Boxwalla Food Subscription Box | Review | February 2016

*product was received free for review

The Boxwalla Subscription Box is a bi-monthly subscription that sends you one (or however many you’d like to subscribe to) of their four handpicked boxes. The choices are food, beauty, book, and film. Today’s review is of the February Food Box. Subscriptions are $49.95 
The cutoff to reserve your April Boxwalla Subscription is March 15

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Here’s the Box Breakdown
Our first glimpse inside the month’s Boxwalla Food Box
Everything that we received in our “Sweetest Things” themed February Food Box… we were so pumped to try all of these goodies!

So what is all this stuff?

Lick My Spoon Fudge Sauce
Lick My Spoon is a Good Food awards Winner, so you can guess this stuff is pretty incredible. 
We love the package. That ribbon adds such interest to the jar!
Handmade in small batches to ensure the absolute best quality, this sauce is great on ice cream, in drinks, as a dipping sauce for fruit or even between layers of cake… what a great way to start off a “Sweetest Things” Box! 
Lick My Spoon Torrone
From the same makers as the fudge sauce this was a sneak peak that was released on Instagram and we were excited for this! Torrone is amazing and this particular variety was no exception!
This old world treat is packaged much like it’s sister product above, with care and with excellent attention to aesthetics!
This was AMAZING! The nuts were delicious and the nougat was the exact right consistency. The most incredible part was the notes of citrus in this. It came through just perfectly to give us a enlivening and rich aftertaste
Ethereal Confections Inclusion
This bar is a dark chocolate lovers’ dream! With an outside stippled in strawberries, rose petals and pink peppercorns every flavor draws on the rich semisweet flavors of the dark chocolate
The bar itself is a showstopper. So gorgeous and the colors… ah they take our breath away.
The flavors together are incredible. The peppercorns come through at the end to finish off this decadent chocolate
Ethereal Confections Meltaway Bar
We aren’t really foodies, so we couldn’t tell you the exact difference between the two chocolate bars that we received from Ethereal Confections. We do know that the outside of the first was coated in flavors whereas this one had more flavor contained inside. So if we had to guess – that’s the difference
A Good Food Finalist this chocolate is flavored with Blood Orange olive oil and has a Vanilla Bean (made with balsamic vinegar) Creamy Center. 
It doesn’t look like there’s going to be boatloads of flavor but there most certainly is!

Coop’s Salted Caramel Sauce
We love caramel so this was an absolute delight to receive. The lid is so unique and cool we couldn’t wait to try this out!
Beyond being free of all GMO’s, gluten and corn syrup this caramel sauce is handmade… and it has initials to prove it
This is ooey gooey and scrumptious. We put it as a topping for apples but would be perfect on ice cream or in coffee – really whatever you’d like!

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Boxwalla Food Box sent us an amazing selection of sweets and confections. We loved all of them and found a couple brands that we’ll definitely be keeping our eye out for in the future. Quality was amazing. Every item in this box is made by a small business who puts attention and love into the items that they make. Curation was wonderful,Calling this Valentine’s box”Sweetest Things” couldn’t be any more appropriate when describing a box such as this. Presentation was also a win as it always seems to be with this box. It’s consistently simple and pretty and we appreciate that.
This box is a great idea as a gift for the foodie in your life, we are amazed at the selection of items that they’ve put together for us! We definitely think that food lovers would not only enjoy this box but they’ll also gain some great brand awareness.

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