Our Subscription Box FOOD Favorites for July 2019!
Our monthly favorites posts have been so popular, we decided to start a monthly post highlighting our favorite edible discoveries from subscription boxes! Here are our favorite meals, snacks, wine, teas, and anything else edible from the past month:
The Item: Plotz Honey Nutters Original
The Cost: Buy 4 Bags for $24.99
From: Fit Snack
Why I love it: I was not super enthusiastic about a lot of items in my food subscriptions this month. Maybe it was just the mood I was in. And this is actually a repeat item from Fit Snack Box. But, these are delicious and I was not sad at all to see them. They are sweet and peanutty and have a great (not sticky) texture. I was quite happy that the largest food item in the box was something I love (but don’t necessarily want to spend $25 just to get more).
Read more reviews by Ragan!
The Item: Yupi Gummy Noodles
The Cost: Entire box is $25
From: Universal Yums
Why I love it: These noodles look like an Indonesian dinner, but taste like a delicious dessert! They were slightly sour while also being sweet- my kids were fighting over them!
Read more reviews by Becca!
The Item: Tropical Chewy Lemonheads
The Cost: Retail Value $0.25 (Buy 24 packs for $9.18 here)
From: Bonjour Jolie
Why I love it: These were a delicious little treat that the whole family enjoyed. They were sort of like jelly beans in texture and the tropical flavors were juicy, fruity and delicious. The whole family enjoyed these and promptly ate them up! I’d definitely buy these if I happened to see them in a store!
Read more reviews by Brandi here!
The Item: 2018 Cocomero Rosé
The Cost: $16.99 (or $14.99 through the subscription)
From: Winc Wine of the Month
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Why I love it: Firstly, this bottle has a scratch and sniff label that smells of candied watermelon. How adorable is that? Between the scent and the lovely watermelon illustrations, I could barely contain my delight. Luckily, this wasn’t one of those wines that had a fun exterior experience and nothing else to back it up. It came through with a light and lovely palette of fruity flavors (raspberry, rhubarb, rose petal, and watermelon, to be precise), plus a dry finish. Plus, it touts a grenache base, and I do love a grenache.
Read more reviews by Savannah here!
What do you think of our yummy favorites for July? What other favorite discoveries would you like us to round up each month?