To give as a gift or just for yourself: food subscriptions are a godsend for those who like to keep their culinary affairs in order. Because which foodie wouldn’t be happy with good olive oil, natural wines or delicious chocolate just delivered to their home? Culy lists the best food subscriptions for you.
Now that we are all spending more time at home and are also working from home more often, the food subscription is very handy. You no longer have to go out for all kinds of goodies, but just let it come to you. Three cheers for this genius invention!
Olive oil subscription
We all use olive oil in abundance, but it is always a hassle to carry such a bottle. Olivery thought of something: olive oil, just through the letterbox. They made a beautiful bottle with dark glass that keeps the olive oil at its best for a long time and also includes an olive oil subscription. Indicate how many people your household consists of and how often you cook and they will advise you on the frequency of your subscription.
The refill packs are flat and just drop on your doormat when you need them (already the next day!).
In addition, Olivery is working hard on a Smart Bottle, which will let you know via your phone when your bottle of olive oil is almost empty. You can order a supply of fresh olive oil at the touch of a button. For Olivery, olive oil is made from cold-pressed olives from Puglia (Southern Italy). It is cold pressed, filtered and centrifuged for dipping, dressing and baking.
Natural wine subscription
For lovers of natural wine it almost becomes a sport to find such special possible bottles. You may know Winestories as that nice wine shop where they import vin naturel . In other words: natural wines (also known as natural wines). They then deliver them to the best restaurants. Think of GlouGlou , Restaurant Breda, 4850, Scheepskameel, Heron , Coba and 101 Gowrie.
In the webshop you can order good bottles, but you can also be surprised with a natural wine subscription . With this you can receive three or six great wine finds at your door every month or every three months. They are delivered to your home for free.
Tony’s Chocolonely subscription
If you sign up at Tony’s Chocolonely for a (cancellable!) subscription, you will receive a letterbox package with no less than 4 half bars of 2 exclusive new flavors in colorful wrappers, conceived by Tony’s own Count Chocula Bas . There is also always a surprise. We can’t think of a nicer post.
Not only have we discovered baking sourdough en masse during the lockdown (just ask Culy’s Winnie…), more and more sourdough subscriptions are also emerging. These are mostly local initiatives, such as the guys from Broodbrood.nl have set up, for example. They bake delicious handmade bread in ‘pain artisanal’ style, which they deliver at home in the morning in Utrecht Leidsche Rijn, Oog in Al, Vleuten and De Meern. Culy’s Nancy has never been happier.
They have a similar initiative in Schiedam: Aap Noot Brood . And they also make chamomile butter for that bread.
Anyone who makes coffee fanatically at home naturally wants the freshest roasted coffee beans (or ground coffee) available. You won’t find these in the supermarket, but you can buy them directly from roasters, who also neatly put the date on which the beans were roasted on the bag. And if you use a lot of coffee in your household, you can use a good coffee subscription.
The nicest as far as we’re concerned? Those of White Label Coffee , Wakuli , Single Estate and FRIEDHATS .
Miso-pecan, salted chocolate chip or chai-fig-speculoos: the cookies that Cookie Casa bakes don’t only come in great flavors, they are also delivered through your letterbox, in a great holographic box. If you take out a subscription, you can look forward to a box with four fresh cookies every month. Also nice as a gift!
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