Tuesday, December 2, 2014

NEW Subscription Box & Giveaway! - RawSpiceBar

I received an email from the folks at RawSpiceBar telling me about their new subscription service launching in January.

Click the picture or here if you're interesting in checking out RawSpiceBar

RawSpiceBar is a subscription service for spices. Yep I said spices. It's genius! Every month RawSpiceBar will send you 3 premium spice blends from around the world. Each box will average about 2 ounces of spices or enough for a 3 dish meal for 10-12 people. If you have no idea what to do with spices, don't worry, they will also include recipes in each box. The price of this box is $6 a month with shipping included. They do require a minimum of 3 months making it $18 but you will get 3 boxes which I always say 3 is enough to make a fair evaluation. 

Why do I think this is a genius idea? I love trying new spices but they can be expensive. In addition to the cost I hardly ever use a whole bottle of spice before it's lost it's potency so I end up tossing it. Of course I have staple spices that I use all the time but I'm talking about those spices you use once or twice and forget about or it gets pushed to the back of the spice rack.

To kickoff their launch they are offering a lucky reader a 2 month subscription to RawSpiceBar. I can't wait to try this subscription, it sounds like something I will be totally into. I will post a review as soon as I get my hands on the first box. 

RTo:  Anisha



11 comments:

  1. I wanna try ZA'ATAR spice.

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  2. I've been wanting to try one called Harissa!!

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  3. they all look good, but that pumpkin spice sounds good - have a pie pumpkin to cook.

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  4. I would love to try pumpkin spice
    shaunie

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  5. I want to try Sumac too

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  6. ZA'ATAR looks interesting!

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  7. Congrats to Lolli! And Thanks everyone for the great spice ideas. I've never tried Za'atar, Vadouvan or Sumac. I'm going to have look those up and see what they are all about.

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