German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review 4


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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
German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box

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.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

I received my The German Candy Club shipment via FedEx, however, I am not sure if they are always shipped via FedEx.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

This box was packed!  Needless to say I loved the first look.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Card

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!

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

Haribo Gummies

~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.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

Kinder Bueno

~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.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

duplo Chocnut

~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.

nimm2minis

nimm2minis

~Stroopwafel: Stroopwafels are amazing!  They are thin waffles with a caramel filling. Warmed up over a cup of coffee they are even better.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

Stroopwafel

~Schoko Drops: These are dark chocolate candies with more chocolate on the inside. The package is tiny, but I did enjoy them.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

Schoko Drops

~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.

German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

Baiser-Eier

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on The German Candy Club, but I thought it was a fun box and a great value!

If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, you can check out The German Candy Club here.  You can use coupon code “ANGELAMERKEL” to get a free trial as well!

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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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4 thoughts on “German Candy Club October 2015 Subscription Box Review

  • Melanie

    Baiser-Eier translates as meringue eggs. It’s denser and sweeter than a marshmallow. If you ever have any German translation questions, please feel free to get in touch with me.

  • German Candy Lover

    I received my first box from the German Candy Club. The candy was thrown into a large box covered with Amazon Prime tape, which seemed odd to me. I opened the box and inside were long lengths of cushioning bags. Two thirds down I found the candy. There were 25 bags of assorted bags of Gummie candy! It seemed like more Gummie candy than I have ever seen in my life. I bought this subscription based on the review above. All I can say is that every one I gift fo Christmas will also receive a bag of Gummie candy. Needless to say, I have canceled my subscription.