As I mentioned in my review of Justin’s Organic Peanut Butter Cups earlier this month, Knoshbox changed their name to “Knoshy.” So, if you’re looking for past reviews of Knoshbox products and/or monthly subscription boxes that I’ve received, they can now be found under Knoshy in the category section rather than Knoshbox.
This change also comes with a slightly higher price tag. We were once charged $29.95 with free shipping, and there is no longer free shipping. The new shipping charge is $7.95.
That said, I still love Knoshbox/Knoshy and I’m not going to let this higher price tag deter me from getting my Knoshy! As someone who used to run my own online business, I know that the cost of shipping is a killer! And as long as Knoshy continues to crank out the boxes every month that made me fall in love with them in the first place, I’ll continue to get my Knoshy every month.
The first treat that I uncovered in this month’s box is an old favorite – but one that I’m glad is in the box because I absolutely LOVE these things: The Pepp from S’more Bakery. These were also in last December’s box, but, like I said, they were so good that I’m thrilled to find them in this year’s box.
Then I found a box of Lark Cookies! This is the Holiday Trio Box, which includes Burnt Sugar & Fennel Shortbread Cookies and the Salted Rosemary Shortbread Cookies – both of which I’ve also already reviewed. But the box also comes with some that I’ve not yet tried: Espresso Chip. I especially like what Knoshy said on their product card:
Pairs well with Earl Grey tea, family, friends and good cheer.
Sounds to me like they’re finally getting the tea thing. (Heh!)
There were TWO chocolate bars in this month’s box too. Yes, I said TWO – count ’em … 2! – CHOCOLATE bars in this month’s box. And they’re from a somewhat local company: Theo Chocolates. Two of the seasonal chocolate bars: Gingerbread Milk Chocolate bar, and Coconut Mint Chocolate Bar. YUM!
Finally, there is a package of Sugar & Spice Pecans from LaLa’s Nuts.
All of these items are so tempting and again, exemplifies why I love Knoshbox … or Knoshy … or whatever they want to call themselves. I love them. Please guys, you can change your name, but, please don’t change what you mean to me: yummy food in my mailbox every month!