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German Candy Club
Cost: Small German Candy Box ($25.99/month), German Candy & Food Mix Box ($35.99/month) or Big German Candy Box ($40/month).
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A
The German Candy Club is a monthly service that deliver the best German candy and good to your doorstep. You can opt for the Small German Candy Box ($25.99/month) which includes 3lbs of German Candy, the German Candy & Food Mix Box ($35.99/month) which includes 8lbs of German candy and food or the Big German Candy Box ($40/month) which includes 8lbs of German Candies. I received the Small German Candy Box for review.
I received my The German Candy Club shipment via FedEx, however, I am not sure if they are always shipped via FedEx.
This box was packed! Needless to say I loved the first look.
The German Candy Club doesn’t include an information card, but my October shipment included the following items:
~Haribo Gummies: I couldn’t believe how many Haribo items we received in this box! B and I were so excited! He liked the “Saure Pommes” (sour citrus fries) the best, but I liked the gummy pugs (LOL) and, of course, the cola bottles the best!
~Kinder Bueno: Kinder chocolates are sold in the States, but for some reason they aren’t as popular or as mainstream as they are overseas. I don’t get it though because they are fabulous. These are wafer cookies with a creamy hazelnut center. Absolutely delicious.
~duplo Chocnut: I wasn’t as big of a fan of this one. Mainly because instead of a creamy hazelnut filling it has actually hazelnuts in it.
~nimm2 minis: nimm2 minis are citrus flavored candies with a liquid filling. They were fun to try, but I thought the texture was a little odd.
~Stroopwafel: Stroopwafels are amazing! They are thin waffles with a caramel filling. Warmed up over a cup of coffee they are even better.
~Schoko Drops: These are dark chocolate candies with more chocolate on the inside. The package is tiny, but I did enjoy them.
~Baiser-Eier: This is when an information card would come in handy! I had no idea what these were and frankly, I was a little scared to try them. I *think* the filling is a marshmallow of some sort and it’s got like a somewhat soft outer shell. It’s fair to say these aren’t my favorite.
I didn’t do a cost breakdown on The German Candy Club, but I thought it was a fun box and a great value!