With no obvious seasonal theme I wasn’t sure what to expect from the April Degustabox*, which I personally think makes it just that little bit more exciting. As usual Aria and I opened it together and filmed an unboxing video while scoffing some of the contents to provide a review of sorts.
We were happy with the contents of the box, bit of a shock but Aria’s favourite wasn’t the chocolate! She loved the Seabrook Lattice crisps, as did I, but my ultimate favourite had to be the Machu Picchu flavour Dorset Cereal. The crunch of the nuts and the hint of coffee is the perfect way to start the morning, or it would be if I wasn’t doing SlimFast right now!
The Nothing But fruit snacks were nice, but the packs were very much full of air and the majority of the contents had crumbled during transit. Another stand out product was the Doisy & Dam’s Quinoa, Smoked Tea & Vanilla chocolate, it had a very intriguing taste and I kinda liked it. Don’t get me wrong, it is never going to beat a Cadbury’s Dairy Milk for me, but it is a nice change if you fancy mixing things up now and then.
Onto the pricing, the products and prices on my content card were :
- Seabrook Lattice – £1.50
- POLO Sugar Free Pot – £1.49
- CELIA Organic Lager – £2.49
- Garofalo Whole Wheat Penne Pasta – £2.19
- GOOD HEMP Hemp Seed Hearts – £4.49
- Dorset Cereals – £4.89
- Doisy & Dam’s Quinoa, Smoked Tea & Vanilla Chocolate – £1.75
- Nothing But – 2 x £1.20
- Whitworths Full of Super – £1.50
- VIPnuts – £1.25
Total box contents £23.95
I also received a bottle of Fentiman’s Grapefruit tonic water which isn’t showing on my card, I can only assume that this is an alternative to the lager in the box. This is priced at £2.99 which would mean that the alternative box is priced at £24.45 – two fantastic value boxes this month.
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*I receive the Degustabox each month in exchange for an honest review*
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