30 Days of Candy is a subscription I’ve been eyeing for a while. I resisted for quite a while because that’s a lot of candy for me to eat by myself. Luckily they recently started offering a 15 days of candy box and I signed right up!
If you aren’t familiar with 30 Days of Candy it is a monthly sub box of 15 or 30 individually curated bags of candy. Each bag is around 100 calories so it’s nicely portion controlled. You can also buy a one time gift box if you wish. The boxes are themed but you always start a new subscription with Box 1 which is Around the World in 30 (or 15) Sweets. The 15 day option is $19.95 and the 30 day option is $29.95 plus $5.95 shipping for either option. Let’s see what I got!
Roshen Confections (Ukraine) jelly candy. I tried one of these candy and it was interesting. It’s a gumny exterior but with a jelly center that bursts in your mouth. I didn’t hate it but not sure if it’s a fav.
Mishka Kosolapy (Russia). I can’t for the life of me read the name of this company but the candy name means clumsy bear. These are a milk chocolate almond praline wafer. I tried one of these and it definitely has a stronger cocoa taste. I thought it was delicious!
Perfetti van Melle Avocaat (Netherlands). This candy is a taffy-like candy tasting like eggnog toffee. I did indeed taste like eggnog which I’m not a huge fan of. Not bad and probably really good if you like eggnog.
Mondelēz International Daim (Sweden). I ate these already and they were delicious. They are an almond butter toffee bar covered in milk chocolate. These tasted a lot like Heath bars which are one of my favorite candies.
Fazer Marianne Mints (Finland). These mints come in 2 flavors: peppermint with creamy caramel center (blue) and peppermint with creamy chocolate center (red). Sounds interesting.
Milka bar (Switzerland). These are milk chocolate bars. I think the little cow on the package is pretty cute.
Hi-Chew (Taiwan) I actually already ate all of these and I liked all of them except for the mango flavor. They are similar to Starburst but chewier and have a strong fruit flavor.
Kopiko (Thailand) OK these may be the best candy I’ve ever eaten. These contain coffee, chocolate, caramel, cream and rice. 4 or 5 pieces is equivalent to the caffeine in a cup of coffee. They are strong so I have eaten only about one a day since I got this box. But they are delicious.
Milkita Milkshake Candy (Indonesia). I tried a chocolate flavored one of these candies and it was interesting. I wouldn’t say it tasted like chocolate milk exactly but did have a similar flavoring.
The abc Candy Company White Rabbit (China). These candies have a unique inner wrapper made of rice that is edible. I will admit that I tried one of these and was not a big fan. They tasted kinda weird to me.
Arcor (Argentina). I tried one of these and they were pretty good taffies. Harder than the taffies I’m used to but had a nice flavor.
Columbina Fussione Caramel (Columbia). These candies are unique in that they are hard caramels filled with chocolate. I love caramels but I’m usually used to chocolate filled with caramel not the other way around. These are quite good though.
Licorice Caramels (Norway). These are described as a strong licorice flavor but a caramel at the same time. I do not like black licorice so I gave these to my mom since she does.
Sixlets (Canada). This is a candy I’ve very familiar with since these are quite popular on the US. I really like these little candy coated chocolate candies.
Chupa Chups (Spain). These little suckers are kindof like dumdums. They are pretty good.
The Jelly Bean Factory (Ireland). I don’t like jelly beans but my Dad loves them so I gave them to him.
I’m really impressed with this candy box. Although, the 30 day box is a better value I think the 15 day one is perfect for me so I plan to keep getting it!