I do Unboxings now…It’s all the rage :P

This is my first unboxing video…so be gentle. My Geek Box is a very new subscription box in the U.K. (don’t know if they do over-seas shipping). For the price, it is excellent quality. I apologize for my voice being too low, but…you know…if you can’t hear – turn your volume up :).
There is a link in the video description, but i’ll leave it one here too.


Hey guys and what is up? Hope you all feel interested and hungry for this month’s yummy box. Shall we begin?

If you don’t know what Flavourly is; you should really check them out. They’re a really quality subscription box for only £15 ($25) and every month they send out some delicious items from the smaller businesses that you may not have heard of. This gives a change for not only us to try some amazing food but it helps the smaller businesses grow and spread to more people. All links will be at the bottom of the post.



This month’s has a difference. This month the box has a lovely recipe card which incorporates one of the items, as well as a nice list and description of each product (which will always be saved at the end)


This is the item used on the recipe card; Umami paste. Umami is the Japanese ‘5th flavour’ which makes everything savory taste one step beyond. It can be used for everything, most noticeably for noodle soups because this paste just turns it up to 11.

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These are mini nibs by nib nibs. These are finest ingredients mixed together to make the most delicious and filling mini cheese straws. They are buttery, crumbly, snack-sized and are absolute heaven for any cheese lover.


For those who like to be more adult about their popcorn, you really need to pop onto the website and find these. Gin and Tonic flavoured popcorn…HOW COOL DOES THAT SOUND :D. They don’t just stop there, these guys range from gingerbread, white chocolate and yummy caramel to cheese on toast, goats cheese and black pepper and madras curry. Best thing is that, when I tried these, they were not all soft; they were still crisp and tasted delicious.



Yet again another thing from Clearly Scrumptious. These are dried apple slices, the don’t taste as strong as other products but do have a very nice, refreshing taste and are perfect as a snack.



QUIBBLES are by far the best name for food and they taste so good. You can tell by the picture I was ready to dive right in, but I took a picture before. Quibbles are mixed nuts that come in various flavours, in my case they were honey roasted cashews, peanuts, almonds and macadamias…they’re all gone now and I wish I had more. Once again making an awesome snack for people on the go.


Heaven given fluffy form. These are amazing raspberry marshmallows from Belinda Clark and are by far the softest and most delicious marshmallows I’ve ever had. They’re not kidding when they say the use the finest ingredients for these little cubes of loveliness because you can really tell the difference between these and average shop bought mallows. They do a lot more flavours that this; they also do mango, strawberry and do have gift bags to carry the amount of marshmallows you’ll want to by. They would make the perfect gift.


Another item in the box is something I’ve been having quite regularly because it’s one of the best things to have before bed and even to help when you’ve got a little cold. This is liquid tea by Fruit Broo. I have honey and lemon flavour and the idea is to add one or a couple teaspoons of it in a cup and pour in some hot water and that’s it, it’s so easy for something so flavourful.


Lastly is a lentil dhal meal kit, which I have not tried yet. 

Thanks for reading guys and gals, If you like this post please give it a like and if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment. If you are interested in getting this box, please use the flavourly link below as it’ll save you £5 off your first box and helps me out a little too. 

Save £5 on Flavourly!



Clearly Scrumptious

Joe and Seph’s popcorn

Laura Santiini Umami

Quibbles Nibbles

Fruit Broo

Ilumi world: lentil dhal

Belinda Clark: marshmallows