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Sample Box from Eat Feed Love Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016

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The company that has brought us the Taste Club by Eat.Feed.Love is now doing a sample box!  The Sample Box is a monthly subscription box from Eat.Feed.Love.  Each box contains gourmet and artisan snacks to cure your every craving. 

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This box was sent to us at no cost for review.  (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Subscription Box:  Sample Box from Eat Feed Love

The Cost:  $22.00 per box with discounts for multiple months.  US Shipping is Free.

COUPON: Save 50% off your first month with code mysubscriptionaddiction!

The Products:  Sample size artisan products from all over the world

Ships to:  There are many countries in the drop down to enter your address, so if you are interested in this box, I would suggest emailing the company to see if they ship to your country!

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Eat.Feed.Love always does an excellent job with packaging glass items.  They take such care to make sure that nothing breaks – it’s refreshing!  They also offer free shipping every month, which is a nice perk.

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Sir Kensington’s Mayonnaise – $3.00?

This is a very tiny jar of mayonnaise.  It is 1.5 fluid ounces, to give you an idea of the size.  I used this in an egg salad sandwich, and it was really good!  Here’s what Sir Kensington has to say about it: “Sir Kensington’s Classic Mayonnaise is prepared after the French tradition with certified humane, free-range eggs, smooth sunflower oil, and bright hints of citrus.” 

Sir Kensington’s Ketchup – $2.00?

This is the same size as the little mayonnaise I received.  This ketchup has less sugar and less salt (according to the Sir Kensington’s people), and has all non-gmo ingredients.  I liked the flavor of this, but I am super interested in trying their spicy ketchup now!  We have a fast food chain in my area that gives packets of habanero ketchup with their french fries, and I love it!  I didn’t know other companies produced it also. 

Mustard and Co. Black Truffle Mustard – $3.00?

This mustard is really good!  Again, the jar is teeny (2.2 oz.), and I couldn’t find the exact jar online.  These three condiments strike me as being perfect to take on a picnic!  Small enough to use up in one picnic, but large enough to work for several people. 

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Element Shrub – Lemon Mint – $3.00?

Shrubs are completely new to me, but this was so interesting and delicious!  Shrubs are made with fruit and vinegar(!), but they taste delicious when added to sparkling water for a refreshing drink.  They can also be used in cocktails, but I am a mocktail girl all the way.  Element’s website gives a quick story about how they got started, and a ton of recipes to use their shrubs!  I might just have to buy a few more!

Just Jan’s Organic Strawberry Spread – $2.00?

This is really great strawberry jam!  Again, this is the perfect size to take on a picnic!  If you’re a light jam user, you could probably get two uses out of this.  If you’re a heavy user, you may only get one, and maybe a half!  I like using jam with labneh on my toast, and this was perfect for it!

Salty Road Taffy – $1.40

(Pictured at the top.) These were delicious, and some of the best taffy I’ve had in a long time.  The flavors were great, and the texture was exactly what you would expect from good taffy!

Verdict:  It is a bit harder to calculate value for this box, since I couldn’t find the sample sizes online for sale.  I came up with about $15, BUT I know smaller sizes are generally more pricey, so I think this estimate is off.  I think the best way to determine if this box is for you is if you would be happy with all of these items for about $3.66 an item.  

This box was fun, and everything about it screamed picnic to me!  You could have awesome condiments at your picnic, without worrying about keeping them cold after you’re finished eating – because you probably would have finished them off.  Everything tasted great, and I was introduced to several new brands, with fun offerings.  I am really happy with this box!

Have you tried any of the offerings from Eat.Feed.Love yet?

Written by Bekki Menzies

Bekki Menzies

Bekki first discovered subscription boxes in 2014 and they quickly took over her life! (Not quite, but pretty close.) She started with POPSUGAR Must Have, then moved to Little Lace Box, Birchbox, Hamptons Lane…the rest was history. Her favorite product find is Beekman 1802 Fudge (so, so good) and her favorite boxes are Birchbox and Hamptons Lane…but she’s always looking for a new subscription to try!
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2 Comments

  1. Great review. I think is use everything but that lemon stuff.

    However, $3.66 for two pieces of taffy (cost of box divided by number of items) is too spendy for me. As is $3.66 for an ounce of mayo. Feeling disappointed since I love condiments.

  2. Hi Bekki, thanks for the GREAT review where I learned about shrubs today! The tiny items remind me of Cost Plus and all their little samples of various brands in a mini version which usually cost about $1.00 or so each. I think the curation is good but a bit spendy for what are essentially one person (and in some cases, one use) items. Like you mentioned, it would depend if you felt the samples were worth a premium price.

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