November Degustabox

November Degustabox
Degustabox is my favourite monthly delivery. It’s a food subscription box jam packed with tasty products that costs much less than the retail price. It’s a great way of trying out new products and a lovely monthly treat.  
This months box was really good, with lots of sweet and savoury products and even a miniture bottle of Baileys for the festive season. 

Bourne & Wallus Beetroot – £1.40

Not a brand I’d heard of, but Bourne & Wallis and a Cambridgeshire bases company who sell a range of pickles that are made using naturally grown vegetables, herbs and spices.
Ryvita Thins – £1.89
We buy these already! I love how crispy they are. They’re delicious with Primula cheese and chunks of cucumber. 
Rekordelig Dry Apple Cider – £1.49
I’m a huge fan of the fruit Rekordelig ciders but I don’t usually go for dry cider so I didn’t think I’d like this but I did! It’s really light and refreshing and not too dry or bitter. 
Belvita Soft Bakes –
They’re so nice! I’ve already repurchased them. They’re great for a a quick breakfast on the run or for an afternoon pick me up at work. 
Ryvita Green and black olive crackers – £1.29
The flavour was quite strong which is unusual for crackers. I liked them with cream cheese spread on the top. 
Food Thoughts Cocoa powder
This can be used in cooking or for hot drinks. It’s nice with hot milk for a night time warm drink which is ideal for the cold weather. 
Nim’s Fruit Crisps
I wasn’t a huge fan but the little man loved them. He scoffed the lot so we’ll have to buy them again. 
Hartleys jelly
The glitter one is going to be used in out Christmas Day trifle, I think the sparkles will look fab! The black cherry one is tasty and not too sweet, a nice change to strawberry and raspberry, which we usually buy. 
Teisseire Gourmet coffee drops
I like that they come in a handbag sized container. They’re ideal for taking into work with me. Both flavours are nice and not too sweet. They’re great as an alternative to normal coffee. 
Jim Jams Hazelnut spread
I like that this is a much healthier option for chocolate spread. It’s also sugar and gluten free. I wasn’t too keen on the fact it wasn’t smooth and I didn’t think it was very sweet, but the little man really likes it on toast. 
Butterkist Popcorn
I love Butterkist products and was glad to see two bags in this months box.  The salted caramel flavour is tasty, and perfect for snaking on during a film but my favourite was the sweet and salted. It was delicious!
Holy Lama Spice drops
I hate Mulled Wine so not something I;d want to change my red wine into but hubby seemed to like it. They smell like Christmas!
Branston Chutney
This is fab, perfect with cheese and crackers over Christmas. 
Like I said, I really enjoyed this months Degustabox. It comtained a great range of products from lots of different brands and all the products have been used in our house.
In your monthly Degustabox you can expect to receive between 9-14 product. With each box costing just £12.99 (which includes tracked delivery) it’s a fab bargain.
If you want to try Degustabox yourself you can use code BLDEG15 for a whopping £6 off at checkout.

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