If you’re an absolute ramen noodle devotee and love trying new and cool foods, the Noodlpolitan subscription box is for you! Noodlpolitan sends unique packed noodles to your doorstep every single month. Each month comes with five different noodle packs, with unique flavours and range of spiciness, along with one surprise item. I love that the subscription box includes a card that showcases the different flavours and the spice level rating for each of the noodle packs, as well as a little description so you can get the most out of them.
The Noodlpolitans launch box did not disappoint! The box included a pack with level 10 spiciness noodles along with a 0, 1, 2 and 3 level noodles. I found it was pretty good for all noodle-lovers. It gives opportunities to try some things you wouldn’t have thought to pick up in the past. The box also includes one surprise item and this month it was a very cool pair of metal chopsticks which are perfect for noodles. I’m excited to see what next month’s special item is.
My favourite noodles would have had to have been the Indomie Mi Goreng noodles (spiciness rating of 3). They came with two sachets to personalize the flavour you wanted; spiciness, saltiness, even fried onions for a bit of crunch. I think that noodles with this sort of customization are perfect for trying out new things and allows you to adapt to your current food mood. I haven’t been game enough to try the Samyang x2 Spicy Hot Chicken Ramen yet (spiciness rating of 10). Some people even say these are ‘nuclear’ level spicy – ouch!
Also included in the box was one pack of noodles that you could eat straight out of its packaging, the Myojo Yakisoba Oriental Flavour with Mayonnaise noodles. It’s perfect for those who are on-the-go as it comes in their own decently sized plastic tub where you could make and serve them in the packaging! It’d be great to see some more like this next month. However, because they were quite large in comparison to the regular packet noodles, it is understandable why there weren’t more of this format of ramen.
Overall, the Noodlpolitan subscription box is great if you’re wanting to try out new noodles you might not normally think of creating. It makes a perfect gift for a student or business person who is too time poor for the market run, but who loves noodles. However, the value seems a little bit lower than the price you’re paying at the supermarket but if noodles are your “thing”, this may be the subscription for you!
March Noodlpolitan Details
$24.99 per month (5$ off your first subscription with the code NOODLELOVER)
- Indomie: Mi Goreng Fried Noodles (0.65)
- Samyang: x2 Spicy Hot Chicken Ramen (1.78)
- Myojo: Yakisoba Oriental Flavour with Mayonnaise Noodles (5.67)
- Mama: Artificial Pa-Lo Duck Noodles (0.77)
- Nongshim: Potato Noodle Soup (4.75)
- Metal chopsticks (Approx 5)
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