8/04/2016

July Degustabox - Review



We've been reviewing Degustabox for quite some time now and receiving our monthly box is something all three of us really look forward to. It usually arrives around lunch time towards the end of the month and when it arrives I put it to one side until my partner is home from work. Once he's home the three of us all dig in to see what goodies are inside, it's all very exciting! 


I've reviewed quite a few subscription boxes over the years and I can safely say that Degustabox is my favourite. I've never been disappointed with any of the boxes I've received and every month the box is filled with both new and exciting and old and beloved brands. July's box was no exception to that rule and below is a list of everything which was included.



1. Sarson's Balsamic Vinegar - £1.99
2. Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles Infusions - £1.29
3. ALO Drink - £2.45

4. Jordans Muesli - £2.79
5. Itsu Crispy Seaweed Thins - 2x £1.00
6. Felix Gerkhins - £2.15

7. Bahlsen Choco Leibniz - 4x 40p
8. Seabrooks Lattice Crisps - £1.99
9. Rejuvenation Water - £1.99
10. Cracker Drinks Juice - £1.50
11. Brookside Chocolates - £3.40

I was really pleased with this months selection because as always there was a little something for everyone. I'm really big on my crisps so I loved trying the new Seabrooks Lattice crisps, they were so good and I'll certainly be buying them again. Nick on the other hand is obsessed with his condiments and relishes so he really enjoyed the Felix Gerkhins and over the past week or so he's pretty much had them on everything! Last but not least Noah really enjoyed the Cracker Drinks Juice which was Pineapple, Coconut and Lime flavour and very different to any treat juices he usually drinks. I have to admit I didn't try the Seaweed Thins though, totally not my of thing but I know they are quite popular out there. 

Degustabox costs £12.99 per month but if you would like to try it for the first time use BLDEG15 at the checkout to receive a whooping £6.00 off! 


What products or brands would you like to see in Degustabox next?

10 comments:

  1. The boxes look great but I would worry I was buying items I might not like!

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    1. That's why it's great to take advantage of the first box offer. Try it out without subscribing or paying full price. It's very rare there's a product included that none of us like.

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  2. My favourite item this month were the acai & blueberry chocolate pieces. Very nice. The Itsu thins were just revolting - not to my taste.

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  3. Didn't know Saron did balsamic vinegar
    Hard to say what I'd like to see next -probably savoury type biscuits

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  4. Sounds like a great Opportunity you have to review Degustabox. My Best Friend likes Seaweed, has bought it from Japanese Carry Out Restaurant. So I have tried it, and found it delicious. Maybe you would have been pleasantly surprised if you had tried the Seaweed Thins.

    When I attended the Ideal Home Show with my fiancé ,we were Pleasantly Surprised by being given a Goody Bag at Entrance. We were delighted with it's contents as bottle of juice and crisps which were enjoyed on the day. Other treats were

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  5. used later. The gifts were much Appreciated, and allowed us to try some products which were new. Some that we may not have initially thought we would have liked. We will now look out for these products at Supermarket etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. These look great I would love to try out one of these, its good to see what you get in them

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  7. I used to get degustabox, might start again :) x

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  8. Very tempted with this degustabox
    Certainly seems worth the cost
    Never had felix gherkins so I'd try these

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  9. Very tempted with this degustabox
    Certainly seems worth the cost
    Never had felix gherkins so I'd try these

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