Hamptons Box Club Review Luxury Subscription Box Spring Box 2022

Hamptons Box Club with Logo

Those that are curious what life may be like in the Hamptons would enjoy the Hamptons Box Club, a seasonal luxury subscription box. It is a box that can make you feel a part of the long stretches of beach, farmlands and historic buildings and estates through an interesting mix of products representing the area. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to experience their Hamptons Box Club Main Spring 2022 Box for this review to share with you.

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The Hamptons Box Club offers two different sizes with a smaller box with five to six products for $112.50 per seasonal box with a retail value of at least $175. They also have a larger box that typically contains ten to twelve items with a lot higher value that can include more if my large Spring 2022 box is any indication along with free shipping.

This lifestyle subscription box I received was huge for this Hamptons Box Club review. Inside it was beautifully presented and wrapped like a giant gift. It also was packaged with extreme care that each item arrived in the best condition. Though I was expecting the ten to twelve items, I counted fourteen items in mine for a pleasant surprise.

Hamptons Box Club Displayed

You probably are dying to know what I found once unwrapping that lovely box and digging through the contents. Therefore, sit back and I’ll fill you in on all the goodies I found inside.

The first item was a lovely linen and cotton throw in heather gray from Kassatex. It measured 50 x 70 and had an ivory fringe. This is handy and lightweight, which is ideal for taking off the chill.

Blanket and Tea Towels

Next, I found a gorgeous charcuterie board by Nakita Fine Art. This was hand made out olive wood with a beautiful Hamptons theme of the water along the beach. It is almost too beautiful to use as a cutting board.

 Nakita Charcuterie Board

The third item was a hand-blown glass olive oil dipping bowl by Tazza Glass. It is small enough to serve nicely for that purpose when dipping bread.

BE Chocolate was represented with a box of six fancy artisan chocolates to indulge the sweet tooth.

I love finding tasting treats from different locales such as experiencing two different variety bags from Lorna’s Nuts and Goodies. The first bag was Roasted Rosemary and Olive Oil Almond and the second was Sweet and Spicy Roasted Mixed Nuts. Both were delicious.

To get a feel of the Hamptons landscape, this seasonal subscription box included a cookbook called Loaves and Fishes series cookbook with regional recipes.

Opened Hamptons Box Club Spring 2022

With berry season coming upon us, a ceramic berry box from Creative Co-op was also inside. This has some holes for draining while washing berries that can simplify the task.

From the Creative Co-op there was also a set of three copper brown and white striped tea towels that always is convenient to have on hand. They measure 27″ long x 20″ wide.

Another item from the Creative Co-op was a set of three handmade cheese knives, which I really liked with different styles of blades for slicing into hard and soft cheeses.

Hamptons Box Club also sent along the most unusual salt and pepper grinder ever for this review. This has a block of pink Himalayan salt and sticks of pepper to be used and grated in the grater that housed them.

Finally, there were three one-ounce packets of teas from Plain T that included Earl Grey Darjeeling Royal with seven tea bags, Detox Lemon Ginger Mint (seven bags), and English Breakfast (seven bags).

If you want to give your Mom something unique to pamper her this Mother’s Day and can’t get to the Hamptons, then gift her with this luxury subscription box to bring that experience home. While you’re ordering, don’t neglect yourself. You can find their company on Cratejoy.

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