01/10/2014

September Degustabox - Review & Giveaway

Last week I was emailed and recieved a text to inform me that September's Degustabox was on it's way. Always something to look forward to, I was not disappointed! Ten different food product types in total with more than one of some of those items. A big food subsription box, not to be sniffed at. Here's what was in the box and our thoughts on the bits we've already devoured!
These indiviadually wrapped Bahlsen Pick Up biscuits are delicious. The new flavour 'Black n White' are two cocoa biscuits sandwiched with white chocolate. £1.69 per pack of 5.
The Elizabeth Shaw brand new dark chocolate mint thins are very tasty and very morrish (when the hubby leaves you some!) They are available from Tesco and cost £2.50.
I really love these Burts Lentil Waves. The tastiest (in my opinion) were the sour cream and chive flavour. Flash cooked in Burts Devon kitchen. They are very resonable at 69p a packet.
I'm loving the look of these and cannot wait to create a pasta dish or two with these 'Carnation Cook with it' cooking cremes. With less than half the fat of single cream, they are made from fresh milk.
Whilst trying to have more salads these Righteous dressings look ideal. They have no nasties in them and come in 225ml bottles, priced at £2.49.
Priced at £1.59 per bottle these really refreshing and tasty Little Miracle drinks are a delicious blend of organic tea and fruit juice. We prefered the Green tea one. Less than 90 calories, sweetened with agave and free from artificial colours, flavours and sweetners. Not something we would usually drink but refreshingly nice and definitely something we will buy!
This Jordans Simply Granola is my type of granola. Plain and simple with a hint of honey! I'm not one for fussy cereals. Very tasty with milk. Priced £2.69.
Sadly I've not tasted this as I don't like marmalade. This ones for hubby! La Vieja Fabrica, made with the best Seville oranges using a 170 year old recipe. £1.59 per jar.
Here we have a Crabbies Fruits alcoholic Zesty Lemon and a non alcoholic Cloudy Lemonade with a hint of Ginger. Hubby is taste tester for the Zesty Lemon. The lemonade was very tasty and you could taste a kick of ginger! I'd buy it again. Priced £1.50 and £1.20 per bottle.
So there you have it! I'm really enjoying our food boxes each month and now you can try one for yourself too! The fab people at Degustabox have kindly allowed me to run a giveaway for you, my lovely readers.
GIVEAWAY
The giveaway is for the October Degustabox, so one winner will get a food surprise! Entry is via the rafflecopter form below. Terms and Conditions can be found on the form. Please read them! Giveaway closes Midnight 13th October. Good Luck everyone.
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