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The Devotea Subscription Box

When you sign up with The Devotea, you can choose from three different plans. The box I received to review is "A Taster's Delight" and it includes three different teas. I love that it specifies that no herbal teas or decaf teas will be included. Subscriptions are on a 3 month basis minimum, with the best savings coming by prepaying a year.

Amoda Box 2, featuring The Capilano Tea House

You know how sometimes you wake up in the middle of the night with an epiphany? That happened to me last night. It occurred to me that getting into the Amoda Box is a little like getting the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Seriously! I know the folks at Amoda (I hesitate to just say "Tegan" because I know there are others) are really diligent about sourcing only companies who are making their own blends and using natural ingredients. When I had the opportunity to review another box this month I jumped at it, because the Amoda Box always takes me somewhere I haven't been before.

Teabook Subscription

Good news for you guys who always say that all of the tea subscriptions are full of blends. This one is all pure teas from China! Teabook is based out of Seattle. Their subscription is $24.99/month and it ships on the 5th of the month. The first month of your subscription you are provided with a pretty nifty Teabook logo tumbler. Here's a picture of the first month's box.

Wicked Tea Subscription Box #2

Month two of my Wicked Tea subscription arrived, and I wanted to share it with you guys. I'm going to try to do a better job of posting what I get each month from the subs, even if it's more of a "mini post" - I think there is value in having several months of shipments to look at, don't you? I have already done a more in depth post about the subscription itself, so I won't rehash the particulars of it.

Bruu Monthly Subscription Box

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