1- Moustache’s coffee
Moustache’s coffee clubs is a coffee subscription service, with varied plans for how often you want your coffee to be delivered. Options are: weekly, every 2 weeks, or monthly. To be honest, I haven’t tried this one yet since I don’t own a grinder at the moment. Therefore, I took the bag with me to Fresh Market, where I usually get my coffee from, and grind these along with my all time favorite Georgia Pecan coffee beans, so I’ll be giving them a try tomorrow. The bag has a strong, delicious coffee smell, as well as a citrusy hint, and I haven’t yet dared to get me a citrusy flavoured coffee, so this will be interesting.
2- Harajuku Lovers’ Perfume (Lil’ Angel)
After getting my hands on Harajuku Lovers’ perfumes, I never knew what actual perfumes smelled like. I’m literally too obsessed, and the fact that Gwen Stefani along with Japan’s culture have collaborated to create this brand is mind-blowing for me. The good thing about Harajuku Lovers’ perfumes is that they don’t really change on you, like other perfume brands, that you start hating all of a sudden. The scent isn’t overpowering, and they don’t differ from one another a whole lot. The only problem is that they’re not loaded with much perfume, since the doll lid is empty from the inside, and the bottle is only about 2 inches long.
3- Kikkoman’s Katsu Sauce
I’ve seen many Japanese having potato croquette topped with Tonkatsu sauce. I looked up the ingredients, and they were Vegan. I was still skeptical, so I emailed Kikkoman to make sure that it is indeed Vegan, and they said yes. I didn’t get the sauce to top it on potato croquettes. I didn’t try it yet, but if it’s as good as it looks, then I believe it’ll be good on plain rice, on top of stir-fried vegetables, and even in sandwiches. I’ll defiantly try them on top of potato croquette, only if I found frozen ones that are Vegan, because I’m that lazy.
4- Paramore’s Grow-Up T-shirt
One of those Paramore T-shirts that I get regularly, the ones that I keep wondering wether I have already bought them or not. I’m like pretty damn sure once I get back home I’ll find a couple of this exact T-shirt in my closet, but who cares? I prefer Paramore T-shirts on regular clothes. I’ve been pairing them nowadays with a flannel, a hoodie, and a coat on top. Yes, it is that cold. Also, the reason I’ve been re-buying Paramore shirts is because there aren’t any new ones out, specially since the band isn’t as active the past couple of years. However, there will be a new Parahoy merch, and just because I’m not going that doesn’t mean I won’t get my hands on it.
5- Digimon T-shirt
Oh my god! I was extremely excited to find out that Hot Topic were selling a Digimon T-shirt! I seriously am in love with it. Hot Topic, and I are best friends now. Also, let’s try to ignore the fact that this shirt is almost identical to the one I got from Comic-Con. I’m defiantly ordering more Digimon T-shirts at the moment, because nostalgia.