We recently received our February Degustabox* and I have to say, this one was a good one! It contained a good mixture including alcohol, chocolates and the other random treats that I have come to expect from this monthly food subscription box. As always me and my glamorous little assistant couldn’t wait to get stuck in and trial the delicious items from within the box, so I filmed an unboxing video.
My favourite product in the box was most definitely the Blossom Hill Fruit Bloom, I drank almost the entire bottle on the weekend and I really enjoyed it, it’s light and fresh and very pleasant. I think it’s safe to say Aria’s favourites were the Maui and Sons chocolate coated banana chips (they were delicious, I only wish that she had let me try more than one!) and the Diablo no added sugar chocolate covered wafer. I managed to sneak one bite of the chocolate wafer and it was delicious, a real treat with no sugar – winning!
Onto the pricing, the information leaflet in my box shows a total of £22.39 worth of products + a sample of Apple Cider Vinegar, which isn’t at all bad for a box that costs £12.99, or £5.99 with discount code P2W4U (new customers only).
The products on my information leaflet were :
Koko (dairy free milk alternative) – £1.50
Heinz no added sugar Beanz x2 – £1.30
Kabuto Noodles – £1.99
Bebeto Cheese Cake sweets – £1.69
Bebeto Candy Crush sweets – £1.69
Blossom Hill Fruit Bloom – £4.99
Peppersmith – £1.50
Coldpress – £2.79
New York Delhi’s Americanos – £1
Diablo No Added Sugar chocolate wafer – £0.95
Willy Chase’s Fitcorn – £1.99
Maui and Sons Chocolate Bananas – £1
Willy’s Apple Cider Vinegar – Free sample
As I am sent the box to review I receive the product choices for all of the box variations, so in addition I also received :
Peppersmith – £1.50 (subscribers received one of two items, I received both)
Just Be Honey Water – £1.49
Double Dutch Mixer – £1.19