Its officially autumn now. Chill is in the air and I have even see Christmas items put up in shops. Midst all this, one thing which has been with me from the beginning of the year and even before that for few last years, has been this degustabox. I have been receiving Degustabox deliveries since 2018 and always its fun to get new box, to explore the surprises in the box. Here today, I am sharing what I found in the September box of Degustabox.
- Looking for food subscription box? Degustbox can be your answer.
- Detailed review of September 2021 Degustabox
- Want to cancel Degusta box?
- Voucher code for Degusta box
Looking for food subscription box? Degustbox can be your answer.
For all my new readers, Degustabox, is a monthly surprise food box subscription service. Degusta box usually contains 10-15 food items per month and comes with the subscription cost of £12.99. This subscription service not have any tie-ins and easy to cancel, if you do not like it, simple! Please note Degustabox now offers two other variants too, Degustabox cold and Degustabox select, stay tuned to know more about Degustabox Cold on my Instagram.
Degusta box delivery
September 2021box was delivered by DHL. World class delivery service as you will expect from DHL.
Detailed review of September 2021 Degustabox
September month’s degustabox was all about “Family Sharing”, apt for the box, which is all about sharing with family and loved ones.
Following is the summary of the contents in the box, in no preferred order.
Carr’s Ciabatta Original
Fancy a quick, delicious Italian meal? These crackers were just about that! Topped them with feta, avo, tomatoes ad voila, a yummy lunch was ready. It was a good change to my lunch menu. I liked these crackers. The box costs £1.59 and is available across UK with most major retailer.
Santa Maria Seasoning
I got two seasoning packs in September month’s degustabox. One was a Chicken taco seasoning and other was Fajita seasoning mix. To say which one was better is hard choice, both of these had great taste and just offered what it said on the pack. I am likely ordering these packs again. These are available at Ocado and Amazon, and each pack costs £1.05, which I feel is good price.
Compal Orange Algarve
Do you include juice in your daily diet? You should! Especially if juice be so good. If you do not know, my 3 year old can survive only on juice and as soon as he noticed a tetra pack of Orange juice, he wanted it. He (and rest of family loved this juice). This tetra pack costs £1.99, however you may find it cheaper. It is mostly available at Portugese stores. A good juice from Algerve.
Raise hand if you do not know Toffifee. I have been in UK since 2010 and I remember eating it then and it has been even in market much before that. These button shaped toffees are delicious. The chewy taste of caramel and dark chocolate, oh well, I am salivating whilst I write it. These are widely available across U.K. and perfect for sharing, pack merely costs £1.43
Jaffa Cakes Jonut
Donut? No, its Jonut. A brilliant product from Jaffa cakes, these donut shaped jaffa cakes were instant hit in my family. Sadly, I received only one such pack in the September month’s degustabox. These are also available in multipacks (I need to look out to buy some). This individual pack costs £0.50
Brioche Pasquier – Rolls with Chocolate Chips
Its open secret that my whole family love these brioche rolls, especially kids. These are mostly consumed on the go in my household. This multi pack of 6 costs £1.50 and I have been buying these on regular basis. These are available at Tesco, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Co-Op and Budgens.
Eat Real Snacks
Thank you for sending this jumbo pack of crisps. Really tasty, crunchy, the flavour is amazing. One of my go to crunch these days. This pack of hummus tomato and basil costs £1.80 and I am not complaining at all. Easy to find in most of superstores too, I have bought it recently in my grocery. Give it a go!
Richmond Frozen Ready Meals
I was sent a voucher to buy richmond frozen meals from Asda, Morrisons or Iceland, however, I did not try this as I am not into sausages or beef. Each meal costs £4.00 but you may like to try yourself and let me know how you found it and I will share with other readers here.
Prince Chocolate and While Chocolate Biscuits
I received two packs of these biscuits in September degustabox. One was chocolate and other was white chocolate flavour. My son, Agastya is huge fan of these. TBH, even I liked these. A perfect family treat. Each pack costs £1.00 and is a great family sharing snack.
Kelly Loves Katsuo Udon
One of nicest cup noodles around. The taste was close to real katsou broth, tasted like real korean flavour. If you love noodles and don’t mind trying cup noodles, these udon noodles will appeal you. Each pot costs £2.90. These are available at Asda and Waitrose.
Sumol Passion Fruit
This was another Portugese product in the September degustabox. Carbonated fruit juice with low calories and tropical flavours, this is what I felt from this drink. This can is priced at £0.99, having said that I found it bit cheaper online. Try this out and you may like it.
Nature’s Heart Protein Bar
A nice little pack of almond and peanut bar, topped with dark chocolate. I liked the bar and could do with few more for sure. These are gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians like me, a great source of daily fibre. Each pack costs £1.59 and available in major supermarkets in U.K.
Overall, September degustabox had great contents to share with family, varying from few new names (these Portugese products new for sure) to old established household names.
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PS: Review of the box shared here is entirely mine.