sábado, 26 de julho de 2014 |

Japan Candy Box + GIVEAWAY

I think everybody know, or at least heard of, those boxes with some kind of products I receive in your house, subscribing to the desired company. It exists of tones of things: make up, skin products, cosmetics, health food, among other things. And recently I've found in a facebook group that an amazing company decided to provide, in the same way, Japanese sweets. Yey! \o/


Japan Candy Box  sent me in september (that only arrived on october thanks to the post office) a box, so I could test it and show you guys, what I found.


In each box comes from 8 to10 sweets carefully chosen by them and a brochure with the names of all the yummy candies it has inside. They are sent at the end of each month and has a period of about 2 weeks to be delivered at your home and when they are sent, you receive an e-mail with the tracking code of your box of Japanese sweets.


The company has monthly, quarterly, semiannual or annual plans of shipping, with free shipping to worldwide, in any plan and it can be calnceled by you at any time. The payment is made by credit card on the website.
Any question you have, you can check out their FAQ on the website or contact via e-mail, the Japan Candy Box staff is super friendly and responds very quickly.
Now I'm gonna show each one of the candies that I received on this box.


Kracie Tsunagete DIY Candy Kit - Ramune Soda & Grape: This is one sweet that you can play and eat at the same time. Soft candies, comes in forms of 'A' and 'C' you can fit into each other and form a chain, it's super fun.


Then look at my chain that looks like a bracelet. As I said the candies are soft, the blue ones tastes like soda and pink ones has grape taste.


Kracie Neru Neru Nerune DIY Bubble Jelly CandyI think almost everyone has seen those famous Popin 'Cookin that several people make videos showing how to make these "little sweet foods" (if not seen, only play on youtube that has many of them), and this is one of them. I have not eaten yet, don't know if it's good, but I know that is a gelatin. If they want me to make a video doing it, just ask in the comments down below.


Shigekix Super Sour Grape Gummies: The Japanese people love sour candy, and in this box, could not miss a sweet like that.


They are soft too, has grape flavor and are incredibly sour. Every bite it gets more and more sour. I loved it.


Tohato Anpanman Caramel Corn: This is a caramel snack. I confess that when I saw the packet and read that it was a caramel snack, I imagined one of those weird chips, with the "corn" slightly salty with a sweet cover.


But by the time I tried the first one, I understood why they are sold since 1971 and still are very famous. It is one of the most delicious snacks have ever eaten.


Moominvalley Biscuit: These are common milk cookies. But from what I saw, they also have the chocolate version.


They are very delicious, but it has nothing special, a lot of other cookies have similar taste. But these come in cute shapes and designs! *-*


Rilakkuma Biscuit Sticks: The Rilakkuma biscuits are chopsticks that looks very similar to those pretzel chopsticks or those who come covered with chocolate (the famous pocky).


But these don't come with cover, they are softer than those of pretzel and has a mild taste of vanilla. It is wonderful!


Bourbon Petit Chocolate Filled Cookies: Are cookies (which somewhat resemble macarons) with chocolate filling and a little bit of sugar over it.


You know that candy that seems to make you go to heaven, through heaven, and come back? Well then, this is one of them. I can't describe how amazing this flavor is, I had to keep myself from eating it all at once.


Yaokin Sour Paper Candy: This is a candy in strip, thin as a paper (that's why the name "paper candy") and with grape flavor.


It has these crystals over it, which give a bitter taste.


Puccho Watermelon Chewy Candy: This is a chewy candy with watermelon flavor, but from what I saw, has other flavors as well.


Starts this candy is very beautiful and the package is very cute, with drawings. The white part has yogurt flavor and pink bits are made with watermelon juice and when you chew, the flavors blend together and it gets incredible.


Meiji Yan Yan Biscuit Sticks: This is almost a pcky DIY. Are chopsticks which you dip in chocolate (it has strawberry favor too).


There are other products similar to this, Hershey's has one, but I never tried them here, so I can't compare. But that the Meiji is very tasty, it is worth.



And now, for your joy, I got another Japanese candy box to give away to you!
You only have to put your name and e-mail in the box down below, do at leats one of the things on the list and you're already competing. So the more items from the list you do, the more chances you have of winning! (links are at the end of the post).
You can participate from anywhere in the world and the shipping it's Japan Candy Box responsability.

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The entry goes until 10/26 and the result comes out on 10/28. Share with your friends and good luck! <3
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