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Bo Candy Review







Bo candy is a subscription box or bag since that’s what you’ll receive. This is a candy subscription that lets you try international candies. I’m a candy lover so this caught my attention.  You choose how many months you want the subscription 4, 6, 8. While I like the idea of Bo candy what I got to try in January wasn’t worth the price to me. Plus I already tried half the candy in it. My Bo candy came in the mail with some unwrapped so I threw that away nothing too big just the gum.IMG_0074

Canel’s Chewing Gum- This is a Mexican gum from my understanding. Comes in many different flavors I received peppermint, tutti-frutti, spearmint and one cinnamon.

My thoughts: I remember chewing this when I was little my favorite would be the tutti-frutti but they just don’t last very long.

Haribo Gold-Bears- Haribo was founded in Bonn, Germany. They come in pineapple/white, green/strawberry, yellow/lemon, orange/orange and red/raspberry.

My thoughts: I’m not real big on gummy bears but my daughter is a huge fan. This bag was gone in no time once she got her hands on it. My favorite was the raspberry and pineapple. I always thought the flavors and colors were strange.

Meiji Poifull Jelly Beans-Product of Japan and the bag I got had four flavors in it. They were orange, lemon, raspberry and grape.

My thought: Wow these are sour to me but they taste amazing especially the grape. My daughter was a huge fan like normal. Normally jelly beans are hard on the outside but these are soft. After a while you start getting used to the sour.

Hello Kitty Biscuits with Chocolate Cream- This is a product of Taiwan has different sticks and a little bit of chocolate cream.

My thoughts: I already tried this and not a fan it just didn’t taste good to me plus there wasn’t much chocolate.

Ricolino Bubu Lubu- This is a strawberry and marshmallow filling with a chocolate covering. It’s made in Mexico.

My thoughts: Yuck I was not a big fan of this. I guess I should’ve looked it up before trying but online it said it’s often eaten frozen.

Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles- Small round jelly like candies with a sugar covering. These were from England 1881-1988. They were rebranded after 1988 as Wonka Fruit Pastilles in Australia and as Frutips in Canada. They contain fruit juice, have no artificial colors or flavors, and they come in five flavors: lemon, lime, strawberry, blackcurrant and orange.

My thoughts: I loved these especially the strawberry and blackcurrant flavor. Needless to say I ate the whole package because you can’t just stop at one.IMG_0075

Overall Bo candy was nice getting to try different things. Would have liked it if they included a card to tell me about the products I went online to get this information. Like I said earlier though I’m not sure about the price. You can ask the owner of Bo candy more if you would like to ask questions he seems like a pretty cool guy.


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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

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