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Calendar December 2, 2014 12/02/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

Candy German November 2014 Review – German Candy Subscription

Disclosure: This box was received free for review purposes.


Candy German is a subscription box that sends you great treats from Germany for only $40.00 a month.  Each Candy German box has a weight of up to 1 kg (including packaging), and every item has been tested by chief snackers Mark and Natascha – the founders of Candy German who comb through German supermarkets every month to spread candy joy.  I really enjoyed my July box, so I was excited when they offered their November box for me to review.

The Details:

Cost:  $38.89/month ($29.00 Euros)

What's in the box? Every box from Candy German you receive will be filled with quality candies picked by hand and made in Germany.  Each box will have 6-8 items.

When does the box ship?  The box ships the 15th of the month.  It may take up to 15 days to find the box.

How do I cancel?  You cancel with you account.

Website: https://candygerman.com


Candy German ships in a plain brown box and comes from Germany.


First Look: This box was packed with yummy goodness.


Kinkartz Aachener Mandel-Printen These bars are made with gingerbread and are coated with chocolate and nuts.  This was really easy to eat and quite tasty.

009: Pertzborn Zimtsterne: These are cinnamon star cookies.  The cookies were soft and flavored with cinnamon. The icing really mad these cookies wonderful.


Wiebold Choconova Feine Trüffel:  These truffles come in three flavors: cappuccino, bourbon vanilla, and chocolate moose.  I tried the chocolate moose and it was so good.  It had a chocolate hard shell and a soft chocolate moose center.


Zentis Marzipan Kartoffeln: These treats are made to look like little potatoes and are made with marzipan.  These are soft doughy balls that have a cinnamon taste.  They are really good.


Kinkartz Domino Star These little squares are made from marzipan, gingerbread, fruit jelly and then covered in chocolate.  These are so rich and tasty.


Oebel Kölner Christstollen mit Marzipanfüllung:  This is a cross between a pastry and a bread.  It has a similar quality to fruit cake, but much better.  I actually hate fruit cake and I love this.  This was super fresh and tasty.


Friedel Blätter Krokant These tasted like crunchy chocolate peanut brittle balls.  One piece was very filling and full of flavor.

021 Final Thought:  This was a wonderful box.  I didn't do a cost breakdown of this box, but given the freshness of each product and that they came from Germany, I think the $38.89 price is well worth it!  I am not sure which treat was my favorite, because they were all incredibly fresh and tasty.  I really loved the truffle, so that might be my favorite.  If you want to try Candy German, click HERE. If you want to watch my You Tube review, I had a good friend be a guest reviewer.  His family is German, so he is very familiar with all these treats.

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1 Comment(s)

  1. Barbie, December 3, 2014:

    It’s nice to see that they are choosing such popular treats from Germany. These are all of the treats we get for Christmas in our stockings every year. I’ve had to teach myself to enjoy Marzipan though, I used to hate it and it is in EVERYTHING there. :)

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