That’s it. We’re done.
That’s it. We’re done.
After repeated attempts to get their attention, Tokyo Treat continues to ignore us. So, we aren’t happy.
After repeated emails politely asking to stop sending us these, We’re pissed off. I mean, you send us these damn boxes and we feel obligated to review them. But we don’t want to. They make us unhappy. It is a box of not fun for us. They take a long time to do and makes us fart. Just stop it.
Another month, another box. Ho hum. These take so long to edit. Very little chocolate. Their affiliate program doesn’t seem to work, so basically we’re trying a lot of stuff that alright, and a lot we abhor. Thinking of axeing this shit.
Well, to put it mildly, we didn’t like this selection. We tried each variety in succession as usual, and maybe that was part of the problem, but I dunno. I mean, we want to like things, but this only had one or two we would recommend for human consumption.
Kit – 0 out of 5 stars
Hans – 0 out of 5 stars
The second subscription box we’ve tried from Tokyo Treat, a company specializing in fancy boxes full of tasty bits from Japan. Use coupon code THERAMENRATER to get a discount!
While we haven’t enjoyed every single thing out of these boxes (and they’re definitely not all chocolate items), we really enjoy trying new and exotic things we normally wouldn’t and that is why we both give these 5 out of 5 stars.
A while back we tried a Japanese subscription box and I thought hey let’s try more! Here’s the February 2019 Tokyo Treat box! Lots of neat stuff to try in here. See below for a coupon code.
Go to and use coupon code THERAMENRATER to get a discount!
On The Ramen Rater, Hans unboxes a myriad of subscription boxes of noodles. Well, this tradition has started making its way over to The Chocolate Break! Here, we try out first box from Japan and see how we feel about it. Mind you, this post is being written in March of 2019 and so the contest mentioned is long over.
Watch the video to get our fascinating insights!
Get a Japan Candy Box here http://bit.ly/2K8x85q
Well hey look – it’s Andy! This is his very first appearance on The Chocolate Break and he did an excellent job; watch him weave his magic…
A Japanese company called Bourbon making hamburger shaped little chocolate cookies. What the hell?! Thank the Scissors of Hope for their true cuts. Weird – they don’t taste like bourbon or burgers. But they do taste good.
Get your Everyburgers here – http://bit.ly/everyburger
Andy – 3.5 out of 5
Hans – 3 1/2 out of 5
Found at a little Canadian store specializing in British things – many of which get a discount as they’re expired. These are succulent and classy. Lotsa chocolate!
Get some Beech’s Dark Chocolate Brazils – http://bit.ly/darkchocolatebrazils
Andy – 4.5 out of 5
Hans – 4 out of 5
Switzerland and Japan come back to haunt us yet again in this interesting duo. The time honored question of what caused people to start enjoying milk from animals comes to pass.
Redemption! After really feeling let down by the Creation range, Lindt wows us with this white chocolate. The snarls of glee for their cave of chocolate could be heard from miles away.
Lindt – https://amzn.to/2MqRI26
Kit – 5
Hans – 4 3/4
Guessing this is NOT made from dog’s milk, but what if there was a dog milk chocolate bar? Perhaps dogs would like it? I’m guessing the cacao would still be bad for them.
Meiji – https://amzn.to/2Msmasv
Kit – 1
Hans – 1/2