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Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review – December 2013

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Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - December 2013

Batch Nashville is a new local subscription box that sends you handcrafted goods from Tennessee each month. I signed up for a 3-month subscription: November through January.

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - December 2013

As soon as I saw the word Santa on this card I was excited for this box – I hope there are lots of holiday themed boxes to come this month!

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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 - December 2013

LTR Pottery Ornament – Value $3

Southern Fried Design Gift Tags – Value $5

I love this handmade ornament, and the gift tags will definitely come in handy this season!

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - December 2013

Prohibition Popcorn – Value $8

SweetsNDulgence Chocolate Drizzled Peppermint Cookies – Value $10

My husband absolutely loved these cookies! He hasn’t tried the popcorn yet, but I’m guessing it will be a hit too!

Batch Nashville Subscription Box Review - December 2013

Warm Wishes Holiday Cards – Value $8

Tyler Barham A Taste of Christmas Album -Value $3.96

These holiday cards are an exclusive item made by Batch Nashville!

Verdict: I’m really happy with the value and curation of this box. I love a good theme too – so a holiday Batch Nashville box was great! The one thing I would change about this subscription (and it’s minor), but I would like to see every food item included come with an expiration date marked on the package. The popcorn did have that (it’s best by 12/11, and this box arrived on 12/5), but the cookies didn’t, and the box last month also was missing this info. Since some of these items are packaged perfectly for gifts, I would love to gift some food items, but want to make sure I wouldn’t be gifting anything stale!

What do you think of the December Batch Nashville box?

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!
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5 Comments

  1. What are the dimensions of the box? Just curious to get an idea of the size of the products. thanks!

  2. I didn’t realize northerners like Tennesseans said y’all. Seriously how did I not know this? I’m at home (southern Alabama aka northwest Florida) so every other word out of my mouth is y’all.

    • Interesting. I didn’t realize anyone thought this, considering it is located below the Mason-Dixon line, it houses the home of counrty music, and you can’t throw a rock in Tennessee without hitting the side of a baptist church.

    • Oh lordie, them be fightin words

    • Sounds like you are the area where I grew up…Holmes/Jackson county region

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