Monthly box subscription companies seem to be all the rage these days. You can have anything from makeup to kids toys to bacon to wine delivered right to your doorstep. The beauty of these subscription boxes is that you’ll get to try a product you make not know about or wouldn’t necessarily buy on your own, and you usually get it at a great price. Plus, who doesn’t love getting packages in the mail?!
One of the newer subscription companies out there is RawSpiceBar. They’ll deliver a sample of freshly ground, small batch, premium spices to your door for just $6 a month. 6 bucks! It’s a screaming deal, and a great way to try out some new and exotic spices that you maybe wouldn’t have necessarily picked up on your own. Each month you’ll get 3 different spice blends, as well as 3-5 recipes for different ways to use your spices. I tried out March’s spice box which featured a Persian theme, and highlighted spices like saffron threads, a spice blend called “advieh khoresht”, which contained spices like organic rose petals and Persian lime powder, and another a spice blend called “mast-o-khiar herbs”, which included mint, dill, organic rose petals and black peppercorns. They are packaged in these adorable, resealable brown paper pouches, and as soon as you open the package, the aroma of the freshly ground herbs hits your oldfactory nerves. They smelled incredible! And tasted even better. We used the herbs to make grilled veggie and chicken kabobs, and the flavor was just out of this world. Using the freshest of herbs made a huge difference.
If you’d like freshly ground spices delivered to your door every month, head on over to RawSpiceBar to sign up. You’ll also find more recipes and meal ideas on their website.
GIVEAWAY: Courtesy of RawSpiceBar, I will be giving away 1 month of free herbs. Simply comment below on what your favorite spice is, and you’ll be entered to win. Make sure you leave a valid e-mail address. Last day to enter is April 25th.
Disclaimer: I was given spices by RawSpiceBar to try, but the opinions and pictures in this post are all my own.