Q: What is the best way to get ahold of the company and how long does it usually take to get a response? If they sent the incorrect box will they fix it or are you just out of luck?Asked by Erika M., February 2021
The best way to get ahold of us is to email us or fill out the submission form on our website!
In the rare case that you receive the wrong box, we will be happy to fix the error!
Q: How much coffee comes in the box?Asked by Tessa W., February 2020
Using my Keurig refillable pod, I get 6-8 cups.
Can't speak to the coffee, but I get enough cocoa for 2-3 mugs. When we got tea, it was enough for 3-4 mugs.
Q: Can I only order this box for a month?Asked by Aysha N., July 2019
You can purchase previous boxes on her Etsy page, but the website is subscription only. If you want a surprise box, you could subscribe for one month, and then cancel. You won't want to cancel, though. The boxes are always awesome! I subscribe to all three genres.
They have an Etsy shop where you can buy just one box.
Q: can i get book repeats if i am new?Asked by Yusuf D., February 2021
The books are newly selected each month and all of our subscribers receive the same book. We do repeat book selections occasionally if we feel enough time has passed that most of our subscribers have not received it and it was a fan favorite. We also sell all of our leftover boxes on our Etsy shop :)
I received the Steven Hawkins box as a gift and was delighted! The large hardcover edition was gorgeous. The items in the box were perfectly themed. The bath bomb filled the box with a great fruity smell, my hot chocolate had galaxy sprinkles mixed in and the bookmark was very cool! I loved this box!!
Love my first Coffee and a Classic Box! I have always wanted to read Don Quixote. The book is beautiful and I love the bookmark and journal as well. Can't wait to try the coffee.
The only negative is shipping time and cost, but I guess that goes with getting shipped to Canada. It is worth it for the fun of getting the book and goodies though!
This has been my favorite box so far! I was so excited to see a Fitzgerald book in such. Gorgeous cover. The speaker was a nice touch and the mug is beautiful.
Just opened my box for Christmas. I honestly could not be more impressed. I never leave reviews but this was so enjoyable, I’m actually going to renew my subscription which I only intended to use for a one time purchase.
Gave this as a gift to my husband for his birthday. Adorable assortment of items with The Great Gadsby book. High quality coffee too. We are both excited for his next arrival!! I gave a strong feeling we will be extending this beyond the 3 month subscription I bought him!
The coffee and a classic box is always highly anticipated and it hasn’t disappointed yet! April’s box with ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’ is amazing! Our new favorite.
Haven’t read the book but I love the package and the coffee was delicious!
I received my first box last month and I am so pleased that I stumbled across this subscription. I felt like I was really indulging with my treat, coffee, and beautiful book.
Absolutely floored. Every time I receive a box, I am utterly amazed at the wonderful selections and the care that goes into these delightful boxes. The books are stunning as well as the cups and glasses. Everything is of the highest quality. What I intended to be a one-time purchase has turned into a much-anticipated ongoing subscription. I've also given as gift subscriptions. Thank you so much for offering this beautiful, classy, and wonderful book crate. Everyone should subscribe to this crate. Can't wait for my next one!
I really enjoy this subscription. I like that there is a sneak peek each month to find out what you are getting and the additional items in the box are always a surprise. I feel like these ship kind of slowly, but that just gives me extra time to finish the previous book :)
My subscription: Starter subscription w/hot chocolate
1. The books are always so beautiful!
2. The additional items have always stuck close to the theme of the book in some way - and some of them are so cute I don't even want to actually use them, I'd rather display them on my bookcase.
3. I've always been able to get a hold of the folks running this by contacting them via their website. When I already have a copy or am just plain not interested in the upcoming book, I can easily skip a month and they'll apply my subscription to the next month.
1. I really wish you'd bring back the non-fiction offering!
2. Better bookmarks - this could just be me being weird, but some of the bookmarks were more like trinkets and were so thick or oddly shaped they couldn't actually be used as a bookmark. They have all been really cute, but practicality ranks higher than cuteness for me (as I said, could just be me being weird about it).
The upcoming boxes are now available to order! Subscribe by July 31st to receive the next box!
A collection of three classic crime novels by Agatha Christie, the undisputed Queen of Mystery. In And Then There Were None, the bestselling mystery of all time, ten strangers are lured to an isolated island mansion of the Devon coast where, over dinner, a recorded message accuses each of them of harboring a guilty secret. And then night after night, one by one, another of them is found dead. (December Classic Literature Box)
Hans Christian Andersen is one of the world's most popular storytellers, and his fairy tales are among the best-loved works of literature. Readers the world over know his poignant tale of "The Little Mermaid," who sacrifices everything for love. Several of Andersen's stories are so well known that their titles alone have become meaningful figures of speech. (December Children's Classics Box)
Here is a book as joyous and painful, as mysterious and memorable, as childhood itself. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings captures the longing of lonely children, the brute insult of bigotry, and the wonder of words that can make the world right. Maya Angelou’s debut memoir is a modern American classic beloved worldwide. (December Classic Nonfiction Box)
Most famous in the realm of holiday literature for his 1843 publication, A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens was in fact a prolific writer in the yuletide genre and a great contributor to many now-prevalent traditions of the holiday itself. (November Classic Literature Book Box)
Hoffmann’s classic Christmas fairy tale, immortalized by Tchaikovsky’s ballet, is brought to life by the gorgeous contemporary artwork of Finnish illustrator Sanna Annukka, and is the perfect holiday gift for adults and children alike. The Nutcracker captures, better than any other story, a child’s wonder at Christmas. (November Children's Classics Book Box)
A bank of clouds was assembling on the not-so-distant horizon, but journalist-mountaineer Jon Krakauer, standing on the summit of Mt. Everest, saw nothing that "suggested that a murderous storm was bearing down." He was wrong. The storm, which claimed five lives and left countless more--including Krakauer's--in guilt-ridden disarray, would also provide the impetus for Into Thin Air, Krakauer's epic account of the May 1996 disaster. (November Classic Nonfiction Book Box)
The Scarlet Letter was one of the first mass-produced books in America. It was popular when first published and is considered a classic work today. It inspired numerous film, television, and stage adaptations. Critics have described it as a masterwork and novelist D. H. Lawrence called it a "perfect work of the American imagination". (October Classic Literature Book Box)
Named Sports Illustrated's best football book of all time and a #1 NYT bestseller, this is the classic story of a high school football team whose win-loss record has a profound influence on the town around them. (October Classic Nonfiction Book Box)
The beloved story of a spunky young girl and her hilarious escapades. (October Children's Classics Book Box)
A book so iconic that its title is synonymous with split personalities, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, was first released in 1886. The story of a virtuous Dr. Jekyll who mistakenly creates an alter ego of unadulterated evil serves as an examination of the duality of human nature and the battle between good and evil. (September Classic Literature Book Box)
With murder, court battles, and sensational newspaper headlines, the story of Lizzie Borden is compulsively readable and perfect for the Common Core. "Lizzie Borden took an axe, gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty-one." (September Classic Nonfiction Book Box)