Trying Out Blount Organic Soups

Thanks to Tryazon and Blount Organic we got to try out Blount Organic Soups for free with some friends.


If you are like me, you may not have heard of Blount before. Blount is a family owned and operated company that has been around since 1946. Blount makes their products using the freshest ingredients and they use locally sourced ingredients whenever they can. Blount is committed to energy conservation as well as sustainable business practices and has facilities in Fall River, Massachusetts as well as Warren, Rhode Island and McKinney, Texas.

Now that you know a little bit about the company itself, here’s what you need to know about the soups. The soups are all organic, most of them are gluten-free, and several of them or either vegetarian or vegan. When you go to purchase these soups, you’ll find them in the refrigerated section.

We decided to try out the Tomato Bisque, Savory Harvest Bisque, and Broccoli Cheddar Soup.


They are super easy to heat up as they can be left in the container and heated in the microwave. They take about 4 minutes to heat through so we were able to heat each one up when we were ready to try it. Blount Organic Soups also feature a “cool grip” that makes it easier for you to grab and hold the container when you get it out of the microwave.


The first soup we decided to try out was the Tomato Bisque.



The majority liked the Tomato Bisque and almost everyone thought it smelled like pizza. JT liked it and asked for a second serving. I personally thought it was okay but it actually tasted the way I expected it to. I’m pretty picky when it comes to tomato soup.

The second soup we tried out was the Savory Harvest Bisque.


I didn’t have any expectations about this one. I’ve never had any sort of squash or harvest type soup. When it was done being heated I was surprised to find that it smelled like apple pie. After taking a look at the ingredients I found that it did have apples and cinammon in it as well as butternut squash, carrots, sweet potatoes, nutmeg, ginger, and rosemary.

I personally thought this soup was also okay. It was definitely different and unique. One of my friends said that this one was her favorite and others didn’t like it. JT thought it smelled like pumpkin pie, tasted like apple pie, and he didn’t like it because it had too much ginger. Connor thought the opposite. He thought it smelled like apple pie but tasted like pumpkin pie.

After the Savory Harvest Bisque the last soup to try was the Broccoli Cheddar Soup.



This one was my favorite as well as the boys’ favorite. JT had three servings of this one. Everyone else liked it too. It had a good amount of broccoli pieces and a good flavor.


If you like soups, Blount Organic Soups are worth checking out. We found our soups at Target but you can check out the Blount Organic website to see where to find some near you.

Have you tried out Blount Organic Soups? Which was your favorite?