Candy German June Box

Yay! It’s June, it’s summer and the soccer world championship started. What else could we want?! Right, a Candy German box! Soccer and treats fit together like summer and the sea, so be prepared for a very yummy June German candy subscription box. Again, we have one delicious savory snack for you and lots of sweet treats. Perhaps you will enjoy your box while watching the FIFA World Cup. For sure, we are doing so and keeping our fingers crossed that the German team will be nearly as successful as 4 years ago. But enough soccer or football as we call it in Europe for now, this blog post is all about your June Candy German subscription box.

DeBeukelaer Tourinos Meersalz + Pfeffer OR Rosmarin + Meersalz

Tourinos by the German biscuit brand DeBeukelaer are so delicious. They are looped pastry sticks consisting of wheat flour, yeast and butter. The flavor is very buttery. Either you got the sort rosemary + sea salt or sea salt + pepper in your monthly candy box from Germany. The different herbs and spices are very intense and so delicious. What’s also great is the resealable packaging of the Tourinos which keeps them fresh and aromatic.

DeBeukelaer Tourinos Meersalz + Pfeffer DeBeukelaer Tourinos Meersalz + Rosmarin

Katjes Sommerliebe

Sommerliebe means summer love. What a beautiful name for a gummy candy. There are many things I love about the German candy company Katjes, one thing is that all their products are vegetarian. The Katjes Sommerliebe contain yoghurt and 6 vitamins. Because of the added yoghurt they are very gooey and creamy. The flavor is very fruity, although I cannot say exactly which fruit flavors are in the little gummies. What I can say is that they taste like summer! There is a small heart sticker on the front of your package which says remove & seal. If you do not want to eat your Katjes Sommerliebe at once, you can easily reseal your package with the sticker.

Katjes Sommerliebe

Coppenrath Friesen Blätter

Friesen = Frisians are a population group who are located at the North Sea coast of Germany and the Netherlands. Friesen Blätter = Frisians’ leafs are mostly baked and eaten there. One of the most traditional German cookie and pastry companies Coppenrath invented a fantastic variation of the Friesen Blätter. Those are very crunchy and buttery. Coconut flakes are added to the crusty baked pastry as well as a hint of lemon. It’s so very good to soak the Friesen Blätter in a cup of coffee or tea – enjoy!

Coppenrath Friesen Blätter

Frigeo Ahoj-Brause

Ahoj sherbet is a very traditional German product, it’s about 90 years old. Actually it is a beverage. Mix the powder into a glass of water and you get a refreshing and delicious drink. There are four different sherbet sorts in your Candy German subscription box – orange, lemon, raspberry and sweet woodruff. Each sort you get twice. If you don’t want to drink your treat, you can also sprinkle the sherbet on your tongue and enjoy the fruity sour tingling taste experience. The perfect summer treat!

Frigeo Ahoj-Brause

Brandt Minis Kokos

This treat by the German pastry producer Brandt mainly consists of rusk or Zwieback as we say in Germany. Are you familiar to Zwieback? I used to eat it as a kid when I was feeling sick and could not eat anything else. It is a very crunchy roasted bread which is a little sweet. I remember the German company Brandt only produced the plain original rusk sort back in the days, which was mainly eaten for breakfast, but for many years now they also entered the candy market. The Minis Kokos are a combination of the original plain rusk and a quite thick coconut flake glaze. On the package you can read "with extra coconut". I agree, the amount of coconut is great. It gives the whole treat an awesome flavor.

Brandt Minis Kokos

Monarc Hörnchen gefüllt mit Nuss-Nougat-Creme

Basically, this German treat is a croissant with a nut-nougat filling. It’s a very simple treat by the German pastry and bread company IBIS. The croissant is very soft and almost tastes like it is freshly baked. The nut-nougat filling reminds me a lot of Nutella. The combination of the soft pastry and the filling is wonderful!

Monarc Hörnchen

Fritt

Either you got Fritt mixed berries, orange, lemon, cherry, raspberry or strawberry. Fritt are chewy, soft, and fruity stripes produced by the German candy manufacturer Ludwig Schokolade. There are six individually wrapped stripes in your package. Each of them is subdivided in small chunks. I love to eat Fritt as a fruity snack for in between.

Fritt

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