butterscotch Sauce This is the same company that made the bread mix. This award-winning sauce is designed for your favorite dessert, using a recipe passed down through generations.
Final Thought: I was really impressed with Irish Taste Club. Those Broderick mini bites were so good, I would love to have more. I love that there were recipes, along with some great artisan foods. I can’t wait to try the bread for breakfast along with the raspberry and vanilla preserves. If you want to try Irish Craft Club, use this link with the coupon ITC10 to save 10%.
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