March 2015 The Tiki Box Review – Hawaii Snack Box

Disclosure: This box was received free for review.

March 2015 The Tiki Box Review - Hawaii Snack Box

The Tiki Box is a snack subscription box that ships various snacks from Hawaii.  Boxes are $15.00/month and all the snacks ship right from Hawaii.  I have been to Hawaii a couple time, and I was really excited to see what I would receive.

The Details:

Cost: $15.00/month

What’s in the box Handpicked Hawaiian snacks delivered straight to your door.

How do I cancel?  Email and put “cancel” in the subject line.


The Tiki Box shipped in a little brown box


First Look:  Okay, this isn’t exactly the first look, as there was an information card on top.  The first snack I noticed was the macadamia nuts.


The information card had a picture with corresponding number and descriptions.


Hong Yuan Classic Guava Hard Candy: These candies taste just like guavas.  C and I had these in another box and we loved them.


Enjoy Arare:  These are Japanese crackers flavored with soy sauce.  These tasted a bit burnt to me.  My husband and I didn’t care for these crackers.


Li Hing Mui Drops: This is hard candy with a plum center.  The plum center is a bit like a powder, it tastes good and it is an interesting combination of textures.


Hawaiian Host Maui Caramacs:  This is chocolate and caramel covered macadamia nuts.  This treat is fantastic.  The chocolate and caramel covered the macadamia nuts, but doesn’t over power them.


Mauna Loa Milk Chocolate Macadamias:  These are milk chocolate covered macadamia nuts.  The milk chocolate and nuts created a great melody that are quite addicting.


Beans Group Wasabi Peas: These are crunchy, spicy wasabi coated peas.  I am not a fan of wasabi, so I am going to pass these on to a friend.


Shelly Senbei Rice Crackers:  The rice crackers are lightly salted and flavored with dried seaweed.  I don’t like dried seaweed, but these aren’t bad.  The seaweed tastes a bit like spinach.


Glico Pretz Salad: These are crunchy cracker sticks that have a salad flavor, which has a sweet and salty flavor.


Island Princess Honey Roasted Macadamia Nuts:  I love macadamia nuts and the honey roasted flavor makes these taste fantastic!  I love these and I wish the bag was bigger.


Final Thought: I really enjoyed The Tiki Box, especially the macadamia nut products.  The guava candy was also a favorite.  There were a few snacks I didn’t care for, but I think it was a well curated box.  For $15.00, I felt this box was right in line with price as other snack subscriptions and I found some yummy snacks.  If you want to try The Tiki Box, click here.  

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2 thoughts on “March 2015 The Tiki Box Review – Hawaii Snack Box

  1. Sheri

    I’m from HI and this is pretty accurate as far as what kinds of snacks you find around these parts! Mauna Loa actually has a new one that came out last year: cookies n creme covered mac nuts. Sooooo good!


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