4 November 2015

Japan Candy Box Giveaway - ended


Dear readers,

I'm giving y'all (worldwide) the chance to win a super sweet and tasty Japan Candy Box.

I already posted an unboxing of this monthly subscription service in September and I loved it so much that I contacted the brand and told them so. They were kind enough to offer a free box to give away to one of my readers, that could be you! The only thing you need to do is enter the Rafflecopter widget below.
October Japan Candy Box content
The box retails for 19.90$ and includes shipping costs anywhere in the world. It takes a while for it to be delivered, though. I'm used to purchasing goods in Asia so I don't mind waiting up to 3 weeks for a package to arrive but this time it took a whole month. You can also get a yearly subscription which will bring down the price to 18.20$ per month, that means that you will be getting one free box. You can also repurchase your favourite candy from Blippo's website.
October Japan Candy Box content list
These are the contents of the September Japan Candy BoxI'm following the info card that comes in the box.
Coris Gum Gum Chewing Gum
Coris Gum Gum Chewing gum: It contains two rolls of sour soda flavoured chewing gum, I love sour candy but the taste doesn't linger for too long.
Fujiya Anpanman Lollipop
Fujiya Anpanman Lollipop: This lollipop is orange flavoured but I'd say it tastes more like orange peel, very nice though.
Hi-Chew Pineapple Chewy Candy
Hi-Chew Pineapple Chewy Candy: This has a very straightforward descriptive name so it's just a plain chewy candy with a strong pineapple flavour although the consistency of the candy is indeed very chewy and unlike anything I've tried before.
Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Animal Candy Land DIY Kit
Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Animal Candy Land DIY kit: This is the funnest idea ever. You get enough maleable candy to be able to recreate 3 animal figures: a panda bear, a parrot, a giraffe and some balloons. You also get a plastic container in which to mix and create different colour combinations by adding water to the yellow, blue and red powders provided. Then, you can paint the animals before eating the soda flavoured candy. 
Meiji Watapachi Melon Popping Candy Floss
Meiji Watapachi Melon Popping Candy floss: This is a weird sweet sour flavoured candy floss with fizzy pop rocks. This must be my favourite of the bunch, absolutely delicious and, at the same time, very fun to eat.
Bourbon Fettucine Cola Gummies
Bourbon Fettucine Cola gummies: Strong sour cola flavoured gummies, I love these. 
Meiji Apollo Strawberry Chocolates
Meiji Apollo Strawberry Chocolates: Milk chocolate topped with strawberry flavoured white chocolate.
Poop Shaped Lollipop
Poop Shaped lollipop: Sweet strawberry flavoured lollipop.
Morinaga Ramune Candy Soda Balls
Morinaga Ramune Candy Soda balls: They have a faint citrus flavour and take a while to melt, if you don't bite them, that is.

This is your chance to win this sweet little box of goodies and enjoy them on your own or share them with your loved ones. It would make a perfect gift for anyone, not just for children. The hubby turned 48 last September and he was delighted with this box.

Disclaimer and rules:
- The box was sent to me for review but the opinions expressed here are my own.
- The giveaway is open to anyone over 18. 
- If you are a minor ask for your parents' permission before entering.
- The winner will be selected and contacted by Japan Candy Box.
- If the winner doesn't contact within 24 hours a new winner will be selected.
- This is NOT a sponsored post.
- NO affiliate links were used.

Good luck to anyone who enters!


a Rafflecopter giveaway