Review: November Degustabox

We have been reviewing Degustabox for a few months now and are always so excited when we know out monthly box is on it's way. It's such a treat when the box arrives and we are always delighted at what is inside. 

Subscription to Desgustabox is just £12.99 a month and that's including postage and packaging. I think it's excellent value for money as the contents of the box always exceed the amount that you pay. It's a great way to be introduced to new brands and new flavours. 

Here it what was in Novembers box

Salsa & Mesquite Kettle Chips – £2.19

5 x Lindt Lindor Melting Moments – £3.25

Branston Caramelised Onion Chutney – £1.50
2 x Holy Cow Curry Sauce – £3.38 
Kent’s Kitchen Fajita Flavour Shots – £1.85

2 x Pip Organic Cloudy Apple Juice – £3.00
Montano Cider – £2.79

2 x Cool Dawn Recover Drinks – £2.98

Spiced Chai Tea – Sample

Degustabox delivered in more ways than one this month and have impressed us all the way. I liked that it contained variety, lots of different drinks and cooking sauces.

My favourite items in this months box were the Kettle Chips and the Lindt Chocolate. It goes without saying doesn't it? Crisps and chocolate?! Noah's favourite was the apple juice which he drank slightly diluted in his cup and he did have a few nibbles at the chocolate. My other half loved the cider, noted that it was very traditional in taste and was impressed by the size of the bottle.

I can't praise Degustabox enough and I think a subscription would make an excellent present this Christmas. If you want to give it a try then simply add this code Q8BRA when registering to receive £3 off. 

I was sent this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. 

1 comment:

  1. I loved this box. Anyone that sends me cider and chocolate gets a big thumbs up! x