Hole in Wall Box is a travel-inspired subscription box that sends you a collection of local goods from a new destination every other month.
Each box will feature a different city and contain an assortment of locally produced items that you can’t find elsewhere. Many of the products will be sourced from mom & pop shops, farmers markets, and local restaurants. Items can include homemade food items (candies, chocolates, baked goods), candles, soaps, spices, condiments, spices, lotions, and more.
Subscriptions are $35/month (plus shipping), or less with multi-month commitments. For a limited time, you can save 10% on your first month with coupon code “HOLEINWALL2ROSE“.
Let’s see what’s in the February 2016 Hole in Wall Box!
The box was shipped via 3-day priority mail.
A peek inside!
February’s featured location was Seattle, WA!
The info card included a list of every item in the box, along with brief descriptions and retail prices for each one.
Jonboy Whiskey & Smoked Salt Caramels ($10) – Small batch, handcrafted caramels made with ingredients including Samish Bay Whiskey and local cream & butter. Since I don’t eat dairy, I’m going to pass these along to my mom who I’m sure will be more than happy to take them off my hands.
Tiny’s Organic Dried Bosc Pears ($2.99) – This super healthy snack has just one ingredient: Organic Bosc pears. The fruit is slow dried for extra flavor and sweetness! I haven’t tried them yet, but I’m hoping they taste a lot better than they look. 😉
Moon Valley Organics Herbal Lip Balm ($2.99) – An all-natural lip balm made with organic ingredients including safflower oil, calendula, beeswax, comfrey, and lemon balm.
Herbn’ Farm NW Seattle Salt ($7) – A unique spice blend that consists of lavender, sage, thyme, kosher salt, and garlic. It can be enjoyed on just about anything — baked potatoes, meat, eggs, grilled veggies, and more.
Chukar Cherries ($3.99) – These dried Bing cherries are coated in smooth dark chocolate and flavored with an essence of pinot noir wine. Fancy!
Holmquist Hazelnut Orchards Orange Honey Hazelnuts ($5.99) – These look delicious and I’m not sure why I haven’t busted ’em open yet. They’re dry roasted hazelnuts flavored with sugar, honey, orange juice, and real vanilla. Yum!
Boehm’s Chocolate Bar ($2.95) – A hand-wrapped milk chocolate bar featuring an illustrated scene of western Washington. Boehm’s has been making handmade chocolates and confections in the Issaquah, WA area since 1942.
The Fay Farm Healing Hemp Lotion ($8) – An all natural healing lotion made with organic ingredients including argan oil, hemp oil, calendula, comfrey, grapeseed oil, and chamomile. It absorbs quickly and is great for dry skin as well as burns, bug bites, and athlete’s foot.
Another nicely curated selection of items from Hole in Wall Box! Being that I don’t get to travel much (or at all), it’s fun to check out a bunch of products from a specific place without even going there. The value was decent too — over $43 in items. Not bad!
Remember — for a limited time, you can save 10% on your first month with coupon code “HOLEINWALL2ROSE“.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.