I love traveling but truth be told, I have not traveled anywhere for fun in almost 7 years. I have traveled to a few places for fun, the most exciting and furthest away was Costa Rica, and I would love to return someday. I have a list of places I would love to travel but until the time comes that I can, I truly enjoy learning about new destinations, cultures, people, and food anyway that I can. Also since I am somewhat of a foodie, I really love it when offered to sample new flavors! When Abuela Mami reached out to me asking if I would review their subscription box featuring flavors of Cuba I was all in!
|A Sampling Of What You Can Receive When You Subscribe To Abuela Mami|
I was really excited to see what would be in my first Abuela Mami box and had my fingers crossed for some excellent coffee, which I did receive. In fact I was pleased with everything in my box so let me show you what was included.
While I do love guava, I will admit when I received the Conchita Guava Paste I was a little confused on what to do with it. When I researched more on the product I was surprised at how many ways one can use guava paste. Cheese appears to be one of the popular pairings for guava paste but you can use it simply as a spread on your toast in the place of jam. Guava paste is similar to fruit leather, and can be used for both sweet and savory recipes. I am looking forward to experimenting with it.
Ancel Papaya Chunks are another sweet treat from Cuba that you could receive in your Abuela Mami box. The chunks come in a syrup and in my research I found they are often used with cream cheese and in dessert recipes. I hope to find more ways to use them but so far that is what I have discovered. If you know of any other ways please let me know in the comments. They are also quite yummy on their own.
The last item is an aluminum soup cup. At first I was not so sure it was something I would use often but I have come to really love it. It keeps my soup hot and is great for travel, camping, backpacking, and other on the go activities. We often sit outside by a campfire in our own backyard and this just makes the experience feel more rustic and fun. I am honestly not sure how this is considered cuban, I am sure there is history associated with it and I still need to find out more about this.
I think that is the only downside on the Abuela Mami box at this time, the lack of information that comes with your items. I do not mind doing some research but I think a flyer telling a little about each product would make this subscription box complete.
Other than that I really love this sub box and think it is truly unique among all the subscription boxes out there. The Abuela Mami Cuban subscription box is $25.95 per month.
What do you think of the items I received? Would you like to subscribe? If so go to Abuela Mami and sign up!
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