Hamptons Lane Subscription Box Review & Coupon – Dec 2014
Hamptons Lane is a monthly gourmet food subscription box. Each month you get to preview the theme and you can opt out if it’s not for you.
The Subscription Box: Hamptons Lane
The Cost: $47 a month (option to skip any month)
COUPON: Use coupon code Subscription10 to save $10 off your first box!
The Products: Artisan food products centered around a new theme each month.
Ships to: US only, extra shipping costs for Alaska and Hawaii
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This month’s theme is Artisan Entertaining. Each box comes with a folded sheet detailing each of the items included:
They also included recipes that feature the items in the box: Peach Ginger Pear Tart, Aztec Chocolate Old Fashioned, and Peach Ginger Pork Tenderloin.
Custom Wood Serving Board with Knife Slot – Value $20?
Big Dipper Wax Works 100% Beeswax Taper Candles – Value $9.50
This serving board was made exclusively for Hamptons Lane subscribers, so I’m estimating the value. I think the knife slot design is smart and this would work well for a smaller loaf of bread or maybe a few cheeses.
I love Big Dipper Wax Works candles! They are made with all natural 100% beeswax, which has that subtle scent that I love. These are definitely an good item for an entertaining box! (Plus I feel like taper candles in subscription boxes are pretty rare).
Bonnie’s Jams Peach Ginger Jam – Value $9
This jam is an Oprah’s Favorite Thing from 2013, and it is delicious. The peach and ginger is a great flavor combination, and it’s not overly sweet. Hamptons Lane recommends combining it with the included Fig Balsamic Vinegar to make a glaze for a duck or pork dish.
Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters – Value $8.50
The Girl & The Fig Fig Balsamic Vinegar – Value $10
The Aztec Chocolate Bitters is a blend of bitters that includes cacao beans, peppers and spices. They also included a cocktail recipe for an Aztec Chocolate Old Fashioned.
Olive oil and balsamic vinegar are two items I’m always happy to receive in subscription boxes since they are kitchen staples. This one is made with fig paste so it’s a little sweet but still tart. (Hamptons Lane recommends pairing it with anything from fruit, to cheese to meat, and they also included a recipe for Peach Ginger Pork Tenderloin that uses both the vinegar and the peach ginger jam).
Verdict: This box has a value of about $57 (that’s including my estimate on the cost of the serving board). The value is good, and as always I think the best part of this box is the curation. They definitely put a lot of thought into selecting the items, making the recipes, and putting together a theme.
What do you think of the December Hamptons Lane box?
FYI – if you are planning on signing up for this box and want to make sure it arrives by 12/24, make sure to sign up by 12/15!