Subscription Box: Taste for Sweets

Taste for Sweets might be the most random subscription box I have ever received. I found it on my subscription addiction (if you are a subscription box fan and haven’t check that site out, go look. Don’t even bother finish reading this post). It is touted as a “monthly deliveries of curated snacks and delicious cultural treats from various countries around the world” and it does not disappoint.

Taste for Sweets Monthly Subscription Box

I signed up for the Taste for Sweets monthly subscription box on a bit of a whim, I had just missed the deadline for the May box and to be quite honest, I had completely forgotten about the box until it showed up on my doorstep. I would list what is in the box, but I haven’t the foggiest idea what this stuff is. I am not even sure how to make the letters for some of it with my keyboard.

Your guess is as good as mine.

The June Taste for Sweets box contains all candy and looks to be about 90% chocolate. There was a blueberry? blackberry? some sort of berry filled candy that was delicious and some sort of hazelnut chocolate thing that was ok. That is all I have tried so far.

Taste for Sweets Monthly Box

A monthly subscription is $16 (with free shipping) which is a pretty good price as far as food subscription boxes go. And getting a mystery box is pretty fun. I wouldn’t recommend it for people who must know what they are eating before they put it in their mouth (unless said person is very multi lingual or willing to do some research) and it might be frustrating to fall in love with a candy that you maybe couldn’t buy again. All and all, I would say it is an excellent box for an adventurous candy/chocolate fan. I can also see it as a really fun gift. (Gift boxes are $17 and also have free shipping.)

Disclosure: this is not a sponsored review and does not contain affiliate links.

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