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Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review – November 2013

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Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

Batch Nashville is a new local subscription box that sends you handcrafted goods from Tennessee each month.

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

I really love the new local subscription box trend, so I decided to sign up for a 3-month subscription.

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

(I also took a lot of pictures since this is my first review of the subscription). I am definitely impressed with their packaging!

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

The Subscription Box: Batch Nashville

The Cost: $97 for three months

The Products: Handmade, handcrafted goods from Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

Ships to: US only

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Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

Each box comes with a card detailing the items selected for that month.

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

Batch “Thanks Y’all” Hand Towel – Value $5?

Since this is a Batch Nashville exclusive, I’m guessing on the value of this towel.

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

Southern Delights by Oakley Sweet Spicy Pickles – Value $6?

Gracey’s Gourmet Cookies – Value $6.50

I couldn’t find these pickles for sale online either, so I’m guessing again on the value. I also have never tried sweet pickles – I’m excited to give these a go!

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - November 2013

Faye’s Cake Pops – Value $5

Soberdough – Value $6.75

This “brew bread” mix requires one bottle of beer to make a loaf of beer bread! I’m thinking I may pair it with a 6-pack of beer for a fun gift this holiday season!

Verdict: I paid $30 for this box. ($25 plus $5 shipping). I signed up for a 3 month subscription a while ago, so I think the pricing changed a little since then. According to my estimates this box has a value of about $30, so I’m happy with that aspect of the box. Since I can’t find some of these items to buy online, I guess that’s another value of the box – you can get southern items you otherwise wouldn’t be able to get without going to Tennessee!

I’m excited to see what will be in the December and January boxes I signed up for. (Batch Nashville isn’t a traditional monthly subscription – you sign up for 3-month subscriptions).

What do you think of Batch Nashville?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Oy! I had such high hopes. I just wasn’t impressed. I waited six weeks for delivery and ended up missing October’s box which I thought rocked.

    The baked goods in this box were tiny and not very flavorful. The cookies were date marked as being two weeks old and the flavor profile proved it. I don’t even want to talk about the cake pops with the purple frosting…
    I haven’t tried the bread, I will steal your idea and gift it with beer. I was going to gift this to my in-laws for Christmas but after this box,
    I think I will keep looking….Which makes me sad, I love Tennessee.

    • Hi Chelsea. I’m so sorry your experience with the Comfort Food Batch was less than ideal. Since you missed out on the October Batch, could I send you a modified “After Dinner Delights” Batch to make it up to you?

      If so, message us on Facebook ( and we’ll arrange for a mea culpa gift.

      Batch Nashville

    • Oh no – I haven’t tried any of the baked goods since I can’t eat gluten. I was planning on sharing them with a friend. I’m glad I read your comment though, I will not be giving them stale food!

      • Hi Liz. Thanks for posting the review. We appreciate it.

        And I wouldn’t worry about the cookies being stale — I just ate one and it’s moist and tasty (obviously a slightly biased opinion, but definitely not stale). They are packed in saran wrap and an outer plastic sheath and though they were from a batch baked on 10/17 they have a good shelf life.

        Thanks again,
        Batch Nashville

  2. This box sounds awesome! I am going to have to check it out! I am a foodie and when I see products from different areas of the country, it makes you want to try it, even just once!! Thanks Liz for sharing!!! Love you!

    • Thanks! 🙂 Glad you found the review helpful!

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