Munchpak is a monthly subscription box that features new and popular snacks from around the world.
You can expect to receive goodies from Japan, Germany, Brazil, Israel, Finland, Canada, Australia, Sweden, and more. They also throw a few US-based treats in there as well. Every box is different, so you’ll always be surprised. You can also customize and/or add drinks to your box for an additional charge.
MunchPak has 3 different size options to choose from: MunchPak Mini (5-6 items starting at $9.95), the Original MunchPak (10+ items starting at $19.95 monthly), and the FamilyPak (20+ items starting at $39.95 monthly). They ship worldwide and accept credit cards, Paypal, and even Bitcoin! (You can save $3 on your first box with coupon code “ROSEBUDS“!)
Let’s see what’s in my October 2015 Munchpak!
The box was shipped via 2-day priority mail and featured a super cute airplane/box full of snacks on the lid.
A peek inside. It appears that my Munchpak was made by Sara. Thanks, Sara! 🙂
Umaibo Corn Potage Flavor – A popular Japanese snack with a savory, corn-flavored crunch.
Cacahuates Japones Japanese Style Cocktail Peanuts – Roasted Japanese cocktail peanuts from Mexico? Sure, why not!
Haribo Teeth – It’s hard to tell from my photo, but the “teeth” part of these gummy candies have a smooth texture and are even shiny like actual teeth. Creepy!
7 Days Pizza Flavored Bake Rolls – These bagel-shaped bread chips are double baked, extra crunchy, and seasoned with herbs and spices for a real pizza flavor.
Alberts Marpoles Marshmallow Pole – Ah, I see what they did there! — Marshmallow + Pole = Marpole. Brilliant! A colorful, twisted marshmallow treat from China.
Palebola Tama-Roca Tamarind Fruit Candy with Salt and Chili – This lollipop is actually a chunk of Tamarind fruit covered in a spicy chili and salt seasoning. Sounds… interesting.
Lotte Nude Pepero – Korean cookie sticks with a creamy milk chocolate filling. (Basically backwards Pocky. 😉 )
Calbee Shrimp Chips – Baked French fry shaped crisps made with wheat and real shrimp flavor. A Japanese favorite.
Tamarind Candy – I’ve never had tamarind before, but this sounds a lot more appealing than the lollipop mentioned earlier. It’s from Thailand and consists of just tamarind, sugar, and salt.
Ozmo Cornet Chocolate Cone – A hazelnut cream filled wafer “ice cream” cone topped with candy coated chocolate pieces. Yum!
MunchPak is definitely a fun way to discover new treats! They included a good mix of both sweet and salty snacks from all over the world… Some with common flavors, and some made for the more adventurous snackers. Overall, a great snack discovery box!
Don’t forget — you can save $3 on your first box with coupon code “ROSEBUDS“!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.