I like experimenting with food and love to try out new products. So, when I was sent a Degustabox to review, I was quite thrilled.
If you didn’t know, Degustabox is a monthly food box that contains 9 – 14 products, some of which are new to the market. The subscription is priced at £12.99 including delivery and from what I received in my box, I would say that the contents are well and truly worth much more than this.
I received the April box that had an international food theme. Just up my street as I love trying out world cuisines.
My box contained a lovely mix of products – some that were ready to eat and some that could be used while cooking.
In the box was a total of 17 products as well as an alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. If you were to buy a box though, you would receive one or the other.
My Degustabox for April contained the following
Snacks and treats
Ready meals –
And much needed tea bags –
We have used the Balti mix to make a lovely family meal and I shall be posting the recipe soon. It was so easy to make.
Hubs enjoyed the Kingfisher beer and the children and I enjoyed the crisps, cookies and the chocolates. It was also great to be able to try out the new drinks.
It also came with information on each product and where each comes from. And it included some easy recipes to try.
If you would like to try the Degustabox and I highly recommend that you do, you can use the discount code 7UMQK to get a £3 discount when registering.
If you join before the 20th of the month, you will receive the box the same month. And there is no commitment necessary. To cancel all you need to do is tell them before the 10th of the month.
Visit the Degustbox website to find out more.
Disclaimer: I was sent the April Degustabox for review. All ideas and opinions are my own.