Degustabox June 2015

Degustabox June 2015

Degustabox is a monthly food subscription box that is delivered directly to your door. It contains a range of products, some of which you may have heard of and some which will be completely new. Each delivery is a complete surprise until you unwrap the box. Each box costs £12.99 but you can get your first box for £12.99 if you use the code WV449. 

This months box had a picnic them to it, with all of the products suitable for eating out doors in the warm weather. 

Degustabox June 2015 contents

This months box contained :-
Kallo Corn & Rice Snacks – Salt & Vinegar Flavour
Kallo Rice Cake Snacks – Belgian Milk Chocolate and Caramel Pieces
Coconom – Organic Coconut Sugar – 
Zeo – Zesty Lime and Peach & Grapefruit
Brioche Pasquier – Chocolate Chip
Brioche Pasquier – Chocolate
Melba Thins – Multigrain
Maui & Sons Coconut water
Love Chin Chin (biscuit /cake snacks)
Enhance For Water Apple & Blackcurrant

Kallo Belgian Chocolate rice cakes

The Kallo Belgian Chocolate rice cakes are amazing. They were probably my favourite item in this months box. At only 65 per rice cake they’re ideal for the dieters amongst us. I’ll definitely be adding these to my shopping list. -+-

Kallo Belgian Chocolate rice cakes

The Kallo salt & vinegar rice cakes were also a great addition. They were quite similar to Snack a Jacks but seemed to have quite a bit more flavour. Each packet contains 91 calories and less than 3% fat so another product perfect for dieters. 

Zeo is a lightly carbonated soft drink which is a blend of 98% spring water with naturally extracted fruits. It’s light and refreshing and would make a great summer cocktail. The zesty lime variety was my favourite, it liked it’s tangy kick. 

Maui & Sons Coconut water is a light refreshing drink with is full of nutrients and antioxidants. I love coconut water, and I was very impressed with the size of the can! It’s huge. I poured it over ice and drank it in the garden. I made a great change to water or sugar loaded carbonated drinks. Coconut water reminds me of living in Thailand as I drank it all the time. 

Coconom Organic Ginger Coconut Sugar is the only thing I haven’t really tried yet. It smells amazing and I intend to use it shortly in some tasty cakes. It’s made from 100% Coconut Blossom Sap with nothing else added and is ethically sourced from Indonesia. 

The Brioche Pasquier Chocolate Chip and Brioche Pasquier Chocolate have become firm favourites, especially with the little man. They’re his snack of choice at the moment. I’ve bought both varieties already and they’re definitely be in our weekly shopping trolley. They make a tasty change to cereal for breakfast. The bread is super soft with a rich buttery taste and the additional chocolate it very moreish.

Love Chin Chin Cinnamon snacks

Love Chin Chin Cinnamon snacks are a little unusual. They’re a West African snack made from 100% natural ingredients. They’re very crunch but tasty quite cake like. Hubby really enjoyed them but I wasn’t a huge fan. 

Enhance For Water Apple & Blackcurrant is a great idea. It’s pocket sized so perfect for taking on days out or to work. I like my juice strong so I use a lot more than I think you’re supposed too, but I do like the flavour. It’s tasty without being too sweet. 

I like Melba toast so the Melba Thins are great for me. I’ve been taking them to work and having pate or spreadable cheese on them. They’re crunch and taste fab. 

Jele Beautie Collagen drinks are full of vitamins and collagen toi help your skin. When I lived in Thailand you could buy drinks like this from the local shops for a few Baht. This one was actually quite tasty, it’s just a shame it had jelly in it. I really don’t like the texture of juice with jelly pieces. Each carton is made from 100% fruit with no added sugar and is gluten free. 

I really like this months Degustabox. All of the products are things we could quite easily take on a picnic over the summer. I’m also grateful for the introduction too Kallo products – I am seriously obsessed with the chocolate coated rice crackers. Degustabox

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*I was sent the box for review purposes. Opinions are honest and my own*


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