Buying Christmas presents is a hard task. I like to actually think about the person I am buying for and wondering if they would really enjoy the gift, not just buying (or making) it because I like it, or because it is on sale, or readily available.
The task of trying to find just the right gift for each person is always a challenge, but Red Balloons Subscription boxes might tick a few boxes for several of my family members this Christmas.
Last week we were lucky enough to receive a Maggie Beer Barossa Box to try out. And I had to quickly hide the biscuits from my kids as they are suckers for any kind of cracker.
We also received some verjuice and some spiced pear paste. All products have been earmarked for recipes to try this coming weekend. I've never cooked with verjuice before, but being a lover of all things Maggie Beer and The Cook and The Chef, I have a few things in mind.
And I might just buy myself a subscription for this box so I can continue to try some more Maggie Beer products.
RedBalloon MarketPlace was created with the aim to bring surprise and delight into the homes of people across Australia.
Each month RedBalloon curates a premium selection of gourmet food, wine and lifestyle boxes, filled with products that the RedBalloon Team has discovered and loves.
Whether you're looking for a gift that keeps on giving, or a treat for yourself, a subscription to RedBalloon MarketPlace is one way to ensure a box of happiness and lots of smiles every month.
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Disclosure: I received a complimentary subscription box to facilitate this review, and an administration fee from Digital Parents Collective. As always, all opinions expressed are purely my own.