GlobeIn January 2019 Premium Artisan Box Review + Coupon
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GlobeIn‘s theme for January is “Brew”.Premium Boxes are $40.00 month to month and filled with 4 or more handmade items from all over the world. Essential boxes are $10.00/month and come with one curated product each month. I love the quality of the items in my GlobeIn boxes. You also find out about where each piece comes from and who made it. You can save $10.00 on your 3 month subscription, just use coupon WELCOME.
GlobeIn ships in a large green box.
Every box comes with an information guide. They have changed the information guide to a larger format with ffull-colorpictures. You receive detailed information about every item in the box, along with information about the artisans who make the items.
Ceramic Hand-Painted Handleless Mug, Tunisia (Retail $15) The cup measures 3” x 2.5” and is hand painted ceramic. The cup was made through Le Souk, which is a company that helps employ artisans. This mug takes about 8 different people to make this one mug. You can use this for coffee, or use it to store your makeup brushes.
Ceramic Hand-Painted Coffee Dripper, Tunisia $25.00 This measures 3.2″ x 2.5″ and is a way to brew coffee. I had to look up what a coffee dripper was, as I have never used one. You place a filter in the cup, then pour hot water over top. As the water runs over the ground coffee, it drips to a mug under it.
This is how the dripper looks over the mug.
Barista Milk Frothing Pitcher, India $20.00 This pitcher is made of stainless steel and is perfect for those frothy drinks. GlobeIn featured a story about Dilshad Hussain, who learned metal crafting and now managing the metal crafting. The mug is made through Noah's Ark, which is an organization that connects artisans to international markets.
Beaded Wooden Spoon, Kenya $15.00 This wooden spoon is made of Jacaranda and features hand-beaded decorations on the end. Nairobi learned the art of jewelry making, then brought her craft to her current job. The money she earns from her craft helps pay for school for her two children.
Dean's Beans Java Drops, Peru $5.00 These coffee beans are coated in chocolate and can be eaten right out of the bag. Esperanza Castilla is one of the first female agronomists in Peru. She was so effective at her job that was put in charge of the entire coop. She is a coffee farmer and helped this coffee company become what it is today.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $80.00. I don't drink coffee, but I still thought this was a great box. I love the mug with the dripper and it would look beautiful on the counter next to your coffee. Get $10 Off 3 Month or Longer Artisan Subscription Box! Use Code ‘WELCOME‘ and Save at GlobeIn!