September 2014 Hamptons Lane Review – “The Tailgate Box” + Discount

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September 2014 Hamptons Lane
September 2014 Hamptons Lane

Hamptons Lane, who kindly sent me this box to review, curates an amazing monthly box of artisan foods, kitchen tools, and serveware for the food lover. Boxes are $47/month and are revealed at the beginning of every month. Boxes are created around a monthly theme, such as Southwestern Fiesta, Summer Cocktail, The Best of BBQ, Coastal Italy, etc.  Unlike most subscription boxes, you can skip the box if it doesn’t interest you during the first five days of that month.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
The Box

This month’s Hamptons Lane shipped in a large box with these two boxes inside.  They always use lots of packaging materials and I am never concerned about anything breaking.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
First Look

I couldn’t recall exactly what was in this box so I was anxious to unwrap everything.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
The Information Card

The September 2014 Hamptons Lane selection was “The Tailgate Box” and featured the following items to help make your tailgate a touchdown:

~Stuff-A-Burger Press by Charcoal Companion ($7.97): We have a lot of different kitchen gadgets, but I do not believe we have a burger stuffer.  Hamptons Lane suggests using it to put cheddar cheese and avocado in turkey meat for a California Burger.  How amazing does that sound?

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Stuff-A-Burger Press by Charcoal Companion

~Spicy Korean BBQ Marinade By We Rub You ($8): I probably would have preferred the non-spicy version, but B will like this.  If he uses it on tacos, I might be able to handle it.  Maybe.  I am such a baby with spicy foods.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Spicy Korean BBQ Marinade By We Rub You

~Extra Large Lily Pag Lid from Charles Viancin ($13.18): This is so smart!  You can use it as a lid to transport dishes (it seals on super tight) and then once you get it to your tailgate you can use it to keep food warm or to make sure the bugs stay out!

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Extra Large Lily Pag Lid from Charles Viancin

~Santa Maria Seasoning by Oakridge BBQ ($6.95): According to the information card, this  has been named the best steak rub in the country for the last three years in a row.  We’ll give it a try and I am sure that B will Instagram it.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Santa Maria Seasoning by Oakridge BBQ

~Cherry Chipotle Dipping Sauce by Not Ketchup ($9): This can be used instead of ketchup on just about anything.  I was super intrigued by this so I tested it right away.  And it’s really really good.  I could totally see myself using this on fries and burgers.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Cherry Chipotle Dipping Sauce by Not Ketchup

~Fold n’ Play Speakers by Origaudio ($16): Well aren’t these cool?  They are foldable speakers that hook right up to your phone.  You don’t even have to go to the game. You can listen to it and never have to leave your tailgate.

September 2014 Hamptons Lane
Fold n’ Play Speakers by Origaudio

All totaled I came up with a value of $61.10 for the September 2014 Hamptons Lane box!  The curation of this box was spot on and I was super impressed it was filled with tailgate goodies that were new to me.  I get a lot of boxes and I love when I get one that has all new (to me) stuff!

What do you think of Hamptons Lane?  If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, click here.  You’ll get $10 off your first box (it’ll appear as a credit in your account and will be deducted when you are billed) using my link, which would make your first box only $37.  I believe there is still time to opt in for this box so you won’t even have to wait until next month for your first delivery!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Lauren

    I love the pictures of food that B instagrams, even though it makes me hungry and jealous haha!

    1. Jennifer

      He makes some great stuff!

  2. Crystal

    They just HAD to name the Korean Marinade “We Rub You”? Haha. I definitely laughed out loud.

    1. Jennifer


  3. Kelsey

    i was in san Francisco this weekend and saw one of those lily pads in a Sur La Table, I almost bought it. they look pretty cool!!

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