Product Reviews

Batch Nashville

September 6, 2013

Brace yourselves, I’m about to tell you about the most genius idea ever, especially for all you Nashville lovers out there. Batch Nashville is a new Nashville business bringing you a goodie box of products from local businesses. It’s mostly food, but I hear sometimes you may get a non-food goodie item, too. I look at it like Stitch Fix, but it’s food and it’s Nashville! It’s such a great idea for gift giving, sending Nashville love, or if you’re like me, getting a taste of local products that would normally take way too much time to hunt down yourself. Sign me up!

Batch Nashville on So, How's It Taste?

I ordered the October box, but was completely bummed I’d missed out on their first box for September. As luck would have it, my friend Stephen Moseley is one-third of the team behind Batch Nashville and sent me a nice email asking if I’d like to get in on the September box. Twist my arm YES! I know Stephen from high school, so not only was I supporting a local business that supports local businesses, I was more than happy to support a former classmate…and he reads my blog. 🙂 Together with Sam Davidson and Rob Williams, Batch Nashville came to life.

How does Batch Nashville work? You can purchase a month at a time for $30 per box or get three months together and it’s $25 per box. I received my September box yesterday and I’m sold. Batch Nashville puts so much care and detail into their boxes and each one has a theme. The September box theme is Rise & Shine. It’s all about my favorite meal of the day!

Batch Nashville on So, How's It Taste?

I opened my box to find it tied in blue and white string (it was in a pretty bow, but I was camera-less when I first dove into the box). On top is a sheet with details on what’s inside. It’s perfectly written to guide you through how you can use each product to have the best start to your day ever. I seriously wanted to call in sick to work the next day so I could eat my way through my September box!

Batch Nashville on So, How's It Taste?

On the back of the sheet is more information about the purveyors included in the box and their web site addresses. I loved reading more about each company as I hadn’t heard of some of them (bad Nashvillian!). So even if you live in Nashville, I think you will really enjoy Batch Nashville.

Batch Nashville on So, How's It Taste?

Let’s get to what’s inside! Rise & Shine!

Batch Nashville Dozen Bakery on So, How's It Taste?

I instantly gravitated to the loaf of Strawberry Banana Bread from Dozen Bakery. I have a weakness for banana bread, but never thought about adding strawberry! I can absolutely get behind having this for breakfast, especially with a hot mug of coffee.

Batch Nashville Garage Coffee Company on So, How's It Taste?

Speaking of coffee…next up is a bag of whole coffee beans from Garage Coffee Company. This pack is the Road Rage blend. Yes, I for sure need a big cup of that! If you don’t have a grinder, they’ll grind them for you for free!

Batch Nashville Haulin' Oats on So, How's It Taste?

Next up is a Mason Jar of oatmeal from Haulin’ Oats. They use healthy, organic ingredients so you can have a healthy breakfast on the go. I received Cinnamon Girl. It’s pecans, raisins, apples, cinnamon and other spices. That Mason jar isn’t just for looks either; you make the oatmeal in the jar!

Batch Nashville TruBee Honey on So, How's It Taste?

In the box was also a jar of TruBee Honey. I’ve heard so much about this honey that I can’t wait to dig in. Hovering over the sink eating this with a spoon is perfectly acceptable behavior, right? This jar is their 2013 Summer Wildflower variety. There’s a biscuit in my future with this drizzled all over it!

Batch Nashville My Friend Who Loves to Cook on So, How's It Taste?

The last gift is a big Mason jar full of Sunday Morning Pancake Mix from My Friend Who Loves to Cook. The mix includes nine grains, milled in small batches. Healthy pancakes, y’all! You know I’ll be firing up my griddle this Saturday morning.

I hope this gives you a sense of the awesome concept of Batch Nashville. Now you see why I call it genius. It’s perfect for a gift or for yourself. I’m already counting down the days until my October box is delivered! Check out to get in on the November box…they sold out of October already!

Disclosure: I ordered the October box myself and was sent the September box at no cost. I was not compensated for this post and all opinions expressed here are solely my own, as always.

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  • Sam Davidson September 6, 2013 at 10:41 am

    Wow! Thanks for the kind words and great write up! Bon apetit!

    • Leah Short September 6, 2013 at 1:02 pm

      Thank you for stopping by the blog! LOVED the box. Much success to you guys!

  • Heather September 6, 2013 at 10:55 am

    I need this NOW! Such a good idea!

    • Leah Short September 6, 2013 at 1:03 pm

      I really wish I’d thought of it. 😉

  • Carmen September 6, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    This is SO awesome! Thanks for writing about it! I just purchased a seasonal box!

    • Leah Short September 6, 2013 at 1:03 pm

      Yay! I can’t wait for the next one!

  • Brecca Theele September 6, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Yum! What a great idea. Also, who ever does the design work for the packaging, Lovely Typography.

    • Leah Short September 6, 2013 at 1:03 pm

      I love, love the packaging. Almost too pretty to open!

  • Michele September 7, 2013 at 8:16 am

    This is so neat, I just purchased the seasonal box! Thanks for blogging about it!

  • Nancy September 7, 2013 at 11:26 am

    I’m with you on all the praise. We enjoyed our pancakes this morning. Yum. They are light and so, so, tasty. Honey pour on top made our morning – in fact, our day. N

  • Lesley Eats September 9, 2013 at 6:01 pm

    Putting this on my wish list (literally–I repinned it on Pinterest). 🙂