Subscription Box Review | Posted Pantry

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Discover new artisan and gourmet foods from across Britain delivered to your door.  All products made by people, not by big companies…. Let’s have a look at Posted Pantry!

What is it?
With Posted Pantry, you can discover new, artisan foods delivered to your door.  Each month you receive a curated box of gourmet food from small, independent producers (which we love here at Lovely Little Box!)

How does it work?
Subscribe online, and you will be sent a surprise box!  You choose between one off boxes or a rolling subscription (you can cancel anytime).  Each month you’ll get between 5-7 artisan products from producers across the country.  The selection of products you will receive are curated to fit into different elements of your life. This may be a snack or treat for on the go, a cooking ingredient or something new.

What’s in the box?
This box had a theme of The Taste of Yorkshire.  So – you’ve guessed it – everything was produced in Yorkshire!  It’s a lovely selection…

Organic Cashew and Cranberry Museli from Side Oven Bakery
Organic Oatcakes from Side Oven Bakery
Goldenberry’s from Side Oven Bakery
Lemon Curd from Bracken Hill Fine Foods
Rapeseed Oil from Yorkshire Rapeseed
Curry Meal Kit from The Twisted Chilli
Yorkshire Honeycomb Chocolate from White Rabbit Chocolatiers

posted pantry subscription box

Thoughts?
This was presented really nicely; it arrived at my door in a large box, tied with a lovely blue ribbon.  So it felt like I was getting an actual gift, rather than just a box in the post (thanks Posted Pantry!  Top marks!)

The first thing I had to try was the chocolate.  And it disappeared really rather quickly!  It was like a crunched up Crunchie, but so much more luxurious tasting…

The Muesli was delicious; I’m not usually a muesli person, so I put more in the bowl than I could handle, but it was yummy.  I added the Goldenberry’s too.

I love a bit of tang, so the lemon curd was right up my street.

I really liked that everything was full size.  In some subscription boxes, you get a sample sizes, which are OK, but if you’re paying a decent amount of money you want to get full sizes that are going to last you.  And Posted Pantry is definitely worth the money.  Full sized, award winning food, all produced by Independent suppliers?  Awesome.

How much does it cost?
£17.50 for a one-off letter box sized taster box (5 or 6 small sized products), £23.50 for a Luxury Tasting Box (5-7 full sized products), or £22.50 per month for a rolling subscription.

No commitment, and you can cancel at any time.

How can I get it?
Visit  www.postedpantry.co.uk and subscribe!

Did you get the Taste of Yorkshire Posted Pantry box?  What did you think?  Let us know in the comments below!

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