Product Review: Snack Crate

Would you love to travel the world but the money just isn’t there for it? Well, you are like me then. What I have found to be the next best things is SnackCrate.

Every month we get one of these beautiful blue boxes delivered to our house. Usually it is too big to fit in our mailbox and it gets hand delivered by our mailman. We love to try to guess what country will be featured. The snacks are usually half savory and half sweet. Honestly, our favorite is sweet. We have found some of our new favorite ever candies through this subscription box.

My definite favorite so far is this honeycomb candy bar. This is not literal honeycomb but the way the sugar is formed it appears that way. The texture and richness of this candy…wow, I just can’t get enough. This came from our UK box and it has trumped all else so far!

Guess what came in our Australia box? These countries know what they are doing with good candy! Same great candy bar, different name.

Here is what a picture of the content of a box looks like. We have the original with a drink subscription level. Even though it is more expensive with a drink, we have really enjoyed trying the unique ones we have gotten. We have both tried everything even if the flavors were meaty (which I don’t prefer) or sticky candy (which my husband doesn’t prefer). We try everything together and express our opinions. It is a fun little bonding time for us.

Do we share with our kids, ah…NOPE. This is my and daddy’s special treats. You get other stuff! Have you tried an International snack box of some sort? If not, I would recommend it for the fun and the neat ability to try things from all over!

Our Daily Dealings is written by a husband and wife team and some guest authors. We come from very different backgrounds, family, cultural units but we have found a way to make 20 years work. We are so glad you are here and appreciate your support. Thank you for giving us even a few minutes of your time and we would covet your comments! Hope you have a great day!
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