tilly (n), A small amount over and above quantity purchased, presented as a gift. The Dictionary of Newfoundland English
Yes, that's right, you get more than your money's worth in these boxes, and we state the actual retail value of each month's box.
Brought to you by The OvercastWhile The Overcast lets you read about the products of local entrepreneurs, Tilly Tally goes one step further in letting you actually sample the things we write about. Every month, Tilly Tally subscribers will receive a subscription box containing 3-5 locally made products, and a copy of The Overcast, delivered right to your door. From food items to functional crafts, subscribers will be pleasantly surprised every month. Order for yourself as a treat, or give it as a gift to your homesick friends and family.
Why just read about local stuff when you could be holding it in your hands?
Check out Some of Our Previous Products
The Newfoundland Tea Co.
Gander's Newfoundland Tea Company is teeing up some tasty teas, like "Dulce de Leche," "Orange Popsicle," and "Caramel Latte" alongside some more traditional teas. They offer 28 flavours at the moment, so you won't run out of options once you're a devoted fan.
The Jewish Deli
The Jewish Deli is a St. John's Farmer's Market Favourite. Their Hot & Sour Rhubarb will add a little local flavour to your next hamburger, bag of Ruffles chips, or a cheeseplate. One of its ingredients is a vinegar made from Yellowbelly beer!
St. John’s Bath Bombs
Wrapped in The Overcast's very own pages (recycling for us; something to read in the tub for you!), Each bomb is made from locally sourced ingredients, and offer a fragrant and fizzy bath bomb experience with a handmade touch.
Saucy Pots Pottery
Erin Callahan St. John is taking the pretension out of pottery with her "Saucy Pots Pottery" line. Funky, functional, and fun, she has a line of mugs, beer cups, and shot glasses celebrating local slang.