3 reasons to book Honey Box Charcuterie right now for your next event

Charcuterie from Honey Box
Charcuterie is an art form with Honey Box. (Honey Box Charcuterie)

If your idea of a good time includes artisanal cheeses and local honey, Honey Box Charcuterie might need to be on your radar.

Lockdown-induced restlessness inspired Christina Hammond to start Honey Box Charcuterie in 2020. Below, we’ve rounded up three reasons to order from Honey Box for your next event.

1. Receive a board designed with you in mind

Christina Hammond
Christina Hammond, of Honey Box Charcuterie, works closely with clients to ensure a board they will love. (Honey Box Charcuterie)

Hammond’s order process is customer-centered from beginning to end.

To request a Honey Box board, simply reach out to Hammond on Facebook, Instagram or her website. Know that she needs at least a 48-hour lead time to make sure your board is perfect.

Once you’ve reached out, you will work with Hammond to design a board that is perfect for you. Honey Box accommodates all of your whims and wishes, whether you have dietary restrictions or simply love a specific type of cheese.

Honey Box caters everything from date night to weddings. Pricing is dependent on the event, but in general here’s what you can expect:

  • Graze tables and events: $15/person
  • Large box: $95; serves 4-6
  • Small box: $70; serves 2-3

2. Shop local

Charcuterie board
Hammond attends to every detail of your charcuterie order. (Honey Box Charcuterie)

The U.S. Small Business Association reported in 2018 that small businesses make up 44% of U.S. economic activity, as well as creating two thirds of net new jobs.

When you shop with Honey Box, you are taking part in a ripple effect that will support small businesses throughout Huntsville.

I am a local small business owner and every small business owner in Huntsville is so grateful that people are continuing to support us. I love my community and I try to shop and eat locally as well. 

Christina Hammond, Owner, Honey Box Charcuterie

In addition to shopping small in her personal life, Hammond uses local, Huntsville honey as a highlight of her charcuterie boards and boxes.

3. Learn from the pros

Graze table
This graze table looks so delicious. (Honey Box Charcuterie)

Not ready to commit to an entire board? No worries—a charcuterie class might be right up your alley.

Recently, Honey Box has been working with another local charcuterie business, Graze Charcuterie Co. (who we highlighted last fall), to put on charcuterie classes.

Get a full schedule of charcuterie classes online.

Follow Honey Box

Hammond’s Instagram is full of mouth-watering photos of her work—her craftsmanship truly shines through the images she features online.

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Have you ordered from Honey Box yet? We’d love to hear all about your experience on Facebook and Instagram.

Emily Phillips
Emily Phillips
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