Bocandy International June 2016 Review + Coupon
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Bocandy is a subscription service that features candy and snacks from all over the world. They recently added some new boxes, so there are even more boxes to choose from.The International Bocandy box is $15.00 month to month and is filled with 6 – 9 candies and snacks. For a bit more, there is the Big Snack Box, for $21.00, which has hard-to-find imported and specialty candies, snacks, and beverages (beverages are not ever month). The International The Asian snack box comes with $30.00 of treats for $21.00 from Japan, South Korea, and other Asian countries. The biggest box is Premium box for $40.00, which has over 20 international and domestic snacks. Finally, there is a Quarterly Chocolate Box for $40.00, which has 10 premium chocolate bars. I received the International Snack Box for review.
Cost; All of these boxes offer discounts for longer subscriptions
- The International Bocandy Box $15.00/month to month.
- Big Snack Box, $21.00/month.
- The Asian snack Box $21.00/month
- Premium box $40.00/month
- Quarterly Chocolate Box $40.00/month
What’s in the box.
- The International Bocandy Box Boxes are filled with 6-9 or 3-4 candies and snacks, depending on which plan you choose.
- Big Snack Box, hard-to-find imported and specialty candies, snacks, and beverages (beverages are not ever month).
- The Asian snack Box $30.00 worth of candies from Japan, South Korea, and other Asian countries
- Premium box Over 20 international and domestic snacks.
- Quarterly Chocolate Box 10 premium chocolate bars from all over the world.
Bocandy ships in a little red and white striped box.
Goralki Wafers (Poland) These layers of wafers are flavored with chocolate and coconut. I have had this before but the non-coconut version and it was really good.
Stobi Flips (Macedonia) These puffed snacks have a salty peanut taste. The texture is similar to a Cheeto and the peanut taste is pretty natural tasty. These were really good and I loved them.
Dutch Bakery Windmill Cookie (Holland) These cookies are similar to a ginger snap but a bit milder. These tasted great crumbled over some vanilla ice cream.
Chocolate Chip Smart Energy Cookie This has the equivalent of one energy shot. The cookie was super soft, with huge chunks of chocolate chips.
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Ki Ki Fruit Candies (Croatia) These chewy, fruity candies taste very similar to Starburst. I have thrown some in my purse for some extra snacking.
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