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Project Candy Box Subscription Box – November 2016 Review

Project Candy Box is a Canadian candy subscription box delivering an incredible candy and chocolate experience each month. Each box has an assortment of at least 10 different full sized items, together creating a fun theme. You will discover new, classic, local and international candies and chocolates. This month Project Candy Box is celebrating their 2nd Anniversary!

Cost: $27.00 (12 month subscription)

$28.00 (6 month subscription)

$29.00 (3 month subscription)

$30.00 per single month

Shipping: Canada – $4.95

Coupon Code: Use promo code SUBBOXDOTCA to save 10% on a subscription for 1, 3, 6 or 12 months!

 

(This box was sent to SubscriptionBoxes.ca for review purposes, please contact us if you’d like us to review your box)

I love candy… so this box is perfect for me! My family is lucky if they get a few samples. 🙂

I am not sure what the theme of this box is, but my guess would be “randoms“ and how perfect it is that the first candy out of the box I sampled was the Randoms.

When my box arrived I literally was like a kid in a candy store (no pun intended)! The box was very simple and eye catching. I could hardly wait to sample each one but first I had take all my review photos. Life is rough…work before candy (and fighting off the kids who are eyeing up the treats).

 

Each month Project Candy Box sends out an information card describing what the box is all about. Unlike most subscription boxes they have opted to include a blog link for you to learn more about the items you received in this months box.

They also include an amazing incentive to help spread the word about Project Candy Box on social media. To be enter to win a free box next month all you need to do is upload a photo of your unboxing moment #projectcandybox and tag Project Candy Box.

Good Luck!

 

 

Lot 100 Lychee Gummies – Malaysia

A soft, squishy, individually wrapped lychee flavoured candy. I am assuming that is the flavour, I have never tried lychee before. It is a unique textured candy and the colouring is not as pink as the photo shows. These will be great to share at a later date with our family and friends, maybe they will love them.

Cadbury, Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations – Jelly Popping Candy – UK

Small jelly beans and popping candy baked into a creamy milk chocolate bar. This chocolate bar sounds like so much fun! This is nothing like I have every had before and I am looking forward to sampling it.

 

 

Frazzles Crispy Bacon Crisps – UK

A salty and smoky bacon flavoured crispy corn snack. These almost resemble a chip that looks like bacon. My bacon loving husband was very excited about these, but he did complained they were extremely salty even after only a few. My daughters loved them!

Revels – UK

A random mixture of orange cream, coffee cream, caramel, chocolate raisins, chocolate buttons and Maltesers. You never know what you are going to get! This sounds like a fun candy game… I hope I get the caramel or raisins! 🙂

 

 

Wonka Randoms – UK

An endless variety of shapes. No two bags are alike. There are three different types of candies: normal transparent gummies, transparent gummies with white foamy backs, and gooey filled gummies with white foamy backs. Gummies are my favorite and I ate all of these first. My daughters loved picking their favorite fun shapes out of the bag.

Sweet Tarts Soft and Chewy Rope

Chewy licorice ropes filled with a creamy cherry punch. These are amazing, I am sad that there is only 4 of them.

 

 

Jolly Rancher Mango Crayon

A very powerful and and sweet mango flavoured candy with a grainy, gooey texture. As I was writing my review I just had to try this candy! I could not imagine what a grainy gooey texture was, but I must say, it was delicious and very flavourful!

Mike and Ike Zours

Chewy, sour fruit flavoured candies. Flavours include sour lemon, sour green apple, sour watermelon, sour blue raspberry and sour cherry. I was imagining these to be super sour but was pleasantly surprised with a mild sour flavour. All the flavours tasted so good!

 

 

Toronto Blue Jays Chewy Candy Laces – Canada

Sweet and sour strawberry laces. A small strip of sugar coated candy. I am proud to see a Canadian baseball teams candy make the candy box this month!

Rad Pack Gum

Radical bubble gum balls in five extreme flavours: super sour, mouth mess, foaming flavor, ball of fire, extreme cool. I remember having something similar to these when I was younger and more daring. My daughter saw them and wanted the red one (ball of fire)…um… no (this coming from a girl who doesn’t like anything hot and spicy)! This would also be a great game to play with friends…you never know which flavour you are going to get! Hehe!

 

 

Verdict: Who wouldn’t want to get candy delivered monthly to your door?! This is the first time I have tried a Project Candy Box and I loved it! If you are a candy lover, this box is for you! The variety in the box is amazing… many different tastes and textures for whatever candy mood you are in. This box gives you a wonderful sampling of many fun, and some crazy, candies from Canada and around the world. It brings me back my youth and some of the great candies I use to have, Jolly Rancher Crayon and Radical Bubblegum. My only problem with the candy box is that I have a hard time pacing myself and I want to eat them all!

What was your favorite candy in this months Project Candy Box?

xo

 

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