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January Degustabox Food Box Review

I was a huge fan of the first ever Degustabox, which I reviewed last month and excitedly spent the next couple of weeks chomping my way through (okay, I admit, the chocolate, chai latte and biscuits might only have lasted a few days...)  So when they kindly asked if I wanted to receive a few more of their monthly boxes and continue to review them, I jumped at the chance.  Degustabox is a monthly food box with a difference - no letterbox sized package of mini items to trial that make you wonder if you really got your money's worth, but instead a big, bulging box of full size items - new products before they hit the shelves, cupboard staples, recognisable brands and products you will really use and enjoy.  At a cost of £12.99 (including delivery), you can see immediately that the box offers excellent value for money (the Dorset Cereals granola alone retails at almost £4).

The element of surprise is always one of the most fun things about the monthly subscription boxes, and I love those few moments of suspense as you unpackage it and see what's inside.

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I could immediately see lots of things I would use - the Dorset Cereals will make a lovely breakfast over the next few days, the Jules Destrooper biscuits were destroyed within seconds (ahem) and the tea, sweets and coconut water would be lovely things to try.

I regularly buy quinoa and after spotting Lisette's quinoa, pomegranate and feta salad, I knew this was one product that would get used up quickly.  It was absolutely delicious and I'll definitely be buying that brand of quinoa again.
The full list of products is as follows:
GO! Kombucha raw, China white tea
Quinola Mothergrain Express Black and Pearl Quinoa
Dorset Cereals Berry Granola
Goody Good Stuff sweets (tropical fruit and sour mix and match)
Maggi So Juicy and So Tender Recipe Mixes
Jules Destrooper Butter Crisp Biscuits
Zico Chocolate Coconut Water

Yet again, I think this is an amazing box and I'm really excited to continue trying the products and using them in recipes (or a Sunday treat in the case of the sweeties!) You can sign up for Degustabox and get £3 off using code FBHES.

Do you subscribe to any food boxes? 


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{the degustabox was gifted to me, all opinions are my own}

14 comments

  1. I really need to subscribe to this box. It sounds right up my street and I love the way you don't get half a product or a sample - it's a great way to properly try something new and decide if you like it. I love it!

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  2. I love food boxes - I think it's a great concept and you got some lovely products :o) Xx

    Makeup by Candlelight

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  3. I don't subscribe to any of these boxes but it's something I would consider, because I do like to get my Graze boxes from time to time.

    Will definitely look into that express quinoa!

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  4. These look great - I love that you get so much stuff! :)
    theemeralddove21.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. This sounds amazing, food deliveries are my favourite!

    Maria xxx

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  6. oh seriously stop tempting me! Beauty boxes I can do without. Food boxes on the other hand..... x

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  7. I have flavourly boxes! It is a similar concept but has more new and independent companies. I now want to try this too!

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  8. This is definitely more up my street than my Graze box ;) Rosie x
    Every Word Handwritten

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  9. such a nice way to try out new things :)

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  10. a delivery of FOOD every month?
    I could get into that...

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  11. Wow! This is such a good alternative. Instead of spending my money on beauty boxes I could indulge in these instead. Are they healthy foods?
    Becka | This Is My World

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  12. I've never heard of these boxes before, but I'm definitely signing up! It looks great, and I never really 'indulge' in posher items in the supermarket - this would be such a treat for me :) xxxx

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  13. This looks great. I love goody good sweets! Lovely veggie friendly sweets. It's a shame they're so expensive in supermarkets though xx

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  14. This looks great! I think I'll be signing up - I'm way over beauty boxes but these look amazing! x

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