Bokksu: Citrus Refresh – July 2018 Review

Bokksu: Citrus Refresh – July 2018 Review + Giveaway

Many times throughout the day I see an image, hear a noise or smell something that makes me want to travel and see the world. I want to travel and try the local treats and snack of the the area. When I received the July Bokksu Box with the treats from various regions and areas in Japan, I was able to fulfill part of my wish from home.

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The July 2018 Bokksu Box theme was Citrus Refresh and included the following treats:

Orange Stick Cake – From Osaka Japan this is the Japanese Pound Cake that was light and fluffy, and includes real orange slices on the top.

Rich Orange Biscuits – From Tokyo Japan this is similar to a oreo, but amplified with two chocolate wafers and a center of orange creme.

Low Carb Lemon Cake – From Asaka Japan this is low carb but full on flavor. The best way to describe this is that it is a lemon cake, but airy.

Handmade Yuzu Candy – Made in Kyoto this is a citrus that is sweet and tart, making this a flavorful candy.

Kaibukiage Rice Crackers – Little fried rice crackers from Tokyo these are coated with soy saice and a native citrus from to Okinawa Japan. These are only available in Okinawa and sourced special for Bokksu Box.

Lemon Rusk – Product of Tokyo Japan this is a twice baked baguette that was a mix of citrusy and sweet. It reminded me of multi layered cookies, and these would be good with fruit on top.

Ofu Snijes Crackers & Peanuts – Lemon Salt Flavor – Made in Kyoto, these are a mix of smoked crakcers and peanuts that are salty and sweet with a zesty tang to them.

Olive Oil Senbai Yuzu Pepper – Coming from Tokyo, these are spicy upon first bite, these will  have you wishing you had more.

Satsumarche Yuzu Green Tea – Coming from the Kagoshima Prefecture this is a smootha nd fruity green tea.

Hyugantsu Jelly – This comes from the Aichi Prefecture and is a sweet pod of tangy jelly. The flavor comes from the citrus native fruit, and is a cross between a lemon and pomelo.

Each snack was flavorful, as described and delicious, and allowed me snacks from Japan without leaving the house. If you want a selection of treats each month from Japan, get the subscription to Bokksu Box.

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GIVEAWAY: Bokksu is giving one monthly subscription box to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Classic Bokksu Monthly Subscription Box – This is a $39.00 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on August 31st (8/31/2018) to receive this Bokksu Box! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Bokksu. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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13 thoughts on “Bokksu: Citrus Refresh – July 2018 Review

  1. John Smith

    “What is your favorite international snack?” Hmm…I think I would love to have crates of scotch eggs and mincemeat pies delivered to me!

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  2. Cheryl Chervitz

    I don’t have any favorites. I do like a lot of the brands from Germany that Aldi’s carries.

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  3. Peggy Nunn

    I like Haribo Gummy candies. We had them in Germany before they were sold in the USA.

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  4. Sandy Klocinski

    My favorite international snack is Tyrkisk peber. These are among my favorites of salty little gems that light up the taste buds. Like nothing else I’ve ever had, that’s for sure. I can’t finish the whole candy at once, so it helps to slow down compulsive snacking on sugar.

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