April 2017 Yummy Bazaar Subscription Box Review – Mini Box

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Yummy Bazaar is a destination food club subscription box. For the awesomely low price of $9.95 a month, you can get the Yummy Bazaar Mini (World Sampler Monthly Gourmet Club). Each destination box will take you on a food tour of 2-3 countries with 6-8 delicious, sample size products.

The Yummy Bazaar Mini Box!

Yummy Bazaar also offers a full-size gourmet food stuff box that concentrates on a specific country each month.  Check it out here.

The Mini usually has items from around the globe, plus a special Turkish treat this month!

The product description pages give a brief description of each item, along with a list of ingredients, several suggested uses, the retail price, and the origin.

All the treats in our April Yummy Bazaar Mini Box!

Koska Sesame Crocan – Turkey ($1.95): This version of the regional delight contains some small crisped rice to light the flavor and texture. The sesame is very dark flavored and tastes like food cooked sesame oil.

Sanko Arare Rice Crackers – Japan ($3?)

Arare is one of the most popular Japanese snacks! Soy sauce flavored, it features rice crackers, peanuts, coated peanuts, senbei, and crunchy crackers. There’s a hint of seaweed – this is a totally authentic snack because it’s from Japan!

Rigoni di Asiago Nocciolata – Italy ($4.75)

This organic gianduja is basically a more natural version of Nuetalla – no palm oil, high fructose corn syrup, or any bad stuff. Accordingly, it’s decadent, nutty, and cocoa-laden.

Terrapin Ridge Farms Fiesta Dip Mix – USA ($4.50)

Party time! This dip mix is perfect for a last minute guest and we love Terrapin Ridge Farms all natural philosophy. This is an excellent southwestern dip perfect to pair with corn chips!

Vesyoliye Treli Birds Milk Cake – Belarus ($1.25)

Definitely the most unusual snack in the box, this is called a “Birds Milk Cake” but it’s somewhat of a meringue-y mousse-y marshmallow covered in chocolate!

This snack is from Belarus and was new to us, with a firm texture. When our 2 year old tried it, he begged for “more cake?”!

Mediterranean Seawater Seawater Kettle Cooked Potato Chips With Olive Oil – Spain ($1.95)

This chips are soaked in seawater before being kettle cooked, putting the salty flavor in the chip instead of the outside.

These all natural chips were extra crispy and super delicious!

This sampler box is always a fun trip around the world with something new to try in every bite! With such a small cost that includes shipping, we think it’s an excellent sampler to start getting your feet wet with international snacks!

Have you tried Yümmy Bazaar? What did you think of this month’s box?

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