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Cost: $19/month ($15 + $4 S/H)
Ships To: United States (not including U.S. Territories and Military APO/FPO/DPO addresses).
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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!
Orange Glad ships via USPS Priority Mail in a padded flat rate envelope and took just a few days to arrive.
It’s always a lot of unboxing with Orange Glad. Everything is packaged inside a padded flat rate envelope, and then in a cardboard box with a few smaller boxes inside.
The May 2015 Orange Glad Box included the following items:
~Lemon Pomegranate Brittle by Brooklyn Brittle: This is tasty and was fun to try. The lemon / pomegranate combination was really good. Much better than I was anticipating.
~Salted Caramel Apple Cookies by Velvet Rope Bake Shop: I liked these, but for me they could have skipped the dried apples. I am not sure why, but I have never included sea salt in my cookies. This makes me want to.
~Orange Chocolate Sandwich Shortbread by Too Moon Shortbread: This was more dense than I expected, but was just as good as I thought it would be. It’s made in Brooklyn and is described as a “grown-up” cookie which I would totally agree with.
~Petite Brownie Bites by Sugar Bowl Bakery: Delicious! I like brownies as it is, but these are excellent. I love that they are bit sized too. I have tried a few times to make individual brownies in mini muffin tins, but they just don’t turn out like these.
~Maple Shortbread by Vermont Moonlight Cookies: I like the shortbread part of these more than the maple part, but I wouldn’t say no to these with a cup of coffee either.
I never do a cost breakdown on Orange Glad, but it’s one I pay for myself and I like it! It’s a fun way to try out some new treats and