April’s Degustabox

Another month has been and gone and another Degustabox has made it’s way to our house. If you’re a regular reader of My Three and Me you will know that every month we are sent a box of delicious foods from Degustabox. Every month I look forward to my delivery as each box is full of surprise food items. I get really excited when I receive an email telling me that my delivery is scheduled as I can’t wait to see what the box has inside.

If you’ve never heard of Degustabox let me tell you a little about them. Degustabox is a monthly subscription service. You pay £12.99 (this includes delivery) and each month 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 months box:

Two packs of Veetee rice (£1.49 each). Cooking rice is my biggest food hate as it never, ever cooks properly, so I tend to cheat and use microwaveable rice as it’s easy to prepare and cooks so much better. These pots are perfect for adding to stirfrys, as a side dish or a snack. They cook in 2 minutes so you’re never left waiting long. Available from all the major supermarkets.

One box of Barry’s Tea (£1.75). Barry’s are an Irish family owned company founded in 1901. They have spent years perfecting their perfect blend of tea to ensure their customers are able to enjoy a fine cup of tea. Each box contains 40 tea bags.

One tin of Cirio tomatoes and one pack of four small tins of tomatoes (£1.69 & £1.20). 
One packet of Kinder Mini Chocolates with Cereals (£1.55). Each individually wrapped chocolate contains a milky filling and 5 different cereals. Perfect to share between all the family.
One packet of Kinder Choco-Bons (£1.55). Each sweet contains a creamy milky centre covered in milk chocolate. Each sweet is individually wrapped and perfect for sharing. They are very moreish though so you might not want to share them with anyone.
One bottle of Beer (£2.00). Kingfisher is India’s number one selling beer. It has been brewed for over 150 years. It has a clean, crisp and refreshing taste that has a subtle citrus flavour and will go well with a curry.
Two packets of Schwartz curry sauces (£1.08 each). there are four flavours in the new range. Using the packets means it ever so simple to make your favourite curry for upto 4 people in less than 25 minutes.
Three packets of Nando’s crisps (69p each). From the home of Peri-Peri chicken comes a new range of products in the shape of Grooves Cut Potato Chips. Flavours include Smokey BBQ, Spicy Chicken and Sizzling Hot. The crisp’s ridges are designed to lock in the Nando’s Peri-Peri flavouring.
One packet of Cookies (£2.00). Inspired by traditional bakeries in America, DeBeukelaer Cookies Bakery are new to the UK. They bring with them individually wrapped cookies in irresistible flavours including creamy cookie, brownie cookie and crispy cookie. Perfect for lunchboxes, snacks on the go or even with a nice cup of tea and a book on an evening.
Two cans of IDrinQ (£1.49). A new drink that is meant to help you to think smarter. I’m not a big fan of energy drinks so left these to Matthew to try. He said that they were ok and didn’t taste to bad.
One can of Scheckter’s OrganicEnergy (£1.35). A 100% natural energy drink that is Organic, fairtrade, Vegetarian, Soil Association and Informed Sport Approved. Ingredients include sparkling filtered water, organice lemon juice and organic ginseng.

For more information about Degustabox you can find them on Facebook and Twitter. If you’d like to try Degustabox. My Three and Me have a code that you can use to get £3 off your first box. Simply enter Z8MZQ at the checkout. 

I’m looking forward to when our Degustabox delivery arrives, I can’t wait see what treats await us in our next box

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