You know by now just how much I love my subscription boxes, whether it’s meal boxes, or kawaii boxes, you can never have enough of them to give you the chance to try something a little different or something new to the market.
Before Christmas I was overjoyed to be asked to review a brand new snack box subscription service “World of Snacks” and to be honest, for the money and the fact it’s shipped direct from the UK, it’s worth every penny.
Each month you get a different country themed box of goodies. The month I got to trial was Japan, and being a massive fan of anything and everything Japanese, it was right up my street.
Any chance I get to try Japanese snacks is taken up with massive gratitude because I cannot get enough of the quirkiness that Japanese manufacturers lavish on their purchasers, from sweet kits to pickled seaweed the choice is endless.
So what did we get in this box that was so exciting for me?
Pocky Sticks – Original and Strawberry
DIY Gummy Candy (Make your own sushi)
Giant Caplico (a chocolate filled ice cream wafer)
Hello Panda (strawberry filled cookies)
Soda Soft Centred Chewing Gum Balls
Little Bobdog Cola Candy Sticks
Black Thunder Chocolate Bar
Panda Chocolate Wafer
Matcha Green Tea Kit Kat
Peko and Hello Kitty Lollipops in Matcha Green Tea and Milky flavour
Plum Seasoned Wakame Seaweed
You get a little leaflet in with the box to explain what everything is so you can munch through with abandon knowing exactly what it is you’re devouring.
If you’re interested in all things Japanese, then you might want to take a little look over at Chris Broad’s channel Abroad in Japan, where you can delve into exactly what it’s like to live there, have a laugh and see some of the food challenges that he and his friend Natsuki get up to.
If you’re interested in subscripting to World of Snacks, then pop on over to World of Snacks and sign up for either a one off snack box for £13.99 or a subscription. It’s well worth it if you like something a little different.
Video review coming soon, but as I don’t have much of a voice at the moment, I can’t get behind the mic. Watch this space.