January 2015 Orange Glad Review + Coupon Code

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Orange Glad
Cost: $21.95/month ($15 + $6.95 S/H)
Ships To: United States (not including U.S. Territories and Military APO/FPO/DPO addresses).
Coupon Code: Use code “YUMMY” to save 10% off your first purchase!
January 2015 Orange Glad
January 2015 Orange Glad

The Sweet Box by Orange Glad, is a carefully curated box of sweet snacks which is delivered to your door every month. It includes 5 deluxe gourmet desserts and the Orange Glad Marketplace allows you to place orders for more of the goodies you love!

January 2015 Orange Glad
The Box

Orange Glad ships via USPS Priority Mail and generally arrives during the first week of the month.

January 2015 Orange Glad
First Look

Everything was packed in a cardboard box with the actual Orange Glad Box and one other item which didn’t fit inside in it.

January 2015 Orange Glad
Second First Look

The January Orange Glad box was a different size than all of the others I have received.  This was a flat rectangle while they are usually in square boxes.  Not a big deal and it doesn’t really mean anything,but it looked different, so I wanted to mention it.

January 2015 Orange Glad
The Information Card

The January 2015 Orange Glad box included the following items:

~Sugardaddy’s Auburn Original Brunette Brownie: Of all the snacks in the box, this is the one I most wanted to try.  But I resisted temptation and let L try it!  He said it tasted “different” than a regular brownie, but in a good way.  Now that I am reading more into the information card I realize it has a hint of expresso beans in it.  That explains that!

January 2015 Orange Glad
Sugardaddy’s Auburn Original Brunette Brownie

~Gourmet Biscotti Vagabond Biscotti: This vanilla biscotti is filled with white chocolate pieces and toasted hazelnut.  I sent this off to work with B to put in their treat basket!

January 2015 Orange Glad
Gourmet Biscotti Vagabond Biscotti

~Mighty Brittle Orange Blossom Brittle:  Mighty Brittle is made with maple syrup from the loka Valley Farm and each bite bite is “bursting” with orange flavor.  This one didn’t tempt me like some of the others in this box did, so I was okay with sending it off with B.

January 2015 Orange Glad
Mighty Brittle Orange Blossom Brittle

~Sucre Macbubl: So this one I am saving for myself.  It’s to be enjoyed within 10 months, so that’s plenty of time. It’s a french style almond macron cookie surrounded by a smooth chocolate ganache and a enrobed in a crispy dark chocolate layer.  How amazing does that sound?

January 2015 Orange Glad
Sucre Macbubl

~Donsuemor Chocolate Dipped Madeleine: I have gotten these in the past (in Love with Food maybe) and am always shocked at how soft it is.  These are really good!

January 2015 Orange Glad
Donsuemor Chocolate Dipped Madeleine

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but it’s a fun way to try a bunch of new goodies without ending up with a ton of each!  However, I am trying to eat better in the new year, so I am probably going to let this one go for a few months.  It’s just too tempting ;).

What do you think of Orange Glad?  If you are interested in signing up or just want to learn more, click here!  And don’t forget that you can use the coupon code “YUMMY10” to save 10% off your first purchase!

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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 CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Sarah

    I was curious what was in the sweet box that is in the pictures. It looks cute!

    1. Sarah

      I mean the one with the mint colored bow that you can see in the first picture and the first look picture, was it something different than what was shown or did it include some of the other treats. I realized Orange glad’s main box said sweet box so I’m sorry if it was confusing!

      1. theramblingjen

        The “Second First Look” picture is everything that was packaged in the white Orange Glad Sweet box. So there were 4 items in the white box and then the brownie in the round container was in the packaging material next to white box. Everything came in the brown box.

  2. yousoldtheworld

    I always want to try this, but it really is so expensive for me! Sigh.

  3. Jennifer

    Sugar daddy’s brownies are the greatest ever. They are extremely rich and not a kid favorite. When I get sad because I don’t live near the Crispery, I console myself with the pure joy that is sugar daddy’s. In fact, I’ll be stopping off to get one in about an hour. I never thought a brownie could be worth $3 until I tasted theirs.

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