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Chocolate and Book: Subscription Box

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Sorry about the picture. The stamp is really beautiful but it was not very clear.

For June we’re exploring the book subscription box Chocolate and Book. Its slogan is simple: something to read, something to eat, and something to drink. I ordered it from CrateJoy, which is a great resource for subscription boxes. Chocolate and Book comes from England and it was worth the wait.

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The wrapping was so nice and very personal. It was as if I was getting a care package from my British grandmother. The book is there on the left wrapped in tissue and silk ribbon. Someone actually Scotch taped the book like a present.

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Opening the tissue further revealed the something to eat and something to drink. Puppy was not included in the box. The candy is a chocolate and cherry pudding bar and the tea is chocolate mint.
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There were also a few very nice, personal notes within the box. Click to enlarge.

 

The book that was included was The Meaning of Night by Michael Cox. On Goodreads it has a 3.7 star rating, so that’s  enough that I don’t feel worried about reading it and possibly hating it.

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I think this is my favorite box so far. I know the tea will be good, and the book is one I wouldn’t have picked for myself, which is fun. We’ll see how the pudding bars are. But for this box I feel like I could enjoy all parts of it without it feeling like someone threw a bunch of knick knack junk in a box with a book that I have to find a use for.

This is a box I would recommend, especially if you are a tea drinker. Get a taste of England with Chocolate and Book!

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