It's my favourite time of the month again - it's Degustabox time! A quick run down if you haven't heard about Degustabox before, it is a food/drink/anything delicious subscription box when each month you recieve a surprise box of goodies! If you have never tried Degustabox before, as always I have an amazing discount code at the end for a huge £7 off! I must say that this is such a good box this month, one of my favourite ones so far!
What I like about the July box is that there is a tonne of drinks this month which I was really excited to try. The first drink in this months box is the ALO Drink £2.45, this drink is gluten free and fat free and in your box you might recieve one of two flavours. I had been wanted to try one of these drinks for a while and I actually really liked it! Another drink item this month is a carton of Cracker Drinks and is the Pineapple, Coconut & Lime Fruit Juice Drink £1.50. I really like this brand of juice and this option is a perfect summer drink, each serving of this provides you with 1 of your 5 a day and is less than 90 kcals. The next drink item in this months box is the Rejuvenation Water £1.99, I got the Spanish Orange option but there are three different flavours for this months box. I really liked this drink - very refreshing without being too sweet. There are also a few cans of sparkling water. There were two from Berry Organic (the Cranberry & Guava one was the best drink I have had in ages and I need to stock up!) and one from QCumber.
As always there are a couple of sweet treats in the month. First up were the Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles Infusions £1.29. I hadn't tried these before but the raspberry and pomegranate flavour was delicious, wasn't so keen on the apple and elderflower though! The next sweet item were the Brooksite Chocolates £3.40. These are light and refreshing and are different from anything I had tried before as they has exotic fruit and berry flavours blended within smooth dark chocolate - yum! The other sweet treat in this months box were four of the Bahlsen Choco Leibniz 40p each. These are individual portions of my favourite biscuits and they have already all gone - I can't get enough of these!
I always struggle with what to have for breakfast so I was so happy to see the Jordans Swiss Style Muesli £2.79 in the box! This was a firm favourite in our house and I love that it is has no added sugar! If there is one thing I can never resisit, its crisps! The Seabrooks Crisps £1.99 have a few flavours which I hadn't tried before and I couldn't wait to tuck in! I loved these and have already brought a few more bags to keep in the cupboard. I always see people eating seaweed thins so seeing the Itsu Crispy Seaweed Thins in Sea Salt Flavour (£1 each) was exciting! I haven't tried these yet but I will report back on social how I found these!
The last two items in this months box were surprisingly the most exciting to me. First is the Sarson's Balsamic Vinegar £1.99 - I love balsamic vinegar with oil and bread and this was delicious! The last item in the box was the Felix Gerkhins £2.15. I love gerkhins and I hadn't tried these ones before, I like that these are already in slices as it saves me time when making my meals (more time for Netflix!). I have been really enjoying these, a BBQ essential.
If you want to order your first Degustabox, you can use the code BLDEG15 for £7 off your box. Degustabox is usually £12.99 per month with postage and packaging included. You can find out more information and order your box - HERE.
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