Up until recently I was completely unaware that you could order food boxes that are delivered to your door. Degustabox is a company that I came across after seeing reviews of their December box. They recently contacted me to see whether I would like to receive the January Degustabox.
What is Degustabox?
Degustabox is a monthly subscription surprise tasting box. Every month they select and send out an exciting range of new and limited edition food products from well known brands, it´s like getting a surprise present every month!
What’s in the January Degustabox?
GO! Kombucha (RRP £2.19)
The UK’s leading raw kombucha tea brand. In celebration of Chinese New Year Degustabox are working with GO! Kombucha to highlight their China White and Golden Yunnan teas which faithfully adhere to the ancient Chinese recipe. Filled with pro-biotic enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals it is the perfect way to start your New Year invigorated and revitalised!
Quinola Mothergrain Express (RRP £2.55)
The perfect way to enjoy quinoa and save time! Ready cooked, they can be enjoyed cold as part of a salad or quickly reheated for be included as part of a hot meal. Organic and Fairtrade, Quinola Mothergrain Express have won 4 Great Taste awards. Not only delicious, quinoa is also a super-food, high in nutrients and gluten free! In either Pearl and Black or Pearl and Red, Quinola Mothergrain Express a quick,easy, healthy and delicious way to enjoy quinoa!
Dorset Cereals (RRP £3.79)
Dorset Cereals produce honest, real and (most importantly) tasty cereals. For the January box Degustabox is showcasing Dorset Cereal’s delicious Berry Granola, a heavenly mix of traditionally baked oats and zingy blackberries and raspberries. Using good quality products and all created in Dorset, these delicious cereals embrace all the principles of Dorset’s Cereals ideas on Simple Pleasures!
Goody Good Stuff (RRP £1.50 each)
Not only are Goody Good Stuff sweeties suitable for Vegetarian, Halal and Kosher diets, they also use high quality ingredients to produce a range of mouthwatering confectionery that are gluten, dairy, soy, nut and high fructose corn syrup free! In collaboration with Degustabox, Goody Good Stuff have supplied not one but two bags of their good stuff! A bag of their Tropical Fruit to tantalise your taste buds and a Sour Mix & Match for a tangy twist!
Maggi®’s So Juicy and So Tender (RRP £0.99 each)
A range of recipe mixes that are the perfect answer to those tricky mid-week meals. In your Degustabox you will find 2 packets of So Juicy and 1 packet of So Tender, with easy to follow 3 step instructions to make delicious flavoursome meals in a cinch!
Jules Destrooper (RRP £1.19)
In this month’s Degustabox, Jules Destrooper have supplied the biscuits they, as a family, have been baking for 125 years! They have been producing their delicious golden Butter Crisp biscuits using the original19th century family recipe, using rich summer butter and a secret blend of spices, for 4 generations. Enjoy these mouthwatering biscuits that are a part of Belgian gastronomic history!
Zico Chocolate Coconut Water (RRP £2.00)
Zico Coconut Water is all about Oomph! As part of this Degustabox and Zico collaboration, we have opted to give you Oomph with added chocolate! Zico Chocolate is made from 85% coconut water (from concentrate) and a more-ish natural chocolate flavour. Zico Chocolate is an excellent low calorie option with great hydrating qualities, choose Zico to get some Oomph!
Amy’s Kitchen (RRP £1.69)
Producers of delicious, nourishing meals for health-conscious yet busy people. With organic ingredients and treasured recipes, we cook with the same careful attention and love that you use at home.
The subscription costs £12.99 per month including delivery with no contract so you can cancel at any time.
To get £3.00 off your first box enter W7KO7 when you register
I’m undecided about the Degustabox, I feel that each month is pot luck as to whether you will enjoy what the box has to offer. From what I saw of the December box there was more in that delivery that we would have enjoyed. The idea of the box it let you taste test items that you may not have usually picked up in the supermarket and may be we are just set in our ways as there are items in this box that are just not us.
Disclosure: We received a Degustabox subscription FOC for the purpose of review.