Irish Taste Club April 2016 Review + Coupon

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Irish Taste Club April 2016 Review

Irish Taste Club April 2016 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 savory 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.

The Details:

Cost: $49.00, $45.00/month for 3 months, $40.00/month for 6 months.

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What’s in the box?  Each box contains 7-9 sweet and savory products like baking mixes, chocolates, and artisan jams.

Irish Taste Club

Irish Taste Club shipped in a box, inside a polymailer bag.

First Look

First Look

O'Donnell's Mature Cheese and Onion Crisps

O’Donnell’s Mature Cheese and Onion Crisps These chips taste similar to LAY’S® Cheddar & Sour Cream chips.  In Ireland, chips are called crisps.  These were fantastic and made with cheddar from Little Milk Company.

Our Daily Bread Soda Bread

Our Daily Bread Soda Bread This kit includes everything you need, but water.  Soda bread is yeast free and considered a table bread.  This is often ate with sausage, egg and bacon.  I am planning to make this for my family, Saturday morning.

Follain Whiskey Marmalade

Follain Whiskey Marmalade  This marmalade is loaded with oranges and fortified with Irish Whiskey.  This was included to enjoy with the soda bread.  There was a recipe on the back of the information card using this to make Marmalade Bread and Butter Pudding.
Red Rooster Coffee

Red Rooster Coffee This is touted as the best small batch coffee in Ireland.  It’s made with beans from Columbia, Ethiopia, and Kenya.  The coffee is already ground, so it’s ready to brew.

Harnett's Blackberry Vinaigrette

Harnett’s Blackberry Vinaigrette I just started eating salads and I am really excited to try this dressing.  This is made with vinegar and blackberries. My husband prefers vinegar based dressings, so I know he will like it too.


Irish Atlantic Chilli and Paprika Sea Salt The sea salt in this mix was from the western shores of Ireland. This seasoning is mixed with chilli and paprika and free with additives and preservatives.


Cocoa Bean Rose and Pistachio Chocolate This was a unique bar, made with roses and pistachios.  I am really not a fan of the rose ingredient, but my 6 year old loved it!


Final Thought: This was a great box, especially the chips.  I am excited to make the bread, coffee and marmalade for breakfast Saturday.  Irish Taste Club is a great subscription to try new Irish foods.  If you want to subscribe, use this link with the  coupon subscriptionboxmom10 to save 10%.

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