The Original Brabbie Box

The Original Brabbie Box

The Original Brabbie Box is the ideal gift for an expectant mammy – whichever trimester she is in!


Relax, unwind, and soak in all that Ireland has to offer, with individually selected luxurious gifts and treats from a range of creators and producers from across the island!


(Dried flowers in the photographs are from Soah Organic Flower Farm (Co. Kilkenny) and are for display purposes only – however, a sprig of dried flowers is included in the Premium Brabbie Box)


Order by 12 noon for same day dispatch. Orders placed after noon will be dispatched the next working day.

  • Product Details

    Each box is filled with 100% Irish gifts and treats, carefully chosen for their luxury and to facilitate calm and relaxation during pregnancy. 

    Each box is hand-wrapped and all packaging is recyclable and sourced from Irish companies.

    Within each box you will find:

    • Silkmoth scented candle from Moth To A Flame candle workshop (Co. Kilkenny). Full-size and gently scented with the delicate "Amber" aroma, which has proven very popular with our customers.
    • Sea Bag natural seaweed bath soak from Mungo Murphy's on the wild Atlantic coast! (Co. Galway)
    • Baby Blooming herbal tea for pregnant ladies from Intelligent Tea (Co. Dublin), with native Irish Botanicals, including Marshmallow grown in Co. Carlow
      • Included is a complementary muslin teabag which can be washed and reused multiple times – so sustainable!
    • Anti-microbial cleansing soap bar from Palm Free Irish Soap Co. which is blended with essential oils (Lavender and Tea Tree) and packaged with zero waste in Co. Clare)
    • 72% Dominican Republic chocolate bar with ginger, handcrafted from bean to bar by NearyNógs Stone Ground Chocolate from their family-run factory by the Mourne Mountains (Co. Down)


    All orders are sent via An Post (supporting our local posties!) at a flat rate of €9 on the island of Ireland (€12 express within Ireland), and €12.50 to the UK and EU.


    ** Pregnant women are advised against using essential oils in their first trimester of pregnancy **