I can’t quite believe its now my 3rd month of receiving my Degusta box! I feel like as more months pass the more exciting it gets. Getting that delivery text message the day before almost makes it hard to sleep. I sometimes feel like a kid on Christmas Eve! Honestly, receiving these boxes has really made lockdown that more bearable. Its given me something that I can look forward to each month, which is few and far between at the moment.
This months box is all about home comforts – which is very fitting right now isn’t it?! Every time I open my box I always say to myself, how do they know me so well? Nearly every time I have had a box they have included something I absolutely love. I feel like Degusta know me.. they really know me! The box contains some really exciting products this month, and perfect for those long lockdown days.
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I was kindly gifted these items by Degusta box to review. However all thoughts and opinions are my own.
The box was filled with 12-15 new released snack items in the UK. The great thing about the box is that you pay less than what you’d pay normally in the store (which is such a plus!). Their boxes are £12.99 a month and have a retail value of £20. As the title of todays post says, I’m going to be doing a review of my February Degusta box and showing you everything I got along with a review of my favourite 3 items.
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HERES WHAT THE BOX CONTAINED
Bounce Almond plant Protein Ball – £1.69
Boka Caramel/Choco Mallow Cereal Bar – £0.75 each
Milkybar Cookies & Cream Sharing bag – £1.59
BelVita Soft Bakes/Chocolate and Blueberry – £0.60 each
Jaffa cakes/Passion Fruit & Cherry – £1.20
Hartleys Strawberry Jam – £1.59
Lost the Pot Noodle/ Roasted Chicken and Sweet Chilli – £0.80 Each
Knorr Vegetable & Beef Stock Pots – £0.95 each
Koko Original Milk – £1.50
Elements Vitamin Tea – £3.99
Hilltop Blossom Honey x2 – £0.75
Very Lazy Chopped Chillies – £1.50
SOME OF MY FAVOURITES
KOKO – COCONUT MILK £1.50
Believe it or not I actually drink coconut milk as an alternative to cows milk. I have NEVER liked milk so have always tried alternatives like coconut or oat milk. Now when I tell you this milk is amazing, I really mean it. I have tried it before but having this in my box just reminded me how nice it really is.
Jaffa cakes – £1.20
If you’re from the UK you’ll know how iconic Jaffa cakes are. Now if you’re not from the UK, they are basically little biscuits (which is actually more the consistency of cake) and they have chocolate on one side and a fruity jelly in the middle. These new flavours were so nice! Very different to the original orange. I preferred the passionfruit to the cherry!
ELOMENTS VITAMIN TEA – £3.99
I am not a tea drinker unless its green tea but I gave this a try and actually quite liked it! It was very different to anything I had ever had before and the fact it gives you vitamins whilst drinking it is a big plus for me!
DEGUSTA BOX HAVE KINDLY PROVIDED MY READERS WITH A DISCOUNT CODE WHICH GIVES £3 OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER. USE CODE ‘QZSK0’.
What snacks looked good to you this month? I think they all looked so incredible. One thing I really love about Degusta box is how its a family affair every time it arrives. Not only do I get to enjoy what’s in there but so do my family. I sit there and pass out snacks like I am Santa! Its so much fun!