Its 9th of March when I am starting penning down my review of Degustabox which was sent to be in Feb, I am assuming I will be able to publish this by middle of March. I normally write my blogs with no pre-planning or thinking. I received this February box delivered on 26th Feb, normally the box comes in 3rd week of the month, however, I was travelling hence I requested the box delivery and whole delivery rescheduling was done so smoothly, that’s another reason I like Degustabox.
The theme of the box was “Easter is Coming”. Below is the detailed review of contents of the February Degustabox in the sequence of products I tried. To repeat myself, saying it once more that I get influencer / blogger box and I normally get all the variants of products (alcoholic / alcoholic) as well as all the variety of given product (e.g. if a tea is sent in the box, I may get all flavours to try), but a normal subscriber may have somewhat different contents.
I am lover of handy on the go snacks and these flapacks does the trick. These vegan protein packed bars are perfect for the energy boost which I need after my workout session. A pack of three costs £2.50 and are available across UK in major super stores.
Galaxy has introduced this new range of Vegan chocolates in three variants, smooth orange, caramel and sea salt. My personal favourite is orange one. All three have the trademark smooth feeling of Galaxy chocolates. Each bar costs £3.00 and available from Tesco, Ocado and Amazon. I certainly liked these chocolate bars.
To me this has been a star product in the box. These guys deserve claps for finding the combination of dark chocolate with chickpea and coconut, works magic in my mouth. Loved it! The pack costs £1.25 and I certainly will recommend it.
These gluten free bunnies from Kitkat are new as well. If you are a kitkat lover, likely you will like it too. I certainly felt good to see these in the box. A perfect chocolate for the Easter. Each bar is priced at £0.65 and I was ok with the pricing.
I always look forward to the drinks in the degustabox and finding this drink of apple cider vinegar which is low in sugar (and calories) was a good thing. Taking a sip of it took me back to my recent holidays in cancun. Each bottle costs £2.49 and I am ok with the pricing too.
I am now familiar with the quality products Very Lazy offers and finding two pastes for slow cooker range was a great surprise. Best thing is that in case you do not have a slow cooker, you can use it on oven too. Just add the paste on the meat or veg and let it cook with little addition of any other ingredients. Each pack costs £1.99 and I am happy with it.
These gooey, vegan, gluten and dairy free chocolate squares will likely appeal masses. Personally I am not a caramel person, hence this one is not my taste. Having said that the taste was admired by my daughter. These are available at most of the food retailers in UK and each pack costs £1.50
If you would not tell me that these are jackfruits, I will never know. So good chunks to munch anytime. Tasted more like mangos. These jackfruit chunks are big yes from me as they provide much needed vitamins and minerals too. Also, the banana one was great too. These are fairly low in calories. My only complain is that they were far too less 🙁 The pack costs £1.89 and I will recommend buying these.
Another pot food, which can be made in about 5 mins. One for those busy days when you don’t feel like cooking after work. Or have it at work at desk. Best enjoyed hot! These are avialable in Tesco and Asda. My hubby, who eats chicken, nodded yes for this. A pot costs £1.29.
Lovely tasting drink which is gluten free too is a big yes from me. These contain less than 5% sugar. These are also available in most of supermarkets and costs £1.40 per bottle. I liked the fact these bottles are suitable for vegetarians and contains no artificial colours.
Mustard lover? You should try this mustard for once at the least! Made in France this mustard had the smooth flavour and has a white wine base. Each bottle costs £1.50 and I was happy with the mustard.
If you got young kids in the family, you will love this pasta. These pastas are in new shape. I got two small cans of Disney frozen and Paw Petrol characters. Absolutely adored by my daughter. Each small can costs £0.55 and its a yes from my side.
Another box of surprise, most of these were great products, and as you can see for only £12.99 it provides goods worth lot more. I will recommend you to go ahead and try a box to begin with, especially as you can use promo code of “MB6LZ” and get the box for only £7.99. After using first box decide if you want to continue receiving or not. Cancellation is always easy, just in case you change your mind.
PS: For reviewing the products, I have been given this box free by Degustabox, though views here are purely mine and not influenced by anyone.
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