Candy German March 2016 Review
Disclosure: This box was received free for review.
Candy German is â‚¬29.00/month, which is around $31.28 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.
Cost: â‚¬29.00 Euros (Around $31.28).
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 your account.
Candy German ships right from Germany!
First Look. I could tell there was an Easter theme with this box. Note, I normally try all the snacks for my review, but Easter is in a few days, so these are going to be treats for my family.
Friedel Fondant Zauber These look so good. These are fondant rings, covered in dark chocolate with candy eggs on top.
Lambertz Waffeleier mit zwei kÃ¶stlichen CremefÃ¼llungen These are wafer eggs with half vanilla cream, and half chocolate cream. Some subscribers received the dark chocolate covered eggs instead of wafer eggs. I really want to open these right now, but I would end up eating the whole bag.
Riegelein Confiserie OstertÃ¼te It’s common to get a chocolate bunny, but getting a German chocolate bunny is extra special. Inside the bag is a big Easter bunny, small bunny and two eggs, all made of milk chocolate.
Here is a look at the treats outside the bag.
Choceur 4 Schoko Eier + LÃ¶ffel Ã la Mousse au Chocolat This crate is filled with four wrapped chocolate eggs filled with chocolate mouse. You crack the egg then use a spoon (included) to eat the mouse.
Rum-Traube Edelmarzipan This egg contains actual alcohol. The chocolate egg is filled with marzipan paste with a grape center which is mixed with Jamaican rum. Other subscribers received a similar egg with a pineapple center.
Lindt Eule Lidt is a Swiss company, but since it’s made also in Germany, it was included in the box. This owl is made of creamy chocolate and is almost too cute to eat.
Friedel BlÃ¤tterkrokant This is brittle hazelnuts crunch surrounded by creamy milk chocolate. I love hazelnuts, so these are going to be mine.
Osterzauber EierlikÃ¶r Eier These are dark chocolate eggs filled with an egg liquor. These will be just for my husband
Final Thought: I can’t wait to eat and share the treats in this month’s Candy German box. I love receiving this box, because all the candy is so tasty. If you love chocolate, this is a great box to try. You can try Candy German with this link and try all the great things Candy German sends every month.
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