Austin, Texas Coterie Market Review & Giveaway

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Coterie Market provided box for review and giveaway.

Some of my best food memories are from Austin, Texas. It’s the city where I’ve co-hosted a food blogging seminar, co-hosted a BIG bbq party with hundreds of friends, and chaired one of the best food conferences.

That’s why I’m thrilled to present to you Coterie Market, a fine retailer of Austin, Texas based products.
coterie market reviewChelsea Staires Sun is the founder of Coterie Market. Her mission is to celebrate the Austin-area artisans with local delivery, and now a subscription based service that will send you monthly boxes of made-in-Austin specialty products. Like these cookies:

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Or the best Bloody Mary Mix you’ll ever have:

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The Coterie Sampler Subscriptioncoterie

Here was my September box:

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It came with:

SWAY Water: Organic fruit infused water in assorted flavors including Cucumber Mint Lime, Strawberry Rosemary, Grapefruit Basil, and Lemon Ginger.

Sarah’s Kale Chips: Organic, raw, vegan, gluten-free, hand-seasoned kale chips with Sour Cream & Onion or Vegan Cheese flavors.

Confituras: Stephanie’s Choice of the best assorted seasonal jams from the Jam Factory including Good Food Award winning Bourbon Brown Sugar Peach and Wild Plum.

Skull & Cakebones Bakery: Gin & Juice Tea Biscuits- Rosemary and gin infused shortbread tea cookies with grapefruit glaze and a dusting of pink peppercorn, features gin from Austin’s Revolution Spirits

Lavande Farm: Lavender mosquito repellent, that is chemical-free and can be used as an air and linen freshener as well.

Lenoir Finishing Salt: Large flake sea salt, pink Himalayan salt, house-made Herbes de Tejas (dried herbs with chilies, lavender and fenugreek) and dhana dal (roasted coriander seeds).

BDJ Craft Works: Petite Wall Vase with inlay made with native and reclaimed maple, cherry, and walnut wood.

My favorite was the Lavender Mosquito Repellent. It’s all natural, no chemicals and it doubles as my car freshener. A little spritz every morning when I get into the car keeps my morning drive calm, relaxing and fragrant. The Lenoir Finishing Salt is amazing over roasted asparagus. We love the large, flakey salt! And the Gin & Juice Tea Biscuits were divine with my afternoon espresso.

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Coterie Market Giveaway

Giving away one box of Austin-Made goods from Coterie Market.

 



Congratulations to our winner(s)!
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