Degustabox - July


This month we have just had a Degustabox land on our doorstep,  I was so excited to see what was inside as I have heard great things about them. Degustabox is a monthly food subscription that offers a new and interesting product to try as well as products you may not have considered buying before. This months box was full of a lot of yummy things, many of them I haven't tried before and couldn't wait to dive in and try them.



Products in this box
Bahlsen Choco Leibniz 4x 40p each
Itsu crispy seaweed thins 2x £1 each
Felix Gerkhins £2.15
Sarson's Balsamic Vinegar £1.99
Rejuvenation water £1.99
Emily's favourite thing in this box was the Bahlsen Choco Leibniz. They come in a handy two pack, which has been brilliant to pop in her bag as a treat when we are rushing out. These crisp butter biscuits have smooth milk chocolate coated on one side. Sam really enjoyed the seaweed thins.


Cracker drinks £1.50
ALO drink £2.45
Rowntree's Fruit pastels infusions £1.29
Brookside chocolates £3.40

My favourite thing in the box was the acai and blueberry flavour bites. These fruit and berry flavours blend with smooth dark chocolate making a nice little snack. They come in a resealable pack, which means they are perfect for a little snack as you can seal the bag and save them for later. 


Jordans swiss style Muesli £2.70
Seabrooks Crisps £1.99

As a family we really enjoyed the seabrooks crisps. I thought these chicken jalfrezi were a little strong in flavour for Emily. I loved the design of the packet, you could lift the flap of the crisp packet and reseal it for later. We have picked up another packet of these for movie night this week. 

If you would like to try the Degustabox, you can get a whooping £7.00 off your first box using the discount code BLDEG15.

- I was sent the box for the purpose of the review, however all opinions are my own

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