DixieDollsGlow - Subscription Box News & Reviews: June 2015 Escape Monthly Review & Coupon

July 08, 2015

June 2015 Escape Monthly Review & Coupon

          

I've always said that the first thing I would do if I won the lottery would be to travel the world. Imagine it. Walking through the ruins of Pompeii, getting a glimpse of the pyramids, dancing in Rio... It would be amazing. Unfortunately, I have yet to strike it rich so for now, I live vicariously through my Escape Monthly box!



If you aren't aware, Escape Monthly is a bit of a vacation in a box. The cost is $49.99 per month but if you use code YOURESCAPE at signup, you'll receive $10 off each month for the life of your subscription. Each month, subscribers receive a box of goodies from that months featured destination. It's a really fun box to receive because you know each one will be completely different from the last and I love the variety of items they send.


This months featured destination is Vancouver/Victoria.


Travel Guide Book --- This is one thing I really love about this subscription. Each months box has a fabulous guide book to use just in case you ever get to take a trip to the featured destination.


Native Art Eco Bag --- I can never have to many reusable bags and this one is absolutely beautiful.. 


Murchie's Diamond Jubilee Tea --- nothing beats a good cup of tea. This tea was specially blended the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth ||'s reign.


Rain City Soups 'Miso Ginger Grapefruit' dressing --- an odd combination but delicious none the less. And it made a great marinade. Plus, this particular flavor hasn't even hit the market yet so only Escape Monthly Subscribers have tasted it!


Vancouver Island Salt Co. Orange & Lime Sea Salt --- yumm! Made from sea salt along the Canadian coast and infused with serious citrus goodness.


Seachange Salmon Pate --- made with fresh Salmon and cream using the same 130 year old original recipe. I myself was not brave enough to try this but my husband did.....  He wasn't a fan... Like, at all...


Coconama Specialty Chocolates --- An adorable sampler box full of unusual but delicious flavors like coffee, green tea, mango and blueberry. Mouth watering!


Native Art Magnet --- this is another Native Art item included as a special bonus. A nice addition to my refrigerator door.


Overall, I'm loving this taste of British Colombia! It was a fabulous mix of high quality products that captured the destination perfectly!

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