Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Universal Yums Halloween Box

For the first time ever, Universal Yums is offering a special Halloween box as a one-time purchase of $39.00! If you have a subscription, you will not get this box it must be ordered separately. For the regular monthly subscription, you can choose from the Yum Box for $15 a month, the Yum Yum Box for $25 a month, or the Super Yum Box for $39 a month. It takes us to 6 different countries including Greece, Italy, Ukraine, Thailand, Spain, and Colombia.  I received 6 different types of candy for a total of 300 pieces. This box was designed with trick-or-treating or parties in mind, as you can see by the box layout. 

From Greece Serenata Mini Wafers I got 2 large bags of these the milk chocolate and a wafer with extra chocolate drizzle on top.
From Italy Choco Boom! These are round covered in milk chocolate the first layer and inside white chocolate with strawberry pop rocks which are to honor the town of Nemi, Italy’s famous strawberry hub. The berries grown here are anything but ordinary they’re volcanic!
From Ukraine Milky Splash Toffee these are creamy, soft and milky flavored. They were made as the country is huge in farming milk and eggs do not last through the long winters so locals developed a recipe to preserve the extra milk.
From Thailand Pineapple Salt Hard Candy with a cute heart shape the people of Thailand love pineapple and if you buy a pineapple from a vendor, you will get a package of salt to sprinkle on top.
From Spain Orange Chocolate Toffee It is a chocolaty goodness of the American classic… plus one unique Spanish twist orange!
From Columbia Sour Grape Chews Oka Loka a UFO exotic planet there are round-shaped and started out chewy and sweet, but as it softened, it suddenly became insanely sour.
My Opinion: This was a great Halloween box and I loved the Serenata they reminded me of a Kit Kat, Milky Splash was nice and soft for a toffee candy. The Choco Boom! was yummy as well with the pop of strawberry pop rocks inside. The orange toffee is quite chewy. I was pleasantly surprised by the Pineapple Salt candy. I did not care for the Oka Loka the chew start turned me off.

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