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Cost: “Full-Size” $15/month (6-9 Snacks & Candies) / “Half-Size” $8.50/month (3-4 Snacks & Candies).
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bocandy is a monthly subscription box which sends you premium candy from around the world delivered right to your door. You will receive 7-10 different brands of candy and each shipment will include a secret bonus treat.
bocandy ships via USPS First Class Mail between the 8th and the 15th of the month. Your shipments will start the month after you sign up.
bocandy ships in a small box, but it is always packed full.
The December 2015 bocandy box included the following items:
~Meiji Osushiyasan Gummy (Japan): These are fun. The gummy sushi shaped treats are tasty, but the real fun is stacking them and truing to figure out what they taste like. According to the package, the favors are banana, lemon and cherry (I think that’s a cherry anyway), but when you stack them and mix them all up, who knows what are you even eating!
~Nestle Trio (Bulgaria): Trio bars consist of a trio or caramels, cookies and chocolate. What could be wrong there? Not much. Not much at all! It could have used a little more caramel, but I am a caramel fanatic, so that’s too be expected from me.
~Tunnock’s Caramel Wafers (Scotland): I may have set my expectations too high on these. I thought chocolate covered caramel wafers would be the best thing ever. Sadly I didn’t think they had enough flavor in them. Yeah, I was surprised too. I do still have one left, so maybe I will give it another try in a few days.
~Paleta Chocolate Covered Marshmallow on a Stick: I still find these to be super odd, but the kids like them. And I mean, they are good (it’s just chocolate covered marshmallows), but it’s odd that it’s on a stick. Although, I have purchased Peeps on a stick for the kids which is way weirder than this.
~Hyper Bar (Bulgaria): This I loved! It’s a lightweight chocolate covered wafer and is amazing!
~Nerriccho Soft Serve (Japan): The directions for this aren’t in English (which made it extra fun to figure out), but the idea is to mix the little pink “stuff” with water to create “ice-cream”. According to the package the container used to mix it in has a fill line on it, but no, it doesn’t. The package included little cones to put your ice-cream in too. Sadly I think I used too much water because mine was just, well, water . Oops.