November 2014 Sauce Pack Review 5


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Sauce Pack
Cost: $25/month.
Ships To: United States (excluding Alaska & Hawaii)
Coupon Code: N/A
November 2014 Sauce Pack

November 2014 Sauce Pack

Sauce Pack, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a monthly hot sauce subscription service.  Each month subscribers receive three different bottles of hot sauce made in the United States.

November 2014 Sauce Pack

The Box

Sauce Pack ships via USPS Priority Mail and took just a few days to arrive.  Packs are generally shipped within the first two business days of the month.  If you have not purchased a subscription by the 1st of the month, your subscription will begin the following month.

November 2014 Sauce Pack

First Look

Everything arrives neatly packaged with the three bottles of hot sauce securely in place.

The Information Card

The Information Card

The November 2014 Sauce Pack included the following items:

~Jehu Hot Sauce Smoked Apple (Hot): I am not a big hot sauce person so I am going to have to stick to telling you about the history behind these sauces instead of telling you how they taste.  Because to me, they would all taste hot.  Very very hot. Jehu started in 2012and is located in New Hampshire.  This sauce is perfect for roasts or pork and has cinnamon apple, cayenne, honey and chipotle.

November 2014 Sauce Pack

Jehu Hot Sauce Smoked Apple

Jehu Hot Sauce Smoked Apple

Jehu Hot Sauce Smoked Apple

~Chelsea Fire Wicked Hot Sauce: Of all the hot sauces in the pack, this one scares me the most!  When you have pictures of fire on your bottle, well you know it’s hot!  Chelsea Hot Sauce donates 5% of their sales to FireHero.org, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation!

November 2014 Sauce Pack

Chelsea Fire Wicked Hot Sauce

Chelsea Fire Wicked Hot Sauce

Chelsea Fire Wicked Hot Sauce

~Howlin’ Hollar Hot Sauce with Pumpkin Flavor: I was almost tempted to sample this sauce myself because the pumpkin in it intrigued me, but I thought better of it.  It won won first at the “Hot Pepper Awards” and started in the Mount Washington Valley area in 2003.

November 2014 Sauce Pack

Howlin’ Hollar Hot Sauce with Pumpkin Flavor

Howlin' Hollar Hot Sauce

Howlin’ Hollar Hot Sauce with Pumpkin Flavor

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but I think that the $25 price tag is more than fair.  Each hot sauce would be about $8 per bottle and for bottles that you can’t get locally (at least I don’t think you can), that seems fair!

What do you think of Sauce Pack?  Are you a hot sauce fan?  If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, head over to their site and check them out!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

About Jennifer

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 Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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5 thoughts on “November 2014 Sauce Pack Review

  • laura r

    Definitely a hot sauce fan! We eat ghost pepper hot sauce on practically everything. Will have to keep an eye on this one for sure- subscribing early scares me.

  • Jennifer Holzmeyer Louthan

    My brother would love this box. He has yet to find a sauce that is too hot for him. He eats hot sauce on everything. LOL

  • So tired

    Really cool. The Chelsea Hot Sauce is a local fave here. It’s really nice to see them branching out of Mass. PS I am sad I cannot comment under my name. Disqus is not my fave,