New England Sack Subscription Box Review – March 2015
New England Sack is a new subscription box that sends unique, artisan products from all over New England. Each month, you will receive nearly a half-dozen products from gourmet treats to one-of-a-kind artisan items. Included in the box are unique, personalized touches that will change with the theme and season.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: New England Sack
The Cost: $35/monthly, $99 for 3 months, and $195 for 6 months.
The Products: Each box contains nearly a half-dozen products from gourmet treats to one-of-a-kind artisan items. Included in the box are unique, personalized touches that will change with the theme and season.
Ships to: US
Check out all of our New England Sack reviews!
Every New England Sack box comes with a wax-sealed, folded information card that lists each item and offer details about the companies and location where each item is produced. This month, all the items are from Vermont!
Support Local Bumper Sticker/Decal – value: $3
This decal is also included as one of the featured items – at first I thought it was an extra. One thing I like about this decal is that it works for anyone, anywhere!
Vermont Creamy Peanut Butter – 16 oz, value: $4.95
Big Picture Farm Farmstead Goat Milk Caramels in Sea Salt & Bourbon Vanilla – 3.2 oz, value: $10
Sometimes it’s hard for me to find all-natural peanut butters that aren’t super oily or require a lot of stirring. This Vermont Peanut Butter is the perfect consistency and has great ingredients! This was a win for me.
To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of solid pieces of caramels, so these will be passed along to a friend! I do love that they’re made in small-batch from free-range goat milk, though!
Way Out Wax Sweet Dreams Candle Tin – 3 oz, value: $7.99
Hot Glass Works Glass Coin – value: $5.99
I love when subscription boxes include candles! This one is made with GMO-free soy wax, an unbleached cotton/hemp wick, and has essential oils of lavender, lemongrass, and marjoram. It smells wonderful.
This glass coin is a pretty cute decorative item, and would look great hung on a window, or anywhere, really.
The Verdict: I really liked this New England Sack, and I know I’ll use everything but the caramels, which I know someone else will love anyway. Everything adds up to $31.93, so I wish there would have been some more value/a couple more items included.
What do you think about the New England Sack?