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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

February Degustabox Review & Discount Code!

After January's healthy box it was nice to see some treats in February's.
 
 
This definitely has to be one of the best Degustaboxes I have received so far.
 
 
The first item which was my absolute favourite this month was the Peanut Hottie, I've always wanted to try this but can never find it in supermarkets near me. I can honestly say it tastes amazing and is surprisingly not too nutty. Its just like sweet peanut butter. I am now eager to try out the chocolate version too. £3.00
 
 
These Lily O’Brien’s Cocoa Cookie Crunch were incredibly tasty. They are round biscuit shaped chocolates with small pieces of crunchy dark cookie in each one. We will definitely buy these again. £2.60
 
 
  When I first saw these Beet It Sport Pro-Elite Bars I wasn’t sure if they would be for me. Beetroot does seem like an unusual flavour for what is basically a flapjack, but I gave them a go anyway. I found that the beetroot gives it a lovely red colour and a sweet fruity taste. You wouldn't even know there was Beetroot in the bar from the taste. £1.85 each.
 
 
These Gluten and Wheat free Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins from the American Muffin Co were really tasty, you wouldn't even know they didn't have any wheat or gluten in them! Bethany really enjoyed these too, fab for pack lunches. £2.50
 
 
This Whole Earth 3 Nut Butter contains cashews, peanuts and hazelnuts. I love nut butters in fact all 3 of us in our house do, and now have another one to add to the collection. This one is slightly crunchy, naturally sweet and perfect on toast or for baking. £3.00
 


 I was actually quite impressed by this Jack Link’s Beef Snack.  The meat is nicely seasoned with a smoky taste.  It was easy to bite through and not overly chewy like some types of snacking beef can be. Dried meat hasn’t really taken off here as a snack but is very popular in some countries, especially America. £1.39
 
 
These flavour shots are a great idea if your in a little bit of a rush for dinner, or don't have many herbs and spices in the kitchen. I made the Spanish Paella, I have never had Paella before and always thought it contained fish (i'm not a massive fish fan) but this was made with Chicken and Chorizo, really simple you just follow the instructions on the inside of the pack and it took 40 minutes. We all loved it, even Bethany ate it and she is a fussy eater! Looking forward to trying the Indian Mild Masala Curry. £1.40 each.

 
 
This fab bottle of Laimon Fresh is a combination of Lemon, Lime and Mint flavours with sparkling water. If I closed my eyes I would say it tastes just like a non-alcoholic Mojito! Incredibly tasty and fresh. £1.99
 
 
These Melba thins are crunchy and crisp, they come in little individually wrapped packages with 6 in each, perfect for putting in your bag to snack on when you’re out and about.   I had pate on mine, but there any so many different things you could put on the top like cream cheese, peanut butter, paste, the list is endless. great price too £1.39.
Degustabox can be yours for just £12.99 a month including delivery, and you can buy for yourself or as a one off gift for someone!
 
I also have a Discount code you can use to get £3.00 off your first Degustabox, just enter this code "27LR3".
 
For more details;
Degustabox website: www.degustabox.com

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Disclaimer: We were sent The Degustabox for the purpose of the review, but have received no other form of compensation to provide this review. All opinions are my own.

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