Yum Yum Candy Review - March 2017 - Canadian Candy Subscription Box

This box was provided complimentary for review.

What is it? Yum Yum Candy  
How Much?Starts at $19.99 for I-Joy and $33.99 for We-Joy. Shipping $4.99 per box. Prices in Canadian dollars.
What’s in it?  Carefully selected full size candy assortment from around the world

YumYum Candy is a new Canadian subscription box that sends a monthly assortment of candies from around the world. There's flavours to satisfy each of your taste buds. Items will be unique, nostalgic, hard-to-find, or ridiculously yummy. The I-Joy box contains 7-10 full size items and the We-Joy box, meant for sharing, contains 12-15 full size items.

Yum Yum Candy subscriptions are unique in that they only recur for as long as you want them to. You can choose a 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month subscription. Pay for the box monthly. It only auto-renews for the length of your term. If you wish to cancel earlier, just e-mail Yum Yum before the 25th of the month. Boxes ship via Canada Post between the 20th and 25th of each month. 

This is a review for the We-Joy box. 

First look!

Product Card

Cadbury Curly Wurly - from UK
This chewy chocolate & caramel treat reminded me of a Charleston Chew.

Ferrara Candy Co Now & Later Chews - from USA
These chews start hard but become soft and chewy. I wasn't a fan.

Mentos Licorice Mint - from Holland
Mint and licorice is a surprising but tasty combination!

Chupa Chups Big Babol Apple Gum - from Holland
This gum was tasty but the flavour didn't last very long.

Hi-Chew Bites in Mango & Orange - from Japan
I like Hi-Chews and these bites were very tasty.
Wonka Chewy Spree from USA
These bright, fruit flavoured candies were strange. They have a hard coating but are chewy.

Abba Zabba - from USA
This is a peanut butter taffy treat with a creamy centre.

Jones Carbonated Candy in Crushed Melon - from Canada
This unique candy fizzes in your mouth. 

Tootsie Crows - from USA
 These licorice gum drops are very good and I don't normally like licorice.
Lotte Koala March in Strawberry - from Thailand
This little koala stamped biscuits have a creamy strawberry centre. Each one has a different design.

Revels - from UK
I received these in a box before and I love them. They are milk chocolate pieces with assorted centres. There's orange cream, coffee cream, caramel, raisin, buttons, and Maltesers.

Sky Bar - from USA
This bar has separate sections with chocolate fudge, peanut, vanilla, and caramel.

Nestle Walnut Whip - from UK
This is a whirl shaped cone of milk chocolate with a vanilla fondant filling and crunchy walnut topping. See a picture of it below.

De La Rosa Peanut Candy Marzipan - from Mexico
This version of marzipan is made with peanuts instead of almonds.

Walnut Whip!

The March box from Yum Yum Candy included 14 items. I can't put a retail value on this one, but based on the subscription cost, it works out to $2.64 per item. There's lots of variety and some interesting and tasty items from around the world.

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Disclaimer: Box information is correct as of posting date. As prices and terms are subject to change, please be sure to read the FAQ of this company before signing up.

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