Orange Glad November 2017 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Orange Glad is gourmet dessert subscription box featuring 5 deluxe treats from artisan chefs from across the country. The items sent are “handcrafted, unique, and exclusive.” It’s an incredible way to get a sampling of items from gourmet bakers all across the nation. This box is $25 a month or get the double portion box (10 items) for $40.

DEAL: Save 20% ($5) on your first box! Use coupon code HELLOSUB20.

Orange Glad says this size box will “make 1-2 people happy.” I enlisted my family to try these treats so 3 people were made happy this month!


There was an information book inside that contained details about the companies, treats, and best-by dates.


I enjoyed reading about the makers and learning a bit about their companies!

Everything in my November 2017 Orange Glad box!

Annie B’s Sea Salt Caramel Popcorn is one of the best tasting caramel corns I’ve ever tried, and the salt was very subtle, I didn’t feel like it was super salty.

I was worried about the safety of my teeth, so I chose to suck off the caramel, and discarded the solids. It was either that or get some new teeth.

Salt of the Earth Bakery The Kona Brownies are made with espresso coffee and Hawaiian sea salt. The brownie is exceptionally moist and would probably taste fresh out of the oven after a couple of seconds in the microwave.

The espresso enhances the flavor of the chocolate but doesn’t overpower it. A tall glass of milk is the perfect accompaniment but try it with vanilla ice cream and all the toppings for a superb sundae.

There were two flavors of Annie B’s CaramelsMaple & Butter Rum. The caramels were cooked in copper pots and there are lots of different flavors to choose from. I preferred Maple!

Mayana Chocolate Cloud Nine Mini Bar features marshmallow and fleur de sel caramel, covered in 66% dark chocolate.

I’m not a fan of marshmallow so I ate around it. The chocolate is perfect, the caramel is tasty but maybe a tad too salty, or it could be due to the sprinkling of salt over the top of this bar.

Mayana Chocolate Kitchen Sink Bar Mini has a bit of everything inside – peanut butter, crispy rice, pretzels, and fleur de sel caramel are covered in 66% dark chocolate.

This is an explosion on the tongue, with salty, smooth caramel contrasting with the crunchy cereal and pretzels. I love this bar!

I always look forward to seeing what might be in my monthly Orange Glad box! I love chocolate and caramel so those are always big hits, and I like that I am able to share with my family – I just divvy it all up on plates and we vote on our favorite item! This month my favorite was the Kitchen Sink Bar! I am also happy to see seasonal flavors, such as maple and butter rum.

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