Georgia Crafted Review October 2013 – Local Subscription Box

I’ve been so in love with the spurt of local subscription boxes; they are such a great way to explore different products from artisans you may have never otherwise discovered. I’ve been to Georgia a few times when I was younger and have some family there, so when I was offered a box to review, I could not say yes any faster.

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The Cost: $29.95 a month, including shipping

The Products: Each month Georgia Crafted will create a box full of the best Georgia-made artisan products. You can expect 4 – 5 full-sized products.

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Carson Bryce Trading Company Atlanta’s Finest White Peach-Vanilla Soap – Value $7

This soap was made from organic ingredients which is awesome, but more than that, it smells so delicious! I cannot wait to use it, but I still have a whole new bar I just opened from my Uprising Botanicals subscription. In the meantime, I will settle for smelling it every few minutes!
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Merrilily Gardens Honey Kissed Pumpkin Butter – Value $6.50
Oh my gosh, this was so delicious. I never had pumpkin butter before, but now I cannot wait to experiment with it in my recipes. If you have any recommendation on using it, please share!

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Yacht Rock Revue CD – Value $5

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Edibelles Savannah Fare Southern Praline Snackin’ Mix – Value $5
These praline snacks were so delicious! I’ve had similar products before, but nothing as good as this.

Thoughts: This was definitely a fun box of Georgia. I loved the snacks and the soap and cannot wait to see what else is included in future boxes. Not to be overly stereotypical, but I would love to see some sort of peach jam in a box!

 

What did you think of the Georgia Crafted subscription box?