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OrangeGlad Subscription Box Review – February 2016

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OrangeGlad’s Sweet Box is a monthly subscription that sends gourmet goodies from small and artisanal bakeries across the nation.


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The Subscription Box: OrangeGlad Sweet Box

The Cost: $19 per month ($15 per month + $4 shipping)

The Products: 5 deluxe gourmet desserts.

Ships to: US

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OrangeGlad includes a booklet that details the items included in the box and provides information about the month’s featured bakeries.


Each item is featured on its own page alongside ingredient information and a “use by” date.


Hazelnut Crunch Bar by 3400 Phinney Chocolate Factory (2 oz.)- $3.85

OrangeGlad has sent out quite a lot of chocolate bars recently, and I’ve been pretty happy with their picks. This one from 3400 Phinney is made with milk chocolate and crunchy hazelnut bits. I really like hazelnuts, and this bar was delicious!


Rosemary & Sea Salt Shortbread from Two Moon Brooklyn (2.5 oz.)- $5?

Shortbread is another treat that pops up regularly in OrangeGlad boxes; however, I’ve never received such an interesting flavor before! I love snacks that blend sweet and salty flavors together, so this is right up my alley. The rosemary and salt add a deep savory flavor to the shortbread, and they nicely complement its sweetness.


Hard Crack Toffee Cookies (1.65 oz.)- $2.25

Hard Crack cookies have popped up in OrangeGlad boxes before. I remember receiving them fairly recently, but I can’t remember exactly when they were sent. Anyway, I enjoyed them the first time around, so I’m not at all disappointed to see them again.


They’re made with toffee and have a nice balance of sweet and salty. I think they’re delicious on their own, but OrangeGlad mentions that they’re also great with cheese!


Salted Pretzel and Red Velvet Candies from The Poisoned Apples (2 pieces) $4.67

How cute are these two-bite candies?!


OrangeGlad included two different flavors: red velvet and salted pretzel. Each one is a combination of shortbread, caramel, and chocolate. I love that they’re like mini candy bars!


Grand Marnier Caramels from La Petite Occasion– $5?

La Petite Occasion’s Grand Marnier Caramels are made with chocolate and real Grand Marnier.


They’re soft and rich, and I like that both the orange and chocolate flavors come through.

Verdict: This was a pretty solid OrangeGlad Sweet Box! Even though I’ve received them from OrangeGlad before, I’m a big fan of the Hard Crack Cookies. The chocolate bar was delicious, too, and I really enjoyed the Rosemary & Sea Salt Shortbread. According to my estimates, the retail cost of the items comes to just over $20. That exceeds the cost of the box (which isn’t always the case for OrangeGlad), so I’m pleased!

What do you think of this month’s OrangeGlad Sweet Box?

Written by Lindsey Morse

Lindsey Morse

Lindsey is a professional baker by day and a subscription box junkie by night. She first subscribed to Birchbox in 2013 and her addiction grew when she signed up for Graze, PopSugar, and Knoshy. Her favorite part about being a subscription box addict is discovering new products- especially gourmet goodies, beauty products, and kitchen tools!
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  1. I love the shortbread caramels. There are many different flavors available. Have made a separate purchase and had to restrain myself from eating them all in one/two days. The Poisoned Apples have a variety pack at Etsy when I hope to get soon.

  2. If anyone is interested the brand on that chocolate bar is actually Theos. All of the products are super yummy and if anyone is ever in Seattle, you can tour their factory or just go to the factory shop and try all the samples!

    • I was going to say that! Theo a chocolate is the best and they have a great cookbook!

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