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Graze: Saptember

I started a new subscription box!


You may remember me reviewing this box once before, early last year, and I liked it then but wasn't willing to pay that much for it.  I recently found a $20 voucher on Groupon for a four month  subscription with 8 snacks each.  I did the math, and I thought it was a pretty good deal, so why not give it another shot!


This is technically the September box, so I'm a bit behind, but I felt it was worth sharing anyway!

This Peachy Orchard is full of dried fruit like rhubarb and pear, with "peach drops." It seems like an interesting combination!












These Sesame Garlic Crunch crackers were pretty good!  I liked the crunch, and they were a kind of spicy/salty

I think this concept of sending cookies and tea together is so cool!  This was Lemon Almond cookies and Black Tea.


This Salted Fudge and Peanut cookie snack was just ok.  I liked the fudge, cookies, and salted peanuts, but the redskin peanuts didn't have a ton of flavor.
I had tried a snack similar to this Spicy Sriracha Crunch from the Japan pavilion in Disney, and they are pretty good.  They consist of sriracha peas, popped corn kernels, and salted corn.
I had gotten this Honeycomb Flapjack, which is their version of a granola bar, in one of the boxes I tried last year.  I remember liking it then too!
Energizing Almond Carrot and Apple... I'm not sure about this.  I like dried apples, but plain almond isn't really my thing, and "orange and carrot flavored chews"...? I'm not sure what I think about that.
This Caramel Apple set was probably my favorite thing out of the box!  I love apples and caramel, but I hadn't ever thought about dipping dried apples in caramel!  I definitely approve, it was a good combination!

I found this little joke on the box and thought it was super cute... <3

If you would like to get your first box for free then make an account on Graze.com and use this promo code: RR93G9KTP

I hope everyone has a fun and safe Halloween weekend!

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