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Mittwoch, 13. Januar 2016

Japan Candy Box Unboxing | November 2015 |

This box was given to me for free from the Japan Candy Box Team.

Here some information about the Japan Candy Box

it's a monthly subscription box with japanese candies and snacks.

~ 8-10 snacks and candies in each box ~

- 1 month plan = $19.90/month
- 3 months plan = $19.90/month
- 6 months plan = $18.90/month --> most popular one
- 12 months plan = $18.20/months

~Free shipping worldwide~


Moko Moko Mokolet 3 Candy Toilet Kit

This was clearly the most curious snack in the box. It is a DIY kit where you have to mix the ingredients together. First you will need to put the pieces of the toilet together and then add the powder from the tank and mix with water.. something like that. Add each powder individually, they each have a flavour: strawberry, melon and cider.
There comes no english explanation so you have no choice then studying japanese.. ;)

Puccho Pyramid Blue Soda Ball Candy

Although I had some starter problems with the packaging these ball candy were super delicious. They have a hard shell and inside it's gummy. It's soda flavour and not sour at all.

Coris Mizuame DIY Syrup Candy Kit

Another kit that requires cooking abilities.. This time it's a jelly thing. Add all the jellies in the small container that comes along. 1. add the blue jelly. 2. add yellow and meanwhile mix the two jellies together. 3. While mixing add the red jelly. In the end you'll have unicorn paste and it will change the taste with every bite.
It's really sticky so be careful while preparing it.

Meito Puku Puku Tai Fish Shaped Wafer

I hope you are familiar with the Taiyaki. It's a fish shaped freshly made sweet bread filled with cream. There are different types of fillings: anko, chocolate, vanilla cream and more. If you are ever in Japan then you need to try it out. This Taiyaki in the box is basically the supermarket version of the bread type. It's a wafer filled with a chocolate filling. It's crunchy, but tastes freshly made. I could eat them all day long. Although they are not as good as the bread taiyaki they still are super delicious.

Pine Deka Pudding Candy

I wasn't all too impressed about this candy. It is a super huge ball.. *that's what she said*.. and it taste like japanese pudding. I do like pudding, but not in a candy.

Meiji Pucca Chocolate Filled Pretzel

They were gone so fast... Do you know the pretzel covered with chocolate? That's how these cookies taste. They are called pretzel, but they don't really look like pretzel at all.. They look more like octopus.

Fujiya Milky Sweets

Although they are hard as stone and you might loose some teeth in the process of eating them, they are super duper delicious. It's milk flavour and a sticky formula. They wrapped individually, which is often the case in Japan, because they pay a lot of attention to the design of their products.

Tohato Caramel Corn

They are my favorite snacks ever!! Forget about potato chips, these one are much better. Do you like caramel popcorn? Yes?? Then you will love these!! They are a mixture between popcorn and cornflakes. They are super crunchy and you will need to eat them immediately, because they loose the crunchiness once the packaging was open.

Meiji Cola Flavored Popping Candy

Inside the packaging you will find small drops bonbons and stone looking pieces. If you take an amount in your mouth everything will start to sparkle and pop. Some of the pieces are coke flavoured.


Now here comes the exciting news:

Japan Candy Box Team offered me to launch a giveaway for you guys. All you need to do is to subscribe as much as possible. The more you subscribe the higher the chance to win a Japan Candy Box. So what are you waiting for?!? Go for it now!!! ;) Good Luck!! <3

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