January 2020 - The Caribbean Tea & Coffee Box

The Caribbean Tea & Coffee Box

New month! New year! New decade!

And the launch of another customer fave - the Caribbean Tea & Coffee Box.

Malika & I have such amazing memories of going to tea parties with our Granny back in Trinidad. We wanted to re-create these memories in our January box, as the temperatures drop here in the U.S. we hope that it brings a bit of warmth & nostalgia to you :)

Malika & Jamila


In this box, we bring you some classics for the perfect Caribbean evening tea and coffee-time ritual. From the fruit flavored coffee and tea to the rum cake, this box is filled with tropical flavors sure to ignite nostalgia for a by-gone Caribbean tradition.

Banana Rum Cake

A rum-infused fruit flavored pound cake. The rum makes it incredibly moist and gives it a rich flavor. Enjoy with a hot cup of tea or coffee for a delightful treat.

Mango Tea

Pure black tea with a tropical fruit flavor. Enjoy a hot cup with the snacks for a sweet treat. Steep in freshly boiled water for 3-5 minutes. If you prefer, add milk and sweeten.

Coconut Coffee

A coconut-flavored coffee. Have with the rum cake for a coffee-time delight.

Sweet Treats

An assortment of classic Caribbean sweet snacks. The perfect accompaniment to your coffee and tea.

Milo Drink

Guava Jam

Crix Crackers

Fondly dubbed the "Vital Supply", Crix is a staple in any Trinbagonian home. Round water crackers that are a quintessential Trinbagonian pantry staple. They can be eaten straight out of the bag but paired with guava jam or cheese, these crackers eat more like a meal. Dunk in your tea for an authentic Trinbagonian experience!

Callaloo Box
Callaloo Box


We are two sisters from Trinidad & Tobago, Malika and Jamila and we founded Callaloo Box in 2017. Callaloo Box is a Trinidad and Tobago & Caribbean subscription box service & online grocery delivering seasonings, condiments, spices, pepper sauces, drinks, snacks and more directly to your door.


No commitment necessary - pause or cancel at any time.

Click "Subscribe & Save" & then choose either monthly or every 2 months delivery.
To purchase as a gift or One Time Box select One-time purchase above. 

August Theme: The Caribbean Hot & Spicy Box

This box celebrates the amazing heat and flavor of Caribbean Pepper! Pepper (hot) sauce is a staple in any Caribbean home, with many different types and variations. Caribbean pepper sauces are known not only for the heat but also for the wonderful flavor. Pepper is definitely a part of the Caribbean culinary landscape!


  • Habanero Trinidad Scorpion Pepper Sauce
  • R.B's Snacks Whole Pepper Channa
  • Swiss Hot & Spicy BBQ Sauce
  • Karibbean Flavours Tamarind Chutney
  • Karibbean Flavours Jerk Seasoning Shaker
  • CHIEF Duck & Goat Curry Powder
  • Paula's Preserved Hot & Spicy Sweet Pommecythere
  • Paula's Tamarind Balls

Callaloo Box is a monthly subscription service with no commitment - you can skip a month or cancel at any time. Journey to the Caribbean through the unique condiments, pepper sauces, seasonings, spices & snacks of the region!


  • The final day for new subscribers to sign up for the current month's box is the last day of each month.
  • Subscriptions auto-renew on the 15th of each month and the 15th of every other month for 2 month deliveries.
  • No waiting to receive your first box: We ship One-Time boxes / your 1st box 2-4 days after  purchase & subsequent boxes between the 16-18th of the month. (*Delays due COVID-19 possible*)

One-time purchases
You will receive the current month's box offerings.  You will be charged only once when you purchase.

"More than just spices, Callaloo Box is a journey to the Caribbean packing in 6-8 culinary items in every box, including seasonings and spices, red pepper sauces and other popular condiments, and even a few traditional snack items. A perfect way to enjoy that spicy island vibe throughout the year, add a little bit of that West Indies heat and flavor to all your at-home meal creations."

- Cratejoy Review

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