Saturday, September 14, 2013

Kona Kase review

I recently received a Kona Kase box to review. Like a lot of monthly subscription boxes, it offered a wide variety of premium nutrition samples to try (7-8 on average). These were all on the healthy side and promised to fuel peak performance. Since I received the box just before my ankle surgery, I was only able to try a few of the products before or after working out. 

My box included the following:
  • Health Warrior Chia Bar in Acai Berry--I had this before physical therapy the other day and loved it. I am a big chia seed fan though.
  • Enjoy Life Seed and Fruit mix--I loved this product and think it would make the perfect workday snack. I would definitely buy it again. It contains no tree nuts or peanuts. 
  • PROBAR Bolt--absolutely loved the flavor and texture. I had the PROBAR Bolt Energy Chews before going to the gym one day and felt like they were a nice pick me up after a tiring day at work. 
  • Turkey Perky Jerky (the only thing I didn't try because it was meat. Craig got it)
  • Garukabar--handmade with Vermont raw honey. The flavor of this bar was delicious. I love that the company donates a portion of each sale to gorilla conservation. A Garuka is one of the few remaining mountain gorillas ranging the volcanic forests of the Virunga Massif in Rwanda.  
  • Caveman Cookies--made only with honey, fruit and nuts. I loved that these were tasty and chewy.
  • Card with pretty cool inspirational quote from a tennis legend
Kona Kase is $15 per month, with multi-month discounts, free shipping, and you can cancel the subscription at any time.

I love receiving mail like this, featuring new and healthy products, every month, so I would highly recommend Kona Kase. It's definitely great if you are active and looking for some products to fuel you through a big race. I know when I was running half-marathons, I found myself trying many fuel products like gels and chews until I found a product that worked for me.

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If you could create the perfect subscription box, what would it contain? I think mine would have to include coffee, tea, beauty products, a snack, and maybe an accessory like a scarf or piece of jewelry. I would definitely pay more for a mixture of things like that to try out each month.

I received the Kona Kase for free with no other compensation for my review. All opinions are my own. 

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