5/29/2017

May Degustabox - Review



It's almost the end of the month and to mark the occasion we have received our monthly Degustabox delivery. It's become part of our end of month routine and it always puts a smile on our face once it arrives. We are always really excited to open up our box and to discover what products were inside, this month was no exception.


What was inside May's Degustabox:

1. Zeo Soft Drink - £1.19
2. Crabbies Original Alcoholic
 Ginger Beer - £1.89
3. Cadbury Dairy Milk Peanut Caramel Crisp - £3.49

4. MOMA Gluten Free Raspberry & Coconut Bircher Muesli - £3.20

5. Millions Sweets - x2 50p & 60p

6. Cereal Lovers CrunchTime Nuggest - £1.59

7. Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps - £1.25

8. Homepride Strong White Bread Flour - £1.50

9. Hippeas In Herbs We Trust Snacks - £1.50

10. Portlebay Popcorn - 79p

11. Candy Kittens Sweets - £3.00
12. Bean Bags Coffee Bags - Blogger sample

Total: £21.00




There was a total of 12 different products inside May's box, the contents worth £21.00 (not including the sample) which makes it such great value for money. Degustabox named this months the "Picnic Box" and you can see why with the drinks, snacks and wraps as they'd be perfect for packing up and taking out on a picnic. The contents didn't last very long this month because there was a little something for everyone inside. Nick really enjoyed the Crabbies ginger beer and the Portlebay popcorn whilst Noah gave a big thumbs up the Cadbury chocolate. Myself, I discovered and adored the Hippeas chickpea puffs, they were absolutely delicious and I'll certainly be buying them again!

Degustabox costs £12.99 per month but if you would like to try it for the first time use the code: CTOMW at the checkout to receive a huge £7.00 off! That means you can get your first box for just £5.99!

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


- We were sent this product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

11 comments:

  1. Looks like a great selection! Some brands I haven't heard of in there x

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  2. There's a few things in there I definitely like, unfortunately, it's all of the unhealthy items!

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  3. Have tasted Crabbies Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer once. It was fine, though I had ended up with it by accident. Was in London visiting friend, was a hot day and we had went in to pub for a meal and refreshing non - alcoholic drink ( to cool and refresh us). My fiancé had ordered Ginger Beer, as we had been used to doing at establishments at home. He noticed on bottle that it was alcoholic, as it had been poured I said I would drink it. First we had come across Ginger Beer alcohol version. Friend tee - total. Still prefer non-alcohol version. Though now know alcohol version is palatable and an option for night out etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. looks like some great products can't say I've tried most of them

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  5. Zeo soft drink likely to be refreshing considering flavour combination. Though seems quite costly / expensive.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. Candy Kitten Sweets, sound like a nice treat. Though £3.00 a pack seems an extravagant price. How about some reasonably / affordable prices.

    Rachel Craig

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  7. More brands from abroad
    Crisps always seem to have more taste than our own
    Crabbies sounds good-i ll try this next time im shopping

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  8. Really enjoy Degustabox as they have a treat for everyone.

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  9. They look really good, I see them advertised and wonder whether they are worth the money but looking at this I'd say yes xxx

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