Snack Box from Eat Feed Love Subscription Review + Coupon- Aug 2016
The company that has brought us the Taste Club by Eat.Feed.Love is now doing a snack box! The Snack 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: Snack Box from Eat.Feed.Love
The Cost: $35.00 per month. U.S. shipping is free.
COUPON: Save 50% off your first month with code mysubscriptionaddiction!
The Products: 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!
The Snack Taste Club is definitely a higher end snack box – I always get really high quality, delicious snacks! Detailed information about each snack is included in this fold-out booklet.
Sugar Bird Earl Grey Shortbread – $6.00
I was never a shortbread fan, but in recent years, I’ve realized I really enjoy it every now and again! This shortbread has just 6 ingredients in it (most really good shortbread has a blissfully short ingredients list!), and it is made in Los Angeles. I really enjoyed the flavor of the shortbread – I am a huge Earl Grey fan, and this went perfect with a cup of tea!
This caramel is made with goat’s milk, the milk that cajeta is made with. It was really delicious on a brownie sundae as a mid-day “I’m-super-stressed-and-need-something-decadent” snack. (You know you have those days too!)
Hoots Cheese and Onion Crisps – Value $1.50
These crisps are made with multi grains, and taste amazing. The cheese and onion flavors work so well together, and as an added bonus, they aren’t fried! Even though they aren’t fried, I wouldn’t say they’re healthy for you. The company claims they’re a great alternative to potato chips, but they look pretty similar nutrition wise to me!
Quin Dreams Come Chew Candies – $12.00
I’ve received these in my Treatsie box before, and I love them! I’m sad that they’re so expensive, because these are like Starburst but 1000% times better because they’re actually soft and chewy. The flavors are very potent, and they are made with all natural extracts. They also don’t contain gelatin, which mades these a good alternative for vegetarians wanting a chewy, fruity candy.
These fruit strips have 25 acai berries in each strip. Acai is one of the new ‘superfoods’ on the block, and is rumored to have antioxidants, amino acids, and healthy omegas inside the small berry.
I liked the apple flavor much better than the pineapple, but they were both really great! It’s like Fruit by the Foot for adults in a healthier incarnation.
Crackers and I get along quite well. I really loved the flavor of these olive crackers, and enjoyed them immensely with some homemade ricotta and a drizzle of honey!
Verdict: The Snack Box is definitely a higher end snack box at $35.00. The free shipping is definitely a perk, but the box has to have excellent curation and value to meet the $35.00 price point. I think this month the box definitely met that in quality and value. The value of the box is $35.25 this month, and the products were really nicely curated and high quality. They always include a nice variety too!
Have you tried the Snack Box by Eat.Feed.Love?