Food Review: September Degustabox

11th October 2014
I got to sample another entire box of goodies from Degustabox this month to try out and they did not disappoint!

Degustabox send monthly boxes to customers that contain exciting new food and drink products that are hitting our superstores. For £12.99 per month you can get a huge box of 9 to 14 surprise products each month, plus handy recipe cards and the occasional coupon.

In this month’s box there was all this beautiful stuff, which included:
Little Miracle’s Organic Tea
3 Righteous Salad Dressings
Elizabeth Shaw Dark Chocolate Thins
Crabbie’s Ginger Beer
La Vieja Fabrica Marmalade
Jordans Simply Granola
Crabbie’s Fruit Alcoholic Drink
Bahlsen’s Pick Up! Biscuits
Burts Lentil Waves
Carnation Cook With It!
My favourites this month had to be the chocolate thins, as they were gorgeously minty and refreshing, and a bit too addictive. They were washed down beautifully with the Crabbie’s fruity alocholic drink, it’s just a shame I didn’t have more than one bottle in the box (greedy!).
The lentil crisps were another fave of both mine and Chunk’s, as they were so light but sooo flavoursome. I loved that they are under 100 calories too so I didn’t feel guilty shovelling them down. 
As a cereal addict I was pleased there was a big bag of granola, and I particularly enjoyed it with chocolate soya milk. I’m going to use some of it to make some flapjacks, and will just add some raisins and dried cranberries and a little bit of natural sweetener to stick it together. 

Due to being such AMAZING readers, I have a discount for you if you want to get your hands on these scrummy boxes. To get a £3 discount, use the code EUK98.

*I was kindly given the box for the purpose of this review. No payment was given so all views are honest and my own*

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  • Colette

    15th October 2014 at 8:23 pm

    It looks like another great mix of products.
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

  • glennamy

    26th October 2014 at 1:22 pm

    I always wondered what was in these packages, this looks very nice & I might give this a go… Thanks

  • Unknown

    29th October 2014 at 3:40 pm

    This looks like a really good selection

  • prwilson

    4th December 2014 at 12:19 am

    Those Lentil Waves look interesting.

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