Munchpak September 2014 Review – Snack Subscription Box
Disclosure: I received this box free for review
MunchPak is a snack subscription box, sent me this box for review. Munchpak is not a healthy snack box. It is just an assortment of some of the best snacks. I try to eat healthy, but it is nice Munchpak says ” Letâ€™s face it; even those who claim to be on strict diets are guilty of sneaking in their favorite brand of potato chips or candy bar from time to time.
Cost: $21.00, Family plan $39.00
What’s in the box? Boxes are filled with a huge variety of delicious munchies from Australia, Sweden, Japan, United States, Canada, and many other countries from all over the world
When will I get my box? You box will ship within about 48 hours after ordering. You will then get a new box around the same time each month.
How many snacks will I get? You will get 20-30 snacks.
Where do you ship? USA and Canada
Munchpak ships in a brown box with Munchpak tape on top.
First Look: This box was packed with snacks
Cadbury Crunchie This is a milk chocolate candy bar with a honeycomb center. This was tasty and reminded me a bit of a Butterfinger.
Taiwan Coffee Wafers: This is from Tawiwan. This looks like the waffers here in the USA, but these are coffee flavored. I don’t like coffee, so I am waiting to try these,
Eiffel Bon Bons: These are French candies that are strawberry flavored. They are little round chewy balls.
Umaibo- Corn Flavored: This is from Taiwan. Umaibo has a hard puffy Cheetos like consistancy. It is flavored many different ways. I found out about it through subscription boxes and I really love it.
Hi-Chew (Grape): Our family loves Hi Chews. We were introduced through subscription boxes and they are a family favorite. They remind me of a chewier Starburst.
Apple Gummy Candy: These are really tasty gummies from Japan. They have a really strong flavor for whatever flavor it is.
Rip Rolls: Rip Rolls is a marriage between Fruit by the Foot and Sour Punch Straws. Is it possible I know too much about junk food?
Rip Van Wafels: This is an Amsterdam wafel filled with caramel. You sit this on your cup of coffee or hot chocolate and the center gets warm and melted.
Cajillions: These are watermelon tiny chewy candies. They remind me of chewy nerds.
Shrimp Chips: These don’t taste much like shrimp, more like a chip that smells like shrimp. They don’t have much of a flavor, and I wasn’t much of a fan.
Ellse : This is from Thailand and it is a layer chocolate cake with cream filling. The chocolate tasted a bit different than what I was used to, but it was good. The cake was nice and moist.
Hello Panda: I love Hello Panda. These are little cookies with pictures and are filled with vanilla cream.
Doritos Mejor Sabor: I am not sure what exact flavor these are, but they are Spanish. Meijor Sabor is translated to “Best Tasting” (Thanks Kristy). These and a very unique spice taste to them, and I thought they were pretty good.
Japanese Style Mochi: These is a sweet dough like treat with mango flavor in the middle.
Final Thought: This was a really interesting assortment of goodies, from all over the world. My favorite treats were the Rip Rolls, Hello Panda, Bon Bons and the Cajillions. There were treats I didn’t love, but it was fun trying new things. If you want to try Munchpak and get you own box of snacks, click HERE.