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Wildest Dreams Book Box Unboxing January

So yesterday I received the Wildest Dreams Box which I purchased in December. The January Theme is Into The Jungle which is the first official box!

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Wildest Dreams is a UK based Subscription service that costly £18 including shipping and includes a new release book, a tea based on the book as well as a bath related product. To find out more click here.

So on to the unboxing! This obviously has spoilers...

The tea:

The tea is Toffee Apple this month which I was quite excited for and is from RosieLea Tea. The tea itself does smell gorgeous especially of cinnamon which I am a fun of. I did like the taste but I think I preferred the Chocolate Orange tea but I feel like it is something that if I drink more from I would like. The design of the tea is also very cool and is a test tube which is a more personal touch that works so well. The tea also lasts quite a while something that I learnt from the last box. It also comes with some tea bags which is really cool for those who don't have a tea strainer although I did buy one and it is a manatee because I thought it was cool! 

The bath product:

The bath product for this box was a room spray which smells of green tea. It is a large product and is definitely getting your money's worth. The smell is also really lovely and I am definitely going to be using it in the future. The name of the product is also amazing! 

The Extras:

There were chocolate coins in the box which I ate pretty quickly after opening the box and again make the box more personal. There was also a code for TakenMoons which is a company that I am interested in and I might have to use the code as it is my birthday next week. 

Finally...

The book:

The book was The Extinction Trials by S. M. Wilson. I have heard amazing things about this book from book reviewers and am generally really excited to read it! I do already own an ARC of this book but I did guess that this was the book that was going to be included and it is always nice to have a finished copy especially as I haven't read it yet. The book also came with a note from the author which was a really nice touch and made me, even more, hyped to read the book. There was also a signed bookplate which was also a lovely thing to include because let's face it who doesn't love a signed book.  

The Verdict:

Wildest Dreams is really good book subscription box that is great value for money and I can't wait to get more.

The theme for next month is Truth and Lies and I have no idea which book is included but I am excited about it!

Did you get the Wildest Dreams box? Would you like to?

See you soon, 

Amy

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