Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

Chococurb Mini Review - Chocolate Subscription Box - April 2016

Chococurb is a chocolate discovery subscription box. They help people discover extraordinary chocolate with their monthly subscription boxes and through their shop, where you can find some truly incredible products. Inside each Chococurb box, you’ll find an assortment of chocolates or chocolate related items. These items can come from small, local chocolatiers to more established, national brands. Every box will have something new, exciting, and absolutely delicious.

Cost: $35/month or $20/month - Chococurb Mini

Shipping: US – Free, International shipping extra.

The Mini box has 3 gourmet chocolate products, while the regular Chococurb box has 5-7 products.

Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

Good to know, the chocolate is insulated to prevent melting.

Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

Cabruca Chocolates Walnuts & Figs

We received a different flavoured chocolate from this brand last month. As I mentioned then, there's isn't much info on their website and this particular chocolate isn't listed, but they do have a chocolate club. This chocolate is good quality dark chocolate with walnuts and dried mission figs throughout.

Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

JCOCO Cayenne Veracruz Orange

This chocolate has an interesting flavour combination and is inspired by a local delicacy from the Yucatan Peninsula - a fresh sliced orange with light dusting of chili powder. It's made of white chocolate and has orange oil for a citrus taste and chili powder for a mild kick. I didn't think I would like this much since I really don't like fruit in my chocolate, but this was actually pretty good! The citrus and the pepper wasn't overwhelming.

Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

Michel Cluizel Dark Orange Peels

Fragrant Spanish oranges are candied and then combined with a 60% dark chocolate blend. Michel Cluizel pays particular attention to selecting the best raw material and takes a unique commitment on the quality of its chocolate with its “Noble Ingredients” commitment: no added vegetable fat other than cocoa butter, genuine Bourbon vanilla beans (no vanilla extract), cane sugar rather than beet sugar, flavouring free, and soy lecithin free.

Chococurb Mini Review – Chocolate Subscription Box – April 2016

This month's Chococurb wasn't my favourite only because two of the chocolates were orange flavoured. The JCOCO was very good though, but I wish the Michel Cluizel was in a different flavour. For those who love citrus in their chocolate then you'd probably love this box. Personal preferences aside, this box had three top quality chocolate bars which is what you can always expect from Chococurb.

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