September 2020 - The Caribbean Drinks Box


WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

Herbal Tea


Herbal (“herb” or “bush”) tea in the Caribbean is considered both a calming and comforting drink and has been considered for generations to be a cure all for any ailment from headaches to stomach aches to stress. It is made by brewing any combination of spices like turmeric root, ginger, cinnamon, bay leaf, clove and orange peel.

Cocoa Drink


Cocoa “tea” is another of those warm, comforting Caribbean drinks. It is not actually a tea but a cocoa drink made from boiling and simmering cocoa and spices. It’s a great breakfast drink and was also traditionally drank in the evenings with biscuits and tea. In this box, try this more instant quick and easy option for a chocolate drink.

Mauby Bark


A classic Caribbean drink. Made from mauby bark that has been boiled with spices and seeped for a few hours then diluted and sweetened with sugar. Add mixed essence or Angostura bitters for enhanced flavoring and serve cold...the colder the better!

Dried Seamoss


Another popular Caribbean drink made by boiling and combining dried sea moss with condensed milk, spices, essence and Angostura bitters and served with ice.

The Caribbean is known for its amazingly wide range of tropical fruit juices - orange, grapefruit, lime, guava, mango, soursop, passion fruit, tamarind & more!


A popular Trinbago snack. The pulp from the tamarind fruit combined with sugar and spices and rolled into balls.

Peanut Punch

Creamy, milk based punches are another popular Caribbean drink, with peanut punch being one of the most popular. Punches are also a popular street food. Made from peanut butter, milk and spices this classic Caribbean peanut punch drink is a must try!

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OUR MISSION

Our goal is to bring a little piece of home to our customers. Essentially what we are really offering is a way for those in the diaspora to stay connected to culture. We are bringing that taste of home to your doorstep, through food and in extension the memories and feelings that these foods evoke.


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