Each box comes with a convenient card that details each treat they've included.
Yan Yan Hazelnut Dip (product of Singapore) - If chocolate is good, hazelnut is even better. Dip your supply of biscuit sticks into the creamy, chocolaty frosting that is lip-smacking tasty.
Nigi Nigi Osushiyasan Gummy DIY (product of Japan) - Assemble your own fruit-flavored gummy sushi creations! No rice cookers or elite knife skills required.
The dip and biscuit sticks were good. I was trying to save the longer sticks to get to the bottom of the dip, but oops, the dip container only went about a third of the way down. Needless to say, I had a lot of leftover biscuit sticks that weren't quite so good without the frosting. They're probably a lot like those Nutella snack packs. The gummies were a little more trouble than a snack is worth. They were nearly impossible to get out of the packaging, but after twenty minutes of wrestling, they were cute and the flavor was... nothing special... just okay.
Flower Kiss Candy (product of Japan) - Sweet and slightly creamy flower flavored hard candies. You've never eaten flowers before? Don't worry, this candy tastes cream and fragrant with a tinge of fruit.
Marukara Assorted Gum (product of Japan) - A Japanese bubble gum full of fruity flavor. Includes strawberry, orange, grape and melon
Rice Craker Party Mix (product of China) - A little bit crunchy, a little bit sweet, and a whole lot of delicious, these Japanese rice crackers are the ultimate party snack. Dried seaweed and green peas gives these Japanese crackers a satisfying crunch.
The gums are delicious! Bubbles are a little sad, but tasty, even if it doesn't last long (5 - 10 minutes). Oh, this party mix was terrible! Just terrible! Some of the pieces had no flavor, some had a zesty flavor, some had almost a honey taste, and the pea shaped ones had a violent sriracha flavor. Yuck, yuck, yuck. Terrible!
THE VERDICT: I'm intrigued by these Asian treat boxes, but Skoshbox blew this one out of the water.