Something Snacks consists of something familiar and something adventurous; something for everyone. Every month they try to incorporate something sweet, something salty, something alternative or healthy, and something international, along with other miscellaneous snacks.
I was so excited to have the opportunity to review Something Snacks! I love trying new things, and I was especially excited to try an international snack, as I don't get that chance very often.
Here is an image of everything that I found inside the April 2015 box:
Let's start with my favorite thing from the box...
Rusty's Homemade Island Chips: These were so delicious! By far my favorite snack in the box.
Now on to the rest of the box:
Brownie Brittle - Toffee Crunch flavor: Yum! I have tried Brownie Brittle before, but never the Toffee Crunch flavor. I really liked it!
Corso's Seasonal Decorated Shortbread Cookie: Mine arrived a little broken, but it still tasted great! I had a little nibble, then gave the rest to my son. He loved it!
Strawberry Daifuku Mochi: Probably my least favorite item in the box. It is gummy type candy, and gummies aren't really my thing.
East Shore Cajun Pretzels: These were great! They were pretzels with a little kick... What's not to like?
Fabz Fava Beans with Sea Salt: I was surprised by how much I liked these. They were really good! A little salty - not too much, just enough. These made a perfect mid afternoon snack!
Gourmet Popcorn Creations Strawberry Cheesecake Glaze: This was not my favorite either. I love popcorn, but usually not sweet flavored, so I was not surprised that I didn't like it. I guess I am more of a salty kind of girl!
Something Snacks subscription boxes are $10 per month (+ $3 S&H). I think this box is a great value!! There is no way that you could get this variety of snacks for such a small price elsewhere.
I would definitely recommend Something Snacks to any snack lover like myself! Check them out!
I did not receive compensation for this post. I was provided the product mentioned above to facilitate the review. All opinions are 100% my own.