Degustabox Review

If you like trying new food I would highly recommend you try Degustabox. If you’ve never heard of the company let me tell you a little about them. Degustabox is a monthly subscription food box. Each month you pay £12.99 (this includes delivery). Inside each box, you will receive 9 – 14 surprise food products, items vary each month and some of them are new products. The value of 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.

What’s Inside:
Hartley’s – Jelly pots ( 2 x 50p and 2 x 70p). Hartley’s 10 Cal jelly pots are ideal for those who like a sweet treat but who are counting the calories (Hi, here I am….). new to the Hartley’s range is the Fruit in Jelly pots – another sweet treat that is better than reaching for the biscuits or sweets. 

Sarson’s – Malt vinegar (70p). Fish and Chips don’t taste right without a splash of vinegar on them. Sarson’s are the UK’s number one vinegar brand hand have recently launched a limited edition bottle design with a cute character picture on the front.

Mr Kipling – Cranberry, Orange, and Oat Cakes (£1.49). New from Mr Kipling’s comes a range of “Exceedingly Good Slices”. These moist oaty cakes come in Chocolate & Coconut or Cranberry & Orange. Both are lovely alternatives to cake bars and biscuits.

Beloved Dates – Date bars (2 x59p). Every bar is 100% natural, contains no added sugar and are the only cereal bars bound with natural date nectar. The bars are made from the finest ingredients, all mixed together and cold pressed together to fuse in the flavours and lock in all their goodness.

Nutribix  – Nutribix Cereal (£3.79). Using coconut, honey and Sorghum, Nutribix is the perfect cereal to get you going on a morning. 

Divine – Caramel bars (2 x £1). If I had to choose a favourite type of chocolate caramel would win every time. All divine products are Fairtrade, natural, suitable for vegetarians and free from palm oil. These bars are available to buy from Tesco, Oxfam, Traidcraft and divinechocolate.com.

Vit Hit – drink (£1.80). A juice based drink that contains 100% recommended daily allowances of 8 different vitamins, contains no added sugar and contains less than 35 calories a bottle. Contains real juice and no preservatives, artificial colourings or flavours.

Ritz – Crisp & Thin (£2.19). A new oven baked potato snack from Ritz. Great for sharing whilst enjoying a movie at home. 

Britvic – J2O Spritz (2 x £2.49). Created specifically for adults, J2O Spritz offers a mixture of bubbles and crisp blended fruits. Each 275ml bottle contains no more than 63 calories. 

Nari – Palm Juice (£1.99). A drink made from coconut palm sap that’s infused with 100% natural fruit and spice extracts. We were sent the Apple and Mint drink which was surprisingly refreshing. A Lemon and Ginger flavour is also available. 

London Crisps Company– crisps (£2.29). Hand cooked in London these crisps combine a classic crunch and no-nonsense flavours. There are 5 flavours to choose from, each one taking inspiration from a different area of the city. They can be found in Fuller’s pubs across London and in Waitrose. Tesco and Selfridges.
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 £6 off your box. Simply enter  BLDEG15 at the checkout.

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