Sample Box from Eat Feed Love Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2016
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.
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 by Eat Feed Love
The Cost: $22.00 per box. 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!
Keep Track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Good to know: 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.
This is maybe the third or the fourth bag of these I’ve received in sub boxes lately – I don’t eat them, but everyone I pass them along to appreciates them! They’re like the grown up version of chicharrones.
Shotwell Candy Co. Caramels – $2.62
These are so incredibly good. These are no standard caramel with a super hard, chewy texture, and an overwhelmingly sweet flavor. These are super soft, yet still hold a shape, and very flavorful caramels. I love these!
I made some standard buttermilk scones to try this on: I felt like since it sounded so fancy it needed something better than just toast. I really liked it! It was a very different flavor than I’ve ever had in jelly, but I would definitely buy a full size. I think this would be amazing on a cheese plate with some goat cheese or brie!
I really liked these, but I’m a bit puzzled as to why they chose this packaging. I usually carry mints in my purse, and don’t use them often at home, so I would have to put these in a plastic bag to carry them about. The peppermint is very strong, but not quite as strong as Altoids. They were much smoother than Altoids as well.
This fudge is outstanding. I really like hot fudge, and was introduced to the craft world of hot fudge by the Beekman Hot Fudge included in Little Lace Box. This fudge is seriously just as good in my opinion. I love it!
I whip up a batch of lavender simple syrup to drink in my tea and coffee each week, so I decided to make a lavender iced coffee, with this caramel drizzled on top – it was an excellent decision, and absolutely delicious!
Verdict: This Sample Box by Eat.Feed.Love has a value of $9.82 based on the calculations I did to find out how much each of my samples was worth. Generally, smaller sizes are not just a cut and dry calculation based off of the full size though, so I think you should take that estimate with a grain of salt. It is possible that each of the smaller sizes sells for more. I really liked everything (except for the pork rinds, but that’s predictable) in this box. The caramel and fudge have me dreaming of hot fudge sundaes during the summer, and the jam was delicious!
Have you tried the Sample Box from Eat.Feed.Love yet?