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Hong Kong Crate – September Box Review

Hong Kong Crate

September Box

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Hong Kong Crate is a monthly snack subscription service that brings the best of Hong Kong directly to you! Each month you will receive an assortment of 8-10 authentic snacks, crackers, cookies, candies, soups and treats!

Hong Kong Crate offers four different subscription packages, starting at just $27 a month (shipping is free worldwide).

Month to Month: $30

3 Month Prepay: $87 (save $3)

6 Month Prepay: $168 (save $12)

12 Month Prepay: $324 (save $36)

Like the August box, September’s box was equally packed! Included were more than 10 authentic Hong Kong goodies, ranging from soups to crackers to candies and even tissues. This time, it was my husband’s eyes that lit up as he claimed almost everything we received!

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Inside our September HK Crate we received:

  • Calbee Hot & Spicy Potato Chips

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  • Sze Hing Loong Chilli Corn Roll – 3 packages

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  • Hawflakes Candy Wafers

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  • Garden Mini Pop-Pan Spring Onion Crackers

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  • Luk Yu Pu Erh Tea

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  • Calbee Prawn Crackers

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  • Sautao Ho Fan Pork Rib Soup Flavour

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  • Nissin Instant Noodle Spicy Curry Flavour

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  • Fruitips Lychee Pastilles (Nestle)

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  • Tempo Petit Jasmine Handkerchiefs  (2 packages)

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Like with the August Hong Kong Crate, the September box contained a really nice variety of Hong Kong snacks, treats and extras, with all the best before dates being well into the future (2018/2019).

My husband was most excited for this box because of the Prawn Crackers, soups, and potato chips. I love relaxing after the boys go to bed with a couple hot cups of tea, so I feel I can never have too much tea in the house. Its great trying out different flavours and varieties of tea. And the boys, of course, loved the candies.

This box didn’t contain any misses for us, and we’ve really enjoyed trying out all everything, although the soup will be put away in the cupboard until we get some cooler weather.  Our favourite products were the Lychee Pastilles, The Spring Onion Crackers, and the Chilli Corn Rolls.  I love that there is English on the packaging, so I knew the ingredients and was able to easily search for the items online.

What I like most about Hong Kong Crate are the interesting variety of items from soups and crackers, to candies, chips and tissues. We find it so much fun trying out all the different products!

To order your own Hong Kong Crate, you can visit the website here: http://www.hkcrate.com/

Andrea resides in Calgary, Alberta, and is the proud mom to five boys between the ages of 7-23. Running mainly on coffee and sarcasm, in her spare time she enjoys listening to Canadian Rock, watching Calgary Flames hockey, reading YA Dystopian novels, and binge watching Netflix.

Disclosure: I received samples for testing and review purposes. Opinions in this post are honest, and my own, and have not been altered or influenced in any way.

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1 Comment

  1. Ada

    Oh, some of those things bring back such good memories. I haven’t had Haw Flakes since I was a kid!! And the Pop Pan crackers – we used to eat the larger size ones, you could get so many different flavours. I miss Hong Kong!

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