We've been reviewing Degustabox for quite some time now and every month it's something I really look forward to. We love our subscription boxes and have reviewed so many on the blog but I can say that Degustabox is hands down our favourite. I'm always excited to see what's inside our monthly box and love being introduced to new brands. Nick, Noah and I always open the box together and it's become sort of a little monthly tradition.
Anyway, after singing their praises let me tell you about what was inside February's box!
1. Hartley's Jelly & Jelly Fruit Pots x4 - 50p & 70p
I was delighted to see these jelly pots in the box as not only are they a healthier alternative to some treats but I also wanted to try Noah with jelly again as the first time around he was keen. After trying the Jelly Fruit Pot he's now a fan!
2. Sarsons Vinegar - 70p
It might sound silly but seeing a Sarsons product inside made me smile as it takes me back to eating fish and chips in the garden with my Grandad back when I was a child. Sarsons are my go to when it comes to Vinegar, that's for sure!
3. Mr Kipling Exceedingly Good Slices - £1.49
Now who doesn't love a slice of cake! The new range of cakes from Mr Kipling as great and packed full of fruit, coconut and oats and are very filling.
4. Beloved Bars x2 - 59p
These bars are 100% natural and contain no added sugar. Both Nick and Noah tried these one morning with their breakfast and both thoroughly enjoyed them.
5. Nutribix Cereal - £3.79
This cereal reminded me of another famous competitor on the market but it's like a new and improved version. We've all enjoyed having this for our breakfast and love that it contains coconut and honey, it's delicious.
6. Vit Hit Drink - £1.80
Nick had this for a little pick me up at work and was surprised to learn that it has less than 35 calories per bottle and is loaded with vitamins. He's since bought more flavours in to try.
7. Divine Chocolate Bars x2 - £1.00
Well what can I say, Divine Chocolate is always a winner in this house! The perfect indulgent treat.
8. Ritz Crisp & Thin - £2.19
This is a new oven baked potato snack that are great to eat on their own or dipped in humus! Another product that I will buying again soon!
9. J20 Spritz x2 - £2.49
The J20 Spritz were a breath of fresh air for me at just 63 calories per bottle! It's nice to have a little bit of fizz but not have to worry about the sugar or calories.
10. Nothing But Freeze Dried Snacks x2 - £1.19
These are a little strange and not for me but Noah really enjoyed the freeze dried fruit bag and believe it or not they count towards 1 of your 5 a day!
11. The London Crisp Company Crisps - £2.29
Crisps are ultimate guilty pleasure and I really enjoy trying new brands and new flavours. The London Crisp Company were new to me but are now a new favourite, I just have to sample the other flavours!
As you can see the February box was absolutely filled to the brim full of items that we have used and have really enjoyed. We had the crisps, the chocolate and the drinks as an indulgent treat on Valentines Day which was just perfect.
A box costs £12.99 per month but if you would like to try it for the first time use the code BLDEG15 at the checkout to receive £6 off!
- We were sent this product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.