WOWBOX The Classic November 2015 Review
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WOWBOX is a Japanese candy subscription starting at $14.99/month. They have three different themes of boxes Original Fun & Tasty, Kawaii & Beauty, and The Classic. Once you pick your theme, you choose the size of your box small, medium and large. Small boxes are $14.99, medium boxes are $24.99 and large boxes are $34.99.
Original Fun & Tasty boxes are filled with wacky treats, and new candies. Kawaii & Beauty boxes are filled with low-calorie treats that are good for you body and tasty too. Occasionally, there are beauty items in the box. The Classic is filled items that are essential Okashi in Japan. These snacks have been popular for decades. For all themes, DIY kits will be in medium and large boxes. I reviewed the Kawaii & Beauty box last month and I was sent The Classic this month.
Cost: $14.99 – small, $24.99 – medium, $34.99 – Large
What’s in the box:
- Original Fun & Tasty boxes are filled with wacky treats, and new candies.
- Kawaii & Beauty boxes are filled with low-calorie treats that are good for you body and tasty too. Occasionally, there are beauty items in the box.
- The Classic is filled items that are essential okashi in Japan. These snacks have been popular for decades.
Shipping: Boxes ship to more than 70 countries and shipping is free.
WOWBOX ships in a large box.
There was an information sheet on top.
The information sheet has all the snacks in the box. There is also a code for each item in the box which indicates if it is in the small, medium or large boxes. Not pictured, there was a nutritional information sheet which gives the full nutritional breakdown for each snack.
Ototo (Light Salt) We have had these before and they were a total hit. These are little sea animal shapes that are crunchy, salty crackers. They actually taste more like a chip than a cracker.
Happy Turn These look like those teething biscuits for babies but have a crunchy soy sauce flavor. The information card said they were sweet, but I didn’t taste that.
Tongari Corn (Light Salt) These look at taste like the American snack Bugles Chips.
Winter Meltable Pocky This is a limited edition flavor that tasted like the stick was covered in a chocolate/raspberry powder. I don’t think raspberry is actually in the snack, but that it’s just the flavor of chocolate.
Rumanda This a sweet flaky snack that is covered with a sugar icing. I thought these tasted similar to a waffle cone.
Pocky Wagokoro (Uji Matcha) These are green tea flavored Pocky. There are actual chunks of green tea covered by chocolate. My husband liked these, but they tasted too much like tea for me.
Hi-Chew Mini This was our family’s favorite snack in the box. When I say family, I mean my husband and I, because these were gone before the kids could try them. These are chewy fruity candies.
Chocoball (Caramel) These are small chocolate covered soft caramels, very tasty.
Chelsea (Yogurt Scotch) This really tasted completely different from the description. This is described as yogurt flavored, but my husband and I thought it tasted like orange cream. My husband loved these.
Pocky Midi (Chubby Chocolates) The name is a good description of this snack. These are shorter, and chubbier chocolate Pocky.
Necter I have never been a huge fan of drinks in Japanese snack boxes until this. This is basically a peach flavored drink and it was amazing even warm.
Final Thought: This turned out to be our family’s favorite Japanese snack box. It’s actually really rare to get a snack box where we like everything in the box. Everything in this box was enjoyed by at least one person in the family. There were several snacks in the box too, which made this box even better. You can check out WOWBOX with this link.
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