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Degustabox Review

Another month has been and gone and what a month it’s been – we’ve had a fabulous Christmas and New Year and as we were so busy celebrating and having family fun time I totally forgot about last months Degustabox delivery that landed on our doorstep. Every month we look forward to recieving our delivery as we can’t wait to see what surprises are waiting inside for us. 

If you like trying new foods then the Degustabox monthly subscription food box is definitely worth a try. Each month you pay £12.99 (this includes delivery). Inside your box you will receive a box of 9 – 14 surprise food products – some of which are new products. The value of items in your box will always be more than what you have paid. However, if you aren’t happy with the service and you wish to cancel your subscription you can do so at any time as you are under no obligation to buy more boxes than you want too.

Inside This Month’s Box:

One box of Ryvita Thins (£1.89). The perfect snack to eat with a dip or a slice of your favourite cheese. They are great for sharing with family and friends. The mature cheddar and cracked black pepper flavour adds a nice little kick too.

One box of Ryvita Crackers (£1.29). These Green and Black Olive crackers taste great with your favourite cheeses and / or chutney. I am a massive fan of crackers and cheese and love the different variety of crackers that are available.For more information about Degustabox you can find them on Facebook and Twitter. 

Two bottles of Teisseire Gourmet Drops (£2.79 each). Vanilla drops that you can add to any drink hot or cold. A drop or two will make your normal drink taste just that little bit more special. Ideal to carry in your purse or handbag you can even add to your drinks whilst on the go.

One box of BelVita Soft Bakes (£2.79). These new bakes are a new edition to the already popular BelVita Breakfast range. They are perfect for those like myself who never seem to get the chance to eat breakfast in the morning before leaving the house. They can be eaten on the go or as a mid morning snack. Each bake is individually wrapped.

One box of Tuckey’s Biscuits (£1.80).Tucky’s Proper Biscuits are made just how biscuits used to made. Each biscuit is made by traditional methods and by using traditional ingredients. Each box contains packets of individually wrapped biscuits so you can take them with you and are great for pack lunches or on the on the go snacks.

Two packets of Butterkist Popcorn (£2.04). Butterkist’s Discoveries Salted Caramel flavouer is part of a new range from the popular popcorn brand. Available from Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury. Butterkist’s Best Ever Sweet and Salted popcorn contains just 136 calories per 27g  bag and has 60% less saturated fat making it a great snack whilst watching a movie.

One Jar of Orchard Chutney from Branston (£1.49). Perfect to enjoy with all your Christmas leftover meats, cheeses and crackers – we still have a cupboard and fridge half full of bits that we are steadily eating through them. The chutney contains apples, sultanas, and orange zest to make a unique flavour. Available from Tesco.

One packet of Nim’s Fruit Crisps (99p). Made in the UK, Nim’s Crisps have won multiple awards. These crisps are made from 100% fruit and are sliced and dried to perfection and what’s more they count as one of your five a day. Nim’s Crisps are high in Fibre and Vitamin C.

Two packets of Hartley’s Jelly (£1.29). I love cherries and anything that contains cherries so when I saw that we had been sent some Black Cherry jelly I was a very happy girl indeed. You can use the jelly to make a black forest trifle which looks amazing and definitely something I will making soon. We were also sent a packet of glitter jelly too and I have to be honest and say that I have never hears or seen this before. The boys thought it was amazing though and were surprised that it tasted as good as it looked.

One Jar of Bourne & Wallis Picked Onions (£1.40). Bourne & Willis use only naturally grown vegetables, herbs, spices and traditional vinegars in their jars of pickles. All their products are produced in Cambridgeshire and are mostly sourced from the East Anglia Region.

One small bar of Divine Chocolate (£1.00). All Dive Chocolate bars are made using natural Fairtrade ingredients, are palm oil free and suitable for vegetarians. The smallholder farmers on Ghana who supply Divine’s Cocoa – Kuapa Kooo, own 44% of the company, this makes Divine unique to other chocolate companies. Available to buy from Boots, Waitrose, Oxfam, Booths, Liberty or online from divinechocolate.com.

One box of Williamson Tea (£4.00). Williamson Tea is grown on Changoi, the finest tips are selected by hand as dawn rises over the Kericho hills. Infused with real lemon and natural oil Williamson Tea Lemon Sunshine is perfect to enjoy anytime of day.Lemon Sunshine tea is produced sustainably and is pesticide free.

If you’d like to try Degustabox, My Three and Me have a code that you can use to get £6 off your box. Simply enter BLDEG15 at the checkout. Next week we will be telling you all about the new box we recently received.

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