Did you know that honey and rosewater tapioca go well with SBTRKT? Turntable Kitchen has a subscription service that shows you how to pair food with music for a tasty listening experience.
Previously we’ve seen food served up alongside books, but now San Francisco-based food and music blog Turntable Kitchen have launched the Turntable Kitchen Pairings Box, ‘a curated food and music discovery experience’, which is delivered to subscribers’ mailboxes every month.
Turntable Kitchen, or TK, was started by food and music lovers Matthew and Casey, featuring recipes that focus on local and fresh ingredients combined with hand-selected musical pairings and album reviews, with the intention of introducing food lovers to music and vice versa. With the Turntable Kitchen Pairings Box they aim to bring the food and music pairings into people’s homes. For USD 25 a month, shipping included, subscribers will receive a limited-edition 7-inch vinyl single featuring tracks by one of TK’s favorite artists or bands, an exclusive downloadable digital ‘mixtape’ packed with up-and-coming artists, three seasonal recipes, one or two premium dried ingredients, suggested pairings, and tasting notes specific to the package as well as additional surprises. The monthly subscription service will be starting soon, but in the meantime a limited number of boxes can be reserved via their website.
As subscription based services continue to grow in popularity, the potential for matching different products into one unique experiential package is endless. Time to mix together ingredients of your own to create a winning combination?
Republished with kind permission from Springwise, an independent new innovation firm that seeks out the most promising new business ideas around the world.