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Hammock Pack Subscription Box Review – August 2016

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Hammock Pack is a subscription that sends a mix of local items from a featured region each month.  


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: Hammock Pack

The Cost: $32.00 a month, which includes shipping

The Products: “Products include food, accessories, beauty, or housewares from small, local businesses.”

Ships to: United States

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This month the destination is Massachusetts! When I think of Massachusetts, I think of Boston and Cape Cod, what about you?


Smudge Ink Greeting Card – $4.50

I love the design of this birthday card. Who thinks to put party hats on humpback whales? Smudge Ink apparently!

McCreas Candies – Cape Cod Sea Salt Caramels – $3.95

Oh man… the only thing that would make these better is covering them with dark chocolate – these are seriously delicious. There is nothing I love more than salted caramel…well maybe a few things, but not many!


The inside of the birthday card says: “Hope your birthday is a splash.” 

Love it!


Plum Island Soap Co. Shower Gel – Ocean Mist – $12.75

This shower gel is all natural and scented with essential oils. The very first scent I smelled when I took a whiff was the peppermint. This is a very strongly scented mint body wash, but it also has rosemary extract as well. The base of the shower gel is coconut oil and olive oil, with some aloe vera thrown in too. I found it to be pretty moisturizing, and very invigorating.


Equal Exchange Rooibos Tea – $4.50

This tea is an herbal, caffeine free tea. I love getting herbal teas, because sometimes I need a hot cuppa, but I don’t want to stay up all night. Equal Exchange is a fair-trade company that works to further relationships that are beneficial for consumers and producers. All teas from Equal Exchange are cultivated in India, Sri Lanka, and South Africa.

I made this tea with some sugar and cream, and I really enjoyed it! Rooibos is one of my favorite caffeine free teas because it’s still pretty strong, and it holds up well to sugar and cream.

Lark Fine Foods – Coconut Butter Cookies – $6.00

These coconut butter cookies are really delicious. They’re similar to a shortbread cookie, with a coconut flavor that works really well alongside the Equal Exchange tea!

Verdict: I really enjoyed this shipment from Hammock Pack. Vacation and travel are my absolute favorite things, and Hammock Pack lets you get a taste from home. I enjoyed all of the items in this shipment, and since they’re all from Massachusetts companies, I think they did a great job with the curation.

The value of this Hammock Pack is about $31.70 for a $32 box. I think that the value of this box is reasonably good.

Have you tried Hammock Pack 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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1 Comment

  1. So the value is less than the price?? That’s lame. You should ideally get a much better value with boxes, especially if you’re not getting the box for free. That’s the point of them in my opinion.

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