April 16, 2024
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Review of Sakuraco’s February 2024 Snack Box

Review of Sakuraco's February 2024 Snack Box

In February, I received the Valentine’s Indulgence box from Sakuraco, the sister company of TokyoTreat, for a hands-on review. Sakuraco is a subscription box service from Japan that delivers authentic Japanese snacks worldwide.

I want to clarify that all opinions and images in this review are solely mine. Also, if you decide to make a purchase through the provided links, I may earn a commission without any additional cost to you.

If you’re interested in a detailed review, you can check out my comprehensive Sakuraco review to help you decide whether it’s worth buying.

Now, let’s take a look at what the Sakuraco Box contained in February 2024.

What’s in the Sakuraco Box – February 2024?

The box arrived faster than usual, as mentioned in my TokyoTreat February 2024 review (both boxes arrived simultaneously). Unlike TokyoTreat, Sakuraco was covered in a single layer of plastic that needed to be removed before accessing the box. It’s slightly smaller than the TokyoTreat box.

Each box, whether it’s TokyoTreat or Sakuraco, contains neatly arranged snacks along with an informative English booklet on top. This booklet provides information about the cultural theme, includes beautiful pictures, and gives details about the snacks, including their nature, allergens, and vegetarian-friendliness. Sometimes, it even shares insights into how they are made.

The box contained 14 snacks, with some duplicates. I noticed that Sakuraco boxes tend to have a sweeter selection compared to TokyoTreat. However, there were also some salty options such as crunchy chips or senbei. This box included home goods, chocolates, candy, tea, cakes, daifuku, and a sprinkle of salty surprises.

Favorite Snacks

1. Ume Renkon Chips: These chips were flavored with fried lotus roots and sprinkled with plum seasoning. The flavor was exceptionally robust, with a subtle sweet and strongly spicy/salty taste.

2. Chocolate Danish: This delightful, soft, and sweet bread tasted exactly like chocolate. It had a sheet layer inside that added a slight chocolate taste. It was easy to chew and enjoyable.

3. Wild Grape Gummies: These gummies had a great texture and freshness. They also had a jelly-filled center, which added a delightful surprise when biting into them.

4. Peach Dorayaki: This dorayaki had the familiar bean paste filling, but with a twist of subtle white peach flavor. It was pillowy and delicate, although I wished there were more than just two.

5. Strawberry Daifuku: These chewy rice cakes with strawberry filling were not overwhelmingly sweet. They had a great texture and were a personal favorite.

Final Thoughts on Sakuraco’s February 2024 Box

Once again, I was delighted by the excellent selection of Japanese delights in the Sakuraco box. If you’re a fan of traditional Japanese sweets like me, Sakuraco is the perfect choice.

If you want to experience authentic Japanese flavors at home, you can get their boxes through different plans. The most affordable option is the 12-month subscription, which brings the monthly cost down from $37.50 to $32.50.

You can find more information about the Sakuraco February 2024 Snack Box Review on BlogNews.top’s website.

This february, Sakuraco, the sister company TokyoTreat, sent me their Valentine’s Indulgence box for another hands-on review. If you’re not familiar with Sakuraco, it’s a subscription box service from Japan that delivers authentic Japanese snacks worldwide.

That being said, all opinions and images are solely mine. A quick heads-up, if you choose to make a purchase through the provided links, I may earn a commission without any additional cost to you.

If you’re looking for a detailed review, you can explore my comprehensive Sakuraco review to decide whether it’s worth buying.

Curious about what a typical Sakuraco box holds? Here’s the lowdown.

What’s in the Sakuraco Box – February 2024?

The box arrived faster than usual, as I noted in my TokyoTreat February 2024 review (both arrived simultaneously). Unlike TokyoTreat, Sakuraco was covered in a single layer of plastic that needed removal before accessing the box. It’s slightly smaller than TokyoTreat box.

Each box, be it TokyoTreat or Sakuraco, contains neatly arranged snacks along with an informative English booklet on top. This booklet shares info about the cultural theme, includes beautiful pictures, and provides details on snacks, including their nature, allergens, and vegetarian-friendliness. Occasionally, it even shares insights into how they are made.

There were 14 snacks, with some doubling up. I noticed that Sakuraco boxes tend to favor sweetness more than TokyoTreat. However, there were also some salty options such as crunchy chips or senbei. This box, much like previous ones, brings home goods, chocolates, candy, tea, cakes, daifuku, and a sprinkle of salty surprises.

Favorite snacks

Ume Renkon Chips

Everyone is familiar with regular chips, but have you ever come across chips flavored with fried lotus roots and sprinkled with plum seasoning? I hadn’t either! The flavor was exceptionally robust, leaning towards a very subtle sweet and strongly spicy/salty taste.

Chocolate Danish

Chocolate Danishl looks like a delightful, soft, and sweet bread. And guess what? It tastes exactly like that! I really enjoyed the gently sweet flavor and slightly chocolate taste thanks to its sheet layer inside. It was easy to chew, and every bite was pure enjoyment. Plus, it’s quite sizable!

Wild Grape Gummies

I loved the texture and freshness of these gummies. Additionally, they had a jelly-filled center, making it feel like biting into a delightful surprise.

Peach Dorayaki

I’ve grown accustomed to bean paste since most fillings are made of it. Peach Dorayaki is no different, but it has a twist: there is a subtle white peach flavor added to it, hence the name. This dorayaki was pillowy and delicate; I just wish there were more than 2!

Strawberry Daifuku

Mochi, daifuku, rice cakes – give me all that! I adore these chewy, soft textures more than any other sweet. Almost every time I review a snack box, it becomes my favorite due to my personal preference, and this time was no exception. These were strawberry-flavored but not overwhelmingly sweet.

Final thoughts on Sakuraco’s February 2024 Box

Once again, I was delighted by the excellect selection of the Japanese delights in this Sakuraco box. If you’re a fan of traditional Japanese sweets like me, Sakuraco is the perfect choice.

If you want to experience authenthic Japanese flavors at home, you can get their boxes through different plans. The most affordable is the 12-month subscription, bringing the monthly cost down from $37.50 to $32.50.

The post Sakuraco February 2024 Snack Box Review appeared first on BlogNews.top.

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