If you follow me at all you know that I love Japanese Candies! That’s why I jumped at the opportunity to review September’s Japan Candy Box. The wonderful people over at Japan Candy Box sent me a box to review… but more importantly… they gave me one to GIVE AWAY to one of you! (contest has ended) So if you’re not familiar with Japan Candy Box let me fill you in… for just $20/month you get a box of 8-10 Japanese candies and snacks. Shipping is free to practically anywhere in the world and you can cancel your subscription at any time. So before we get into the contest, let me show you an example of what you’ll get…
….alright and if videos are not your style, I’ve taken photos for your enjoyment…
Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Animal Candy Land DIY Kit
I love DIY kits! With this one, you mix up different colors and paint them on edible animals which you make from the included mold.
Coris Berry Mix Soft Candy
This is actually gum much like Chiclets. Very small fruity flavored gum squares that you need a bunch at a time to make a decent sized piece to chew on.
Doraemon Ramune Squash Soda Bubble Gum
This gum is delicious! I love the soda flavor it’s unlike any flavor we have around these parts
Coris Soft Centered Grape Gum
This gum has a goo in the center that’s a burst of flavor but it wears off rather quickly
Kabaya Mixed Fruit Bottle Candy
This is a hard candy much like a lifesaver. The flavors are a bit different but very good!
Kracie Dodotto Octopus Eggs DIY Kit
This was a fun DIY kit. You mix up the stuff and use a octopus-shaped dropper to make the eggs.
Kanro Pure Mini Gummies
These apple gummies were a bit sour and taste almost exactly like real apples
Calbee Vegetable Snacks
These are veggie chips and they had some sort of seasoning on them that made them exceptionally good!
Lotte Pokémon Ramune Candy
These are like a sweet tart type candy.
Tohato Caramel Corn
I don’t know what it is about this stuff but it is freaking amazing! This one was peanut flavored but yet sweet at the same time… plus there were peanuts included in the bag which was unexpected.
…and that was the Japan Candy Box for September 2016! I think they did a great job with the candy selection! I enjoyed everything in this box and there were no gross out items in here so that’s a plus.
If you’re interested in subscribing to the Japan Candy Box, you can visit their website by clicking here.
AND NOW FOR THE CONTEST (ended)! One lucky winner will WIN a Japan Candy Box for themselves!! The contest is open through November 4th 2016 and to enter simply visit the contest page by clicking on this link! Good Luck!
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