Candy German October 2015 Review

Disclosure: I received this box for review.

Candy German October 2015 Review

Candy German October 2015 Review

Candy German is â‚¬29.00/month, which is around $32.40 USD.  Each month, Mark and Natascha (the founders) pack the best tasting German treats in their boxes each month.  Of all the boxes I review monthly, Candy German is consistently amazing.

The Details:

Cost:  $29.00 Euros (Around $32.67).

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.



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

Haribo Vampire

Haribo Vampire This are similar gummies to ones we received in a previous box. The classic fruity Haribo gummie is mixed with licorice.  While I don’t care for black licorice, these are cute and quite tasty

Trolli Glotzer

Trolli Glotzer These eyeballs are mainly made of marshmallow and the colored pupil is a wine gummy.  Inside, each eye is filled with sour fruity liquid.  I haven’t tried these yet, because I want to give them to my boys.

merci Kaffee-Sahne

merci Kaffee-Sahne This package contains four bars of chocolate.  Each one is half milk chocolate/half white an flavored with coffee.  This was a very interesting treat, but not my favorite since I don’t drink coffee.

Milka Tuc

Milka Tuc I am always happy to see a Milka product in my Candy German boxes.  These are rectangles of milk chocolate with a cracker in the middle.  A little salty, a little sweet, but so good.


Tekrum Baumkuchen-Spitzen Subscribers received this or the Bienenstich Petits  These are little cakes (yellow cake I think), also called tree cakes that is surrounded by dark chocolate.  There are multiple layers in these cakes and they are really good.

Schogetten Caramel Brownie

Schogetten Caramel Brownie These little squares tasted more like milk chocolate than a brownie, but they have little bits of caramel inside.  The caramel really pops in this treat.

Schwarze Herrenschokolade Edelbitter

Schwarze Herrenschokolade Edelbitter  This is some of the best dark chocolate I have had.  When this first went on the market, it was marketed to men, but thankfully times have changed.


El Cuador Edel Bitter Rezeptur 70% This was different from what was listed in the blog post, so I don’t know the history of the product.  This is a dark chocolate bar that is almost as good as the Schwarze Herrenschokolade Edelbitter.


Final Thought: Another month, another great box. If you love chocolate and sweets.  If you love chocolate and sweets, Candy German the box to check out.  The chocolate I get in Candy German is better than most treats I have had in the United States.  You can try Candy German with this link and get yummy treats for yourself.

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