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Yummy Bazaar Destination Food Club Subscription Box Review: Full Experience Box + Coupon – July 2016

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Yummy Bazaar’s Destination Food Club sends authentic and delicious foods from around the world.


There are two different subscription boxes available from Yummy Bazaar. For those looking to sample international products, there’s the Sampler Box, which is $9.95 per month and includes 6-8 sample-sized products from around the world. The Full Experience Box, on the other hand, is $35.95 per month and includes 6-8 full-sized products from a single country.

This is a review of the Full Experience Box. You can check out reviews of the sampler box here.


This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Yummy Bazaar’s Destination Food Club Full Experience Box

The Cost: $35.95

COUPON: Save 10% off when you sign up for their newsletter. No coupon need!

The Products: 6-8 full-sized products from a different country each month.

Ships to: US

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This month’s items are all from the U.S.A!


Yummy Bazaar includes an information booklet with every box that contains a breakdown of the items in the box.


There are also recipes that incorporate the items included.


Organic Buttermilk Pancake Mix by Hidden Springs Maple (24 oz.)- $5.95

I usually make pancakes from scratch, but it’s nice to have pancake mix on hand in case I run out of flour or baking soda. This mix requires only water, oil, and an egg.


Pecan Praline Topping Syrup by The Great San Saba River Pecan Co. (12 oz.)- $9.95

When it comes to toppings for my pancakes, I’m pretty traditional. Real maple syrup is my favorite, but I do enjoy switching things up from time to time and trying new syrups and sauces. This award-winning praline syrup from The Great San Saba River Pecan Co. can be used on pancakes, waffles, and ice cream.


I like that this syrup has pieces of pecan in it, but I’m not too crazy about the flavor. To me, it has an artificial flavor I associate with imitation maple syrup.


Pecan Honey Mustard by Terrapin Ridge Farms (10.5 oz.)- $6.15

This item, on the other hand, is a big winner in my book! I first sampled this mustard last winter, when it was included in POPSUGAR’s November Must Have Box, and I’ve been a fan ever since. It’s delicious on sandwiches, and it also makes a fantastic pretzel dip.


Sweet and Spicy BBQ Sauce by Bone Doctors’ (6.8 oz.)- $5.95

I’ve been doing a lot of grilling this summer, so this BBQ is a welcome addition to my sauce collection! It has a fruit and honey sweetness that’s balanced by a blend of peppers and spices. I haven’t tried cooking with it yet (I’ve just dipped a spoon in to taste it), but I really like the flavor.


Rosemary Garlic Popcorn Seasoning by Fresh Ideas (2.8 oz.)- $4.95

Popcorn is one of my favorite snacks, and I’m always looking for ways to punch up its flavor. (Truffle salt is my favorite!) This rosemary garlic seasoning is natural, non-GMO, and really tasty.


Natural Almond Butter by Cape May Peanut Butter Co. (16 oz.)- $12.50

This peanut butter has a great consistency. It falls into that sweet spot that’s not quite crunchy but not quite smooth either. The best of both worlds! It’s a little under seasoned for my taste (I like my peanut butter to be a little sweet and a little salty), but I still like it.


Organic Dried Pineapple by Tropical Calley Foods (6 oz.)- $6.95

With no added colors, artificial flavors, preservatives, or additives, I can feel good about eating these organic dried pineapples.


I’ll be honest, flavor-wise I think I prefer sugary, sulfured dried pineapples, but these are much healthier and still very yummy.


Clam Dip Kit by Blue Crab Bay Company (6.75 oz.)- $6.99

I’ve purchased tinned clams from the Blue Crab Bay Co. before, and I’ve always been pleased with the quality. I think it’s fun that Yummy Bazaar included a Clam Dip Kit in this box— it’s certainly the type of item that doesn’t pop up very often in subscription boxes! I haven’t had a chance to make the dip yet, but I’m looking forward to giving it a try the next time I have company over.

Verdict: As always, I really enjoyed this box from Yummy Bazaar’s Destination Food Club. It’s one of my favorite subscriptions, and I’m always so impressed by the diverse selection of food they send. This is the first box from Yummy Bazaar that’s had a focus on American products, so it’s a bit of a departure from the more exotic foods I’ve come to expect. Still, I enjoyed the curation. Altogether, the retail price of the items in this box totals approximately $60. That’s fantastic!

Have you tried Yummy Bazaar’s Destination Food Club? What do you think of this month’s 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!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Great assortment, full size items, seems like lots of fun this month. I have tried this in the past and will again in the future when I switch my subscriptions around. Nice customer service and good curation. As always, appreciate that Lindsey tries the products so we can get an first hand review!

  2. That syrup definitely is more of a dessert syrup than something you’d want to eat with breakfast. However, I used it and the pancake mix to throw together some pancake cupcake/muffins with the fam (using the pancake mix, the syrup, milk, and eggs) and it really tempered the sweetness while still letting you taste the praline flavor.

  3. I love seeing Cape May Peanut Butter Co in this box! I was just in Cape May and had the pleasure of going to their store. If you are ever in Cape May, definitely stop by. You can sample all of their peanut butters and they make baked goods with their peanut butters that are delicious. They are very generous with giving out samples of those as well.

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