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January 2016 Degustabox

I'll give it to Degustabox this month - its an incredible box and I have found some new favourites food products which I will definitely be repurchasing! If you don't know what Degustabox is, it is a food subscription box for just £12.99 a month (P&P included) you receive a box full of food from drinks to chocolate to noodles. You get a surprise selection every month. If you have never had a Degustabox before, I have a £6 off code for you at the end of this post! 
January 2016 Degustabox
January 2016 Degustabox
January 2016 Degustabox
The first thing in this months box is the Finn Crisp Original Crispbreads (£1.20). I love these for lunch time or having as a little snack throughout the day with some salsa or dip. These are so crunchy and are made from wholegrain with tonnes of fibre, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Another snack type item in this months box is the Yushoi Snapea Rice Sticks (£2) and this bag of deliciousness is my favourite item out of the whole box. I would have never picked these up in a supermarket but I actually have already eaten the whole bag and picked up a couple more! These are my new favourite crisps and only have 99 calories per 21g serving. There is a bar of Conscious Chocolate (£3) which are raw, organic and vegan - I did try it but it was far too intensive for me so I passed it into my Dad who loved it! 

There are two different drinks in this month box. The first one is the Coldpress Apple Juice (£1.40). This was another favourite from this months box for me, it was the nicest apple juice I have had in a long time and I know this in stocked in my local supermarket so I will be adding it to my shopping list! The second drink was a bottle of Tsingtao (£2) to celebrate the Chinese New Year! I'm not a fan of anything alcoholic apart from Baileys so my Dad drank it for me and said it was good! There is also a Clarks Carob Fruit Syrup (£2.39) which is a naturally sweet syrup which can be used to sweeten drinks and even be used in baking. It is suitable for vegetarians, vegans and diabetics as part of a controlled diet. 

Next in the box is a box of Jordan's Country Crisp Fruit & Nut Cereal (£2.69). I love trying out new cereals but I have never tried any from this brand because they always seemed slightly expensive so I am looking forward to trying them and seeing if it is worth the money. I have never heard of Slim Noodles (£2.49) but I am looking forward to trying them out for a dinner one evening this week. These are fat and gluten free and have only 9 calories per 100g serving. Next is the Amoy New Taste of Asia (£1.79 x2) curry sauces, I think my Dad will really enjoy these! I like that there are two different flavours included. The last item in this months box is the DB Discovery which is a Crobar (£2.25). This is gluten and dairy free and is free from added sugar and is Paleo friendly. 

As I mentioned at the beginning, Degustabox is usually £12.99 a month but you can get £6 off your first box with the code BLDEG15 and you can sign up here - link


This post contains a press sample, all opinions are my own. 


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