The Pumpkin Batch Subscription Box Review + Coupon- Aug 2016
The Pumpkin Batch is a subscription for those ardent pumpkin lovers that wish they could get their fall goodies all year round!
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: The Pumpkin Batch
The Cost: $24.99 per month and $69.99 quarterly plus shipping to your area (this will vary based on your location, and will be discounted Priority Mail rates)
COUPON: Use code pumpkinaddicted16 to save $4 off your first monthly or quarterly box!
Ships To: This information isn’t listed on the website, but there are many countries listed in the dropdown at checkout. If you are interested, I would suggest reaching out to the company to see if they ship to your country.
The Products: Hand-crafted pumpkin and pumpkin spice everything, with the added bonus of a featured goodie (FOOD! Yay!) every month.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month, the theme was “Sweet and Savory” – my favorite!
This sauce is made with pumpkin, apple cider, chipotle peppers, brown sugar and spices. American Spoon recommends using it with seafood, pork, and poultry. Since I don’t eat any of those, I used it on some roasted acorn squash, and loved it! The sweet and savory flavors of the sauce paired really well with the squash.
Pop it! Top it! Pumpkin ‘n Spice Popcorn Kit – $7.00
I can’t find this exact product for sale online, so I’m going with The Pumpkin Batch’s value here. This kit comes with one bag of popcorn, one bag of pumpkin spice candy melts, and one bag of sugar topping.
It took about 5 minutes in total to make, and I really enjoyed it!
These pizzelles have a great flavor, but they were definitely soft and not crisp like I expected. The Pumpkin Batch recommended eating these within 2-4 days of receiving my box, which I did, but I think they are still a little stale. With that said, they were still delicious!
This is basically peanut brittle with pumpkin seeds instead of peanuts. It is corn syrup free, and flavored with pumpkin spice as well. I really enjoyed this – it was crisp, and delicious!
Verdict: This The Pumpkin Batch shipment has a value of about $25.94, and had four items. The value covered the cost of the box, just barely. This box was quite heavy on the food items, but to find pumpkin things that aren’t food can be hard, so I’m not dinging them on that at all. We do usually get 4-5 items, and I think a small 5th item would have been a nice addition to this box for value and curation purposes. With that said, I enjoyed all of the items and it was definitely enough to whet my appetite for all things pumpkin spice this fall!
Have you tried The Pumpkin Batch yet?