Okay, so I am mega behind with my online blogging life, what with Christmas, the New Year and
everything else that goes on in my life behind the scene in the real world…. so much happening I
cannot even begin to explain.
I feel like I am working 24/7 and hardly sleep. It is all for the best
though, not going to get anywhere in life for myself and my family sitting still. Just working hard
for where I want to be. Thank you to all who are sticking by me & understanding!
That being said, blogging still is and always will be a huge passion of mine, however sometimes
other things in life are just more important and need my attention, so forgive me. I am going to get
caught up as much as I can as soon as I can when I find the time… like now usually late into the night.
Visit the Japan Candy Box Website!
So who has heard of the Japan Candy Box? A few months ago I stumbled across their
Instagram page and the rest is history! The company kindly agreed to send me their October
box to review and just look how generously jam packed it is!!
There are ten different, very
cutely packaged delicious unique yumminess just screaming to be devoured immediately!
You can sign up
to receive your own Japan Candy Box for just $19.90 per month and they ship
for FREE world wide! You also go into the draw to win over $100 worth of goodies in the
Japan Box Megabox raffle! #winning
LOTTE KOALA MARCH BISCUITS
How cute are these little guys!? Oh my gosh, crisp cookies with gooey strawberry centre
and an array of printed Koala’s on each of them? Uh YASS! 🙂
TAKEDA TAMAGO BORO EGG COOKIES
These were a little plain in terms of flavour and a little dry. I found myself needing to guzzle a
huge glass of water afterwards, however I did not eat them all. My Mr 2yrs was more than happy to
share them with me.
PUCCHO AWAWAWA BALL CANDY
These grape flavoured candy balls were SOUR to the max! Lots of fun to eat and once the sour outer
layer was dissolved there was a hard sweet layer and finally a small chewy bit at the end.
MEIJI JUICE GUMMIES
These were much the same as any regular soft gummy lolly, however not as in your face sweet
as say your typical ‘Allens’ here in Australia. Very pleasant to eat, I feel like as I get older I can’t
seem to enjoy the super sweet gummies as I used to. They are just too much for me now in terms
BOURBON PETIT WHITE CHOCOLATE STUFFED COOKIES
These were delicious! So so yummy, probably one of if not the favourite item in the whole box!
Equivalant to the size of a 10c (AU) with a soft creamy icing middle. These tasted so light and
crisp in your mouth. I recon I could easily eat about five of these packets in one sitting. 0_o
POCKY PANDA COOKIE STICKS
These instantly reminded me of the ‘Hello Panda’ packs you can get here in Australia from Coles and
a few other other places. I am unsure of the exact flavour here. It looks and tasted like it might be
cookies and cream. It was amazing! Cleverly portion controlled, probably for the better as I doubt
I would be able to stop myself eating these if I had more packets laying around.
MEIJI MINI CANDY PACK
No, these are not mini jelly beans. Yeah they fooled me too because they look exactly just like them!
These are more like a softer more gummy like version of a jelly bean. Again not as powerful in
sweetness and flavour. But honestly, I prefer them this way.
PUCCHO MANGO CHEWY CANDY
We all love mango in our house. Anything mango flavoured never lasts more than a day and neither
did these, sadly. Chewy and soft at the same time. These were completely drool worthy! Not too
sweet, but full of incredible flavour!
CORIS STRAWBERRY WHISTLE CANDY
I am still unsure as to the point of the extra little box with the plastic toy inside when I came to this
item. The Whistle Candy came in a pack with eight baby pink hard donut shaped lollies. Easy to
chew, the consistency of them crumbled and became quite soft as you chewed them, rather than being
super hard or crunchy. Oh and yes they do make a very loud whistle sound when you hold them in
your mouth and breathe or blow through the little hole in the centre.
KRACIE POPIN’ COOKIN’ DIY TAKOYAKI SET
Confirming my suspicion in my unboxing video, these are in fact one of those mini baking sets you
can purchase here in Australia from the toy section of selected stores. I have seen them in Myer and
K-Mart. You can choose from a selection from cup cakes to french fries! It is amazing technology!
I am not sure how good these would taste, but I know my kids will definitely have a ball making them
and that is enough for me. 🙂
Is your mouth watering yet? Drooling all over your keyboard?
I don’t blame you! Sign up for your box here!
*This box was kindly sent to me for consideration/review
*All photographs & opinions are all 100% honest & all my own