I have a subscription box review for you all today but it's a subscription box with a difference.... it contains yummy food and drink, so say hello to Degustabox*. Degustabox works very much like how beauty subscription boxes work, for £12.99 a month (postage included within the £12.99 price) you will receive 10 to 15 surprise food/drink products, many that are completely new to the market! So if your a bit of a foodie like myself and you love subscription boxes your going to love this beaut's!
This month we have a picnic themed box with 14 yummy food and drink items to sink our teeth into, I'm going to kick things off with all the sweet treats starting with the huge bar of Cadburys Dairy Milk Peanut Caramel Crisp (£3.49), this is a new bar from Dairy Milks Big Taste range that will go down a treat with any peanut lover because it's crammed full with peanut filling, peanut pieces and gooey caramel and peanut halves, yum! Then we have three packets of Millions, one of which is the sour version (60p) and the other two are their chocolate covered version (50p), these bring back so many memories for me, I used to buy these from the sweet shop when they had to be weighed out, I loved them. The final sweet treat in this months box is a packet of Candy Kittens (£3.00), I have wanted to try these sweets for such a long time, they seem to be everywhere on Instagram and look so delicious, their actually an all natural and gluten free gummy sweet and I for one cant wait to dig in.
Within the savoury things this month we have a fresh item of Deli Kitchen's Skinni Wraps (£1.25), I love having wraps for lunch or for dinner as fajitas so these wont last long. Next up is some Homepride Strong White Bread Flour (£1.50), I love to bake but I must admit I don't bake much bread so I'm interested to use this and see if I can come up with something. Then we have some Portlebay Popcorn in Sweet Thai Flavour (79p), I don't really reach for savoury popcorn, I'm much more of a sweet popcorn lover however this packet went down an absolute treat with my boyfriend, he loved them! My final savoury item is a packet of Hippeas (£1.50) these are organic chickpea puffs which feel like your eating a packet of wotsits but these are so much better for you, I really enjoyed them.
Next up we have a few things perfect for breakfast starting with a box of MOMA Bircher Muesli in Raspberry and Coconut flavour (£3.20) these are quick soak oats that will have that overnight oats taste in 5 minutes, simply add some yogurt and a splash of apple juice and voila! No breakfast would be complete without a coffee so it's a good job we have a box of Bean Bags in this months box, these are like tea bags but for coffee, brillaint hey. This coffee has a rich, fruity flavour and has some dark chocolate within it for sweetness, it's such a treat first thing in the morning. Theres also a bag of Cereal Lovers Crunch Time Nuggets (£1.59) which I absolutely love, its a resealable bag of snacking granola which is in clusters that you can just eat alone on the go but I like to have mine with yogurt and fruit, it's so nice!
Finally this month we have a couple of drinks, firstly theres a huge bottle of Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer (£1.89), I love ginger beer and this after it's been chilled is so nice. Their was also a large can of Zeo Sparkling Orange and Mango (£1.19) which I have to say is one of my favourites in this months box, the weather has been so hot in the UK recently and this was super tasty and refreshing when it was boiling, I really enjoyed it!
Degustabox have kindly given me a discount code for all of my beautiful readers, all you have to do is pop 039DB into the promotional code box and you'll receive a whopping £7.00 discount when registering making your first box just £5.99. And don't worry beaut's, theres no commitments with Degustabox meaning you can cancel your subscription free of charge before the 10th of any month, but I mean why would you cancel monthly surprise food treats ha ha!
What do you think of the Degustabox concept beaut's? I'd love to know your thoughts!