Review: Degustabox {February 2016}

We love receiving our Degustabox delivery each month. It’s a monthly food and drink subscription box that arrives well packaged and stuffed full of products that are often new to the market, a little bit different or something you might not have tried before.

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The February box contained:

  • Hartleys 10 Cal x 2 = RRP £1.40
  • Hartleys Fruit in Jelly x 2 = RRP £1.00
  • Sarsons Malt Vinegar = RRP £0.70
  • Mr Kipling Cranberry & Orange Slices = RRP £1.49
  • Beloved Date Bars x 2 = RRP £1.18
  • Nutribix = RRP £3.79
  • VitHit = RRP £1.80
  • Divine Chocolate and Caramel Bars x 2 = RRP £2.00
  • Ritz Crisp & Thin = RRP £2.19
  • J20 Spritz x 2 = RRP £4.98
  • Nari Palm Juice = RRP £1.99
  • The London Crisp Company = RRP £2.29

By far my favourite product from the box was the Divine Caramel Chocolate Bars. I love Divine chocolate and this is their classic chocolate with really lovely caramel inside each piece. It’s the ultimate indulgence.

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I’m also a big fan of traditional J20 drinks and their new Spritz range was great to try. It’s a great non-alcoholic alternative to a glass of fizz and the flavours work really well together. So refreshing and lovely to drink.

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Hubby and I are huge fans of crisps and dip and the new Ritz Crisp & Thin are a great alternative to the crisps we usually buy. They are perfect for dips and really moreish. I’m going to try the other flavour as soon as I can!

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The other product that we really loved this month was the Mr Kipling Cranberry & Orange Slices. I love the new packaging for Mr Kipling slices and have tried quite a few varieties. They’re perfect for lunch boxes and as they’re individually wrapped they keep fresh for ages too. The new flavour is a great addition to the range.

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As you can see there are so many great products in every Degustabox box and at just £12.99 a month including delivery it’s great value too – this month’s box contained products worth well over £20!

Degustabox always contains a great variety of products – ingredients, drinks, treats and snacks. It’s a great way of finding new products and I know that we’ll be buying many products from this month’s box again in the future. If you are thinking about subscribing to Degustabox you can use code BLDEG15 for £6 off your first box – making it even more of a bargain!

Disclosure: We were sent the above box for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

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