The Pumpkin Batch Subscription Review + Coupon- January 2017
The Pumpkin Batch subscription 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 + shipping and $69.99 quarterly + shipping (this will vary based on your location, and will be discounted Priority Mail rates)
COUPON: Use code mysubscriptionaddiction to save $4 on a new monthly subscription or a single gift batch
The Products: Hand-crafted pumpkin and pumpkin spice everything, with the added bonus of a featured goodie (FOOD! Yay!) every month.
Ships to: This information isn’t listed on the website, but there are many countries listed in the drop-down at checkout. If you are interested, I would suggest reaching out to the company to see if they ship to your country.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month, the theme was Baked-In Pumpkin Love.
The Pumpkin Batch always includes a one-page sheet explaining the items and the theme for the month.
Siren Soap – Pumpkin Pie Lip Balm – Value $3.50
This lip balm is crafted with macadamia, shea, coconut, castor and jojoba oils. It smells like pumpkin pie in the best way possible. I poked around Siren Soap’s Etsy page and found quite a few lip balm flavors that I would love to try! I found this lip balm to be very moisturizing and it lasted quite a while on my lips.
The Jelly Queens Pumpkin Butter – Value $11.99
This pumpkin butter is right up there with the ubiquitous Williams-Sonoma pumpkin butter that comes out every year. It is fabulous! I enjoyed it with a bit of butter on toast.
Pumpkin Toffee Quick Bread & Pan – Value $8.95
This pumpkin toffee quick bread is really simple to make: all you have to do is add melted and cooled butter, eggs, and water. I whipped this up and baked some in the little pan provided (about half of the mix fit) and the other half I made as muffins. I have a friend that LOVES pumpkin anything, so I gifted these to her. She needed a pick me up after a death in the family. She really enjoyed them!
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffin by Beeman’s Baked Goods – Value $2.00
This muffin was the perfect accompaniment to my coffee yesterday morning. It was very moist, tasted delicious, and was just the right size to be filling. Beeman’s included a sticky label on the product that listed the ingredients too, which is key for those with intolerances or allergies.
Verdict: This month’s The Pumpkin Batch has a value of $26.44, which just over the cost of the box (not including shipping). I have noticed the values on this box declining, but I think this value is exactly what I would expect from this box. Since it’s a smaller box company – they won’t be able to provide values like some of the larger box companies. It’s also a more food-centric box, and those always tend to have lower values as well – the fact that I got at least what I paid for is enough for me. Overall, I really enjoyed this month’s Pumpkin Batch – and it definitely should have quenched some of the pumpkin-spice withdrawals that happen during PEPPERMINT EVERYTHING SEASON (otherwise known as winter).
Have you tried The Pumpkin Batch yet?