My Treatsie box arrived in my mailbox today after work! It shipped super fast (3 days) and I was excited to open it up after dinner. If you like what you see and want to subscribe to Treatsie, use my link here and the code FRBUCO01 to get either double the sweets in your first box or $10 off!
This box shipped via USPS and got here in just 3 days. It is small enough to fit into my mailbox, which was good because my mailbox is shaded (obviously). Watch my Youtube unboxing and tasting HERE!
Stonewell Toffee Trail Mix
Stonewell Toffee Trail Mix (melted!)
Stonewell Candy – Trail Mix Tennessee Toffee (2.5 ounces) – $7
This was good, but as you can see, everything melted into one blob. I’m not sure what it’s actually supposed to look like. Treatsie has a promise that if something arrives melted, they will do something about it (I’m not sure what yet). I’ve contacted them and I’ll let you know what they say! The flavors were nicely balanced. I could taste the toffee, cherries, and nuts in the bite I took. It was very sweet.
Wackym’s Kitchen cookies
Wackym’s Kitchen– Cookies in Salted Caramel and Margarita (8 cookies in each package) – $4.50 each
These are crunchy cookies. I only tasted the salted caramel ones so far. I do like them, but they are pretty strongly caramel, almost to the point of being slightly bitter. I do taste the salty notes (which I enjoy), but I think these could be sweeter. The margarita ones are supposed to have lime and sea salt as their main flavors.
Anya’s Licorice– Licorice sticks in Mango, Strawberry, and Cherry – $2 each
This is gourmet licorice! I’m not sure if it’s because these were slightly soft from the hot weather or that’s how they are, but these sticks are a lot less hard/chewy than the licorice I’m used to eating (ahem.. Twizzlers). These are all natural and have no artificial ingredients (win!). I’m excited about these because I haven’t had licorice much at all since I stopped eating most artificial ingredients. The strawberry one I tasted had a light strawberry flavor. These remind me of a thicker fruit strip. Yum! These are my favorite thing in the box.
Treatsie July 2015
The total value of this box is $22, which is just over the cost of the box. These values seem reasonable and true to me and what you’d expect to pay if you walked into these small artisan shops to buy treats. This box seems like a splurge box to me (and maybe not one I’d get every month), but it’d be a great gift for someone or for you to enjoy for a few months. I’m excited to see what they send in the winter (chocolate….) when everything won’t melt
More about Treatsie: $19.95/month; $56.85/4 months; $203/12 months. Treatsie sends gourmet sweets from 3 different vendors each month. Coupon: Click here and use the code FRBUCO01 to get DOUBLE the sweets in your first box OR $10 OFF your first box..
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