New England’s Finest: Review and Coupon Code

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PR SAMPLE. THIS BOX WAS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST OPINION. ALL OPINIONS ARE MINE ALONE AND NO COMPENSATION WAS RECEIVED. EMBEDDED LINKS ARE NOT AFFILIATE LINKS.

Coupon Code: beeju10

New England’s Finest is a monthly box designed to bring a taste of New England right to your door. It was founded by husband and wife team Matt and Melissa Gianino, lovers of all things New England. While I can’t share their love of sports teams (GO YANKEES!) (sorry Matt and Melissa…) I do share their love of this corner of the country. New England is full of small businesses doing big things, and New England’s Finest aims to capture just that. Their tag line states: “Rediscover the distinct flavor and charm of the northeast” and I really think they’ve done a nice job curating this box to do just that.

New England’s Finest has four options for ordering: single box (49.00 per box), 3 month subscription ($46.00 per box), 6 month subscription ($43.00 per box), and the best deal is the 12 month subscription at $39.00 per box. Shipping is free with your subscription within the United States. Be sure to use our coupon code beeju10 to get 10% off your order!

I love how they placed the info card on top as a little intro to your New England’s Finest experience. I received the “Sweets and Treats” box, which if you know me at all, you know was perfect for me. Let’s take a look at what was inside!

The info card outlines everything in the box explaining not only what each item is, but also the small business it comes from. I think this is a great idea, because it gives you access to get more of something if you really loved it.

Vermont Fudge Sauce from the Road Trip Food Company

The best thing about finding hot fudge in my box? I got to eat a hot fudge sundae for the sake of my work. Really had to take one for the team there… (Seriously, any box curators out there, please always send hot fudge.) Anyway, this hot fudge comes from Vermont. It is made in small batches using all locally sourced ingredients. It is FABULOUS!

Espresso Buzz from Taza Chocolate

It’s almost as though Matt and Melissa made this box up just for me… I love coffee. And I love anything coffee flavored. So when you take coffee beans, chop them up, and mix them in chocolate, you become my new best friend. DELICIOUS! The Taza Chocolate headquarters is in Somerville, Ma which is just outside of Boston. Also to note, these bars are organic, direct trade, gluten free, kosher, dairy free, soy free, non-GMO, and vegan. So pretty much everybody can eat it (unless you’re allergic to chocolate or coffee).

Dark Sea Salt and Caramel Peanut Butter Cup from CB Stuffer

I’m guess this enormous 5.5 oz peanut butter cup is supposed to be several servings of snacks… I just called it dinner and stuffed the whole thing in my pie hole. #notsorry CB Stuffer is based in the seaside town of Swampscott, MA so having sea salt in here is a no brainer. Another home run in this box. More of these please!

Maine Maple Popcorn from Coastal Maine Popcorn Company

Something you don’t know about me is that my little brother makes Maple Syrup for a living at his farm in Vermont. So I KNOW what a good flavored maple product tastes like. And this is definitely a great maple flavored product. I’ve had many types of flavored popcorn in my life, but this is the first time I’ve tried maple. And it’s fantastic. I highly recommend! This one hails from Maine as the name suggests.

Toffee Bar from Lucy’s Granola

This bar has everything delicious you can think of pressed into one. This one was not my favorite in the box, but it was still pretty good. Where it missed for me was two fold. First, it was a little heavy on the sea salt. I thought the salt masked some of the other delicious flavors a bit. Second, it was really messy. The bar itself didn’t hold it’s form, which just made it really messy to eat. Not that any of that stopped me. It was tasty, just not my favorite. Lucy’s Granola also comes from Maine.

Sea Salt and Bourbon Vanilla Goat Milk Caramels from Big Picture Farm

I love everything about these. I love the packaging. The water color of those goats eating all the leaves off the tree kills me! Ha! I love that they’re made from goat’s milk too. I don’t think I’ve ever had caramels that weren’t from cow’s milk. The texture is a little different. These caramels are almost more like a sticky dough than like the taffy type consistency you might think of with caramels. The flavor was tasty though, despite the texture being unexpected. I really liked these. Big Picture Farm is located in VT, and they have won several awards for their caramels.

I thought Matt and Melissa did a great job curating this New England’s Finest box. If you’re not a fan of sweets, it might not be for you, but not all of the boxes are full of candies. New England’s Finest is full to the brim of nicely sized items all made in New England by small businesses as promised.

If you would like to get some of New England’s charm sent to you each month (or even just once) head on over to New England’s Finest to get signed up! Don’t forget to use coupon code beeju10 for ten percent off your order!

*****DISCLAIMER*****

PR SAMPLE. THIS BOX WAS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST OPINION. ALL OPINIONS ARE MINE ALONE AND NO COMPENSATION WAS RECEIVED. EMBEDDED LINKS ARE NOT AFFILIATE LINKS.

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