Welcome to the exclusive club for the culturally curious. Taste of Haiti Box was started for a simple reason: to bring authentic artisan Haitian products to your doorsteps. We make it easier to get local Haitian products by connecting people with locally-based merchants, artisans, and businesses. The products vary from foods, beverages, artisanal jewelry, health and cosmetic products, local arts and crafts. Our bi-monthly subscription is unique, constantly changing the theme, ensuring that you will not get the same items twice.
Taste of Haiti Box is about satisfying your inner adventurer through the discovery of amazing, rich, beautiful Haitian products. We aim to promote the tantalizing, tasty, aesthetic commodities that Haiti has to offer while unifying the Haitian community and providing ongoing economic opportunities for Haiti’s native merchants beyond the island. Through each box, you’ll learn something different about our beloved “Perle des Antilles”. Enjoy your journey!
We understand the value of quality experiences
We believe you deserve a memorable cultural experience. This is why Taste of Haiti Box goes the distance to connect with trusted local brands who share our commitments and values to quality. We also make sure to seek out artisans for small batch items you won’t find in stores.
Taste of Haiti Box offers products from all over the Island, and we go the distance to make sure your cultural experience is complete by offering a wide variety of products sourced carefully and responsibly.
Taste of Haiti Box containers are our cultural carriers. They are all made with sustainability in mind. We care about our mother earth, which is why each box is designed with a theme encouraging our subscribers to use them as keepsakes.
On January 1, 1804, Haiti gained its independence from France and became the second oldest independent nation in the Western Hemisphere
Haitian food is often lumped together with other Caribbean islands as “Caribbean cuisine.” However, Haiti maintains an independently unique flavor. Its cuisine is distinctive in its boldness and simplicity. Unlike its Spanish-influenced counterpart, the Dominican Republic, Haitian cuisine is based on Creole and French cooking styles. Strong pepper flavoring in many dishes also sets Haitian food apart from the other islands.
The name of native Haitian people the Taino translates as “the good people.”