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Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Gourmet Box Review – June 2018

Yummy Bazaar Full Experience box

Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Monthly Gourmet Box is a food subscription box that delivers you snacks, treats, and other food items from all over the world. Each month, you’ll receive 6-8 authentic, full-size items from a handful of different countries. You’re free to skip a month with this subscription if you’re not in the mood. Your subscription also earns you points to use on the Yummy Bazaar site, where you can buy more of the products you really love!

Yummy Bazaar also offers a World Sampler Box (6-8 sample-size or full-size items) for $9.95.

open Yummy Bazaar Full Experience box

This review is for the Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Monthly Gourmet box, which is $35.95 per month (with free shipping to the continental US).

We received this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

contents of June Yummy Bazaar Full Experience box

About Yummy Bazaar Full Experience

The Subscription Box: The Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Monthly Gourmet Box

The Cost: $35.95 per month

The Products: 6-8 full-sized snacks, treats, and other food items from several countries around the world

Ships to: U.S. only. Free shipping to the continental US!

Yummy Bazaar Full Experience June 2018 Review

Yummy Bazaar just moved warehouses, so June shipped out a little late for those who may have noticed. Hopefully, they’ll be back on track this month so we should receive July soon (they normally start shipping around the 15th)!

USA info sheet

I’ll be honest. At first, when I saw that this month was USA I made a sour face. “I live here, that’s not very exciting”, I said to myself. Keep reading, because I will eat those words.

recipe for fiesta dip

The back has a recipe for the included fiesta dip to serve with the also included bagel chips.

list of included items

And of course, they go through each item that’s in the box.

Terrapin Ridge Farms Fiesta Dip Mix 2 puches of Terrapin Ridge Farms Fiesta Dip Mix coming out of box

Terrapin Ridge Farms Fiesta Dip Mix, 1 oz. – Retail Value $4.50

I haven’t gotten a chance to try this dip yet because I need to buy sour cream and mayo, but it comes with 2 packets to make. Each packet contains a spice mix of sea salt, chili pepper, dehydrated onion, paprika, and garlic. Those all sound fantastic to me, so I’m excited to check it out! It says it’s great with potato chips, pita, or….

Spielman Bagels Herb & Salt Bagel Chips back of Spielman Bagels Herb & Salt Bagel Chips Spielman Bagels Herb & Salt Bagel Chips on plate

Spielman Bagels Herb & Salt Bagel Chips, 5 oz. – Retail Value $5.95

…these bagel chips! Truth be told, these are insanely good on their own, but I’ve also dipped them in kalamata hummus. I love bagels, and these chips are the perfect crunchiness and have an amazing flavor. I seriously cannot get enough of them and my only complaint is that my hand gets stuck in the bag.

JB's Best Tequila Infused Salsa back of JB's Best Tequila Infused Salsa

JB’s Best Tequila Infused Salsa in Mango Pineapple, 11 oz. – Retail Value $5.95

Wow- there are so many flavors listed on the front of this jar. Pineapple! Mint! Mango! Tequila! My head is spinning. I can be a little picky about salsa and normally don’t reach for anything with sweet fruit in it, but I took one for the team, dear readers, just for you. While this is sweeter than I normally like, the little kick it has toned it down for me and made me pause. This is quite good! You know who would really love this though? My Dad! I think I’ll be sharing it with him.

Vino de Milo's Balsamic & Olive Oil Salad Dressing back of Vino de Milo's Balsamic & Olive Oil Salad Dressing

Vino de Milo’s Balsamic & Olive Oil Salad Dressing, 12 oz. – Retail Value $5.95

Salads are usually just vehicles for dressing, in my opinion. There were some variations with this item as I could have received a different dressing OR a BBQ sauce from JB’s (who made the salsa above). I’m glad I got what I did because I’d use dressing more than BBQ sauce (I have a bunch from other food sub boxes right now) and I like balsamic in general. Unfortunately, this one seems much too vinegary for my tastes. I kind of can’t even take in any flavors other than the balsamic vinegar used (and it has Chianti wine as well). Ah well, that’s a bummer. Maybe someone else at MSA HQ will like this.

Righteous Felon Chepotle Chipotle Spiced Beef & Pork Stick back of Righteous Felon Chepotle Chipotle Spiced Beef & Pork Stick

Righteous Felon “Chepotle” Chipotle Spiced Beef & Pork Stick, 1 oz. – Retail Value $2.45

My word, this is probably one of the tastiest meat sticks I have ever had. It has a mix of beef and pork and has quite a spicy kick from the habanero included. It also has something that I can’t put my finger on that makes it really scrumptious. Is it celery juice? I love celery. I don’t know what it is, but I am way into it and would eat 10 more.

Jacobsen Salt Co Pure Flake Sea Salt

Jacobsen Salt Co. Hand-Harvested Pure Flake Sea Salt, 4 oz. – Retail Value $9.90

I don’t know what it is about fancy salt, but I love it. This salt is harvested from Netarts Bay in Oregon and I can’t wait to use it in my latest meal kit recipes! The salt itself is made up of nice chunky flakes so it just looks super gourmet sitting with my other spices.

Copper Cow Coffee Pour Over Vietnamese Coffee Kit back of Copper Cow Coffee Pour Over Vietnamese Coffee Kit 5 packets of coffee and condensed milk close up of coffee packet coffee pouch outside of package coffee pouch on mug

Copper Cow Coffee Pour Over Vietnamese Coffee Kit – Retail Value $12.95

Holy heck, this is awesome. I make pour-over coffee at my house already and also happen to love Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk. One may argue “Is this a product of the USA?” well, no. I mean, the company is, but it’s Vietnamese coffee, so… I’m just going to say “who cares” because it’s so good! I normally make my coffee black, but if you’d had it with condensed milk before, you’ll know what a treat it really is. The coolest part about this kit is that it comes with 5 single serve packets of coffee and the condensed milk. That means you can use them while camping or someplace like work where you may not have a whole set up but have access to boiling water. The coffee pouch is genius and I’m really impressed with the design and how well it stays on the mug. Simply cut the pouch open and place it on your mug (as shown above, and pour your hot water through it. I personally like to have the condensed milk in the bottom already, but the directions say to add as much as you’d like to the coffee after. My only complaint is that I wish it made a larger amount. Really tasty though! I used these up in less than a week and would definitely purchase these again.

McVitie's Hobnobs Cookies McVitie's Hobnobs Cookie on plate

Surprise! McVitie’s Hobnobs Cookies – Retail Value $5.58

Just by the name, I can tell these aren’t a product of the USA and are in fact from the UK. That’s ok because they are a little surprise bonus AND happen to be super yummy. These rolled oat cookies or “biscuits” totally taste like peanut butter to me but apparently contain no peanuts. Just rolled oats, whole wheat flour, sugar, palm oil, leavening, and salt. So tasty with a cup of coffee or tea! This is a nice full-size pack that should last me a while.

Verdict: Even though I scoffed at the “USA” theme this month, it ended up being hands down my favorite Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Box to date! Everything in the box this month felt really well-curated and fancy! It’s hard for me to pick a favorite among the coffee, bagel chips, and meat stick, but I liked almost everything in here. The dressing was the only thing I didn’t love and I still need to make the fiesta dip but I have high hopes for it. This month I received 8 full-size gourmet food items for $39.95 that have a retail value of $53.23.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? I don’t think so. You’d most likely get July as your first month, if not August. Best to check with their customer service if you’re curious.

When you first join Destination Food Club, your credit card will be charged at the point of purchase. For your subsequent world gourmet purchases, your credit card will be charged on the 15th of every month if you do not skip or cancel your Destination Food Club membership.

For example, if you join Destination Food Club on 5/1, your credit card will be charged on 5/1 for May world gourmet. If you do not skip or cancel your membership, your credit card will be charged again on 6/15 for your June world gourmet.

If you join Destination Food club on 5/20, your credit card will be charged on 5/20 for June world gourmet. If you do not skip or cancel your membership, your credit card will be charged again on 7/15 for your July world gourmet.

Check out spoilers for all of the Yummy Bazaar boxes here.

Value Breakdown: At $35.95 for this box, here’s what you are paying per item:

  • Dip Mix: $3.04
  • Bagel Chips: $4.02
  • Salsa: $4.02
  • Salad Dressing: $4.02
  • Meat Stick: $1.65
  • Salt: $6.69
  • Coffee: $8.75
  • Cookies: $3.77

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Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a lipstick connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. She loves discovering new clean beauty brands and has quite the collection of beautifully packaged serums and moisturizers.

Posted in Food & Drink Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Yummy Bazaar Destination Food Club Reviews| Tags: yummy bazaar world sampler box | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. I really want to try that coffee now too! Love the whole review, ecspecially because you not only give great details, but also humor (like getting your hand stuck in the bagel chips bag lol)

  2. Oooh! Love Vietnamese coffee. There’s a specialty donut shop whose specialty is a Vietnamese Coffee donut, plus snow-balls. If you ever make it to New Orleans, you’d love it.

    Makes me think of Thai Tea. Something so wonderful about refreshing drinks to balance spice. Just the perfect combination with a meal. I will be buying the product. So glad to know such a thing exists. I’ve got to find out if they make other products, too.

    Great review.

  3. That coffee sounds really neat and I love condensed milk. Will have to buy some to try.

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