fruit for thought box review

Fruit for Thought Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | February 2019

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fruit for thought box review

Fruit for Thought is a monthly subscription box that sends uniquely themed assortments surrounding a different fruit (and sometimes a vegetable). Full sized boxes contain 5-8 items, many of which are from handmade small business and cost $44.99 monthly. The Mini Box contains 4-5 items and costs $24.99 monthly. NAT (notatree) received this box at no cost for review purposes.

Check out the unboxy box video

Here’s the Box Breakdown

first look in fruit for thought

Our first glimpse inside the February Fruit for Thought package. This is always wrapped so pretty and smells amazing!

what's in the fruit for thought box

Everything that we received in our “White Chocolate Raspberry” themed Box. As always it’s well thought out and well executed (and super cute to boot).


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. This shares this month’s theme as well as the March Box theme (coconut lime) and FYI April is FRUIT LOOP themed!

The reverse lists where each of these items is sourced from.


Lindt White Chocolate Truffles

So, we started out with 3 but 1 didn’t even make it through the unboxing video! What white chocolate box in February would be complete without one of these tasty treats!


Chocolate Kiss Lollipop

And to even it out we also received some milk chocolate too – we shared this pretty treat with the kids and had just a bite for ourselves!


Raspberry Soap from Fish Princess Farm


This soap bar is made with Goat’s Milk and smells absolutely lovely. Beyond the raspberry there is a light vanilla fragrance as well and ground raspberry seeds give this bar a mild exfoliation aspect. We think the packaging is to die for!


Raspberry Vanilla Tea from The Tea Can Company


Made with Wu Yi Oolong tea, enjoy a fruit flavor with a hint of vanilla. This tin brews 8-12 cups of teas and makes a really pretty addition to your pantry!


French Pink Clay Rose All Day Mask from Primal Elements


Next on the docket is a bit of skincare! This mask from Primal Elements is made with French Pink Clay which is great for sensitive skin and is formulated with zinc, copper and magnesium which lends your skin a fresh look. The Kaolin Clay in this mask deep cleans as well. You guys know how much we love trying new skincare products so we are really excited for this item!


Raspberry White Chocolate Dip from Country Home Creations


So we are kind of obsessed with this company. They have all sorts of instant dips and other items that are great for all your entertaining, they even have a Dip of the Month subscription. This dip only requires that you add sour cream and cream cheese to bring it to life. We think this would pair well with some chocolate graham crackers. We will definitely be ordering from this company in the future!


Heart Shaped Mug from Pinky Up Tea


This glass mug is double walled and the inner wall is heart shaped so when you look down into your mug you can see your love (whether it’s coffee or tea) particularly your new tea from the Tea Can Company! The double wall feature keeps your hands from getting hot too! We love that it’s clear and are so excited to have a new mug to add to our collection (our husband isn’t though)!

Here’s our brand new mug!


So in summary

Presentation: Everything arrived to us perfectly in our Fruit for Thought Box for February and was packaged beautifully!

Quality: We love that they source their items from smaller businesses that focus on quality more than quantity.

Curation: This box was a LOT of fun! We love the theme and thought they really brought it to life!


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Fruit for Thought $24.99 +


Fun and unique monthly gift boxes that are themed with different fruits. Packages contain home decor, edibles, accessories and more. Great gift for teens.

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