Degustabox February 2017 Review

It is Degustabox time on the blog! We received the February box a couple of days back and I thought I would quickly share the contents of the box with all of you. For those of you who haven't heard of or tried Degustabox, here is some information about them.

Degustabox is a monthly food subscription box. For £12.99 (including shipping) you receive around 10-15 food and drink products in your surprise box. Many of the products in the box are new launches and so it is always exciting to try them. Here at DB Reviews, we are always excited to see what is included in the monthly food box and the February box was no exception. As always it is an interesting selection of products and we are looking forward to trying them.

Degustabox February 2017 Review



We haven't tried out all the products yet but I will update this post with my feedback on all the products as we try them.

The February box contained:
  • Heinz No Added Sugar Beanz - 2 X £0.65
    Happy to see two small cans of beans with no added sugar.
  • Koko Dairy Free Original - £1.50
    A dairy free alternative made with freshly pressed coconut milk, I might use this in my 'Kheer' recipe. Kheer is an Indian rice pudding which can be made with vermicelli, rice or tapioca.
  • Coldpress Juice - £2.79
    I loved this cold pressed Berry Beets juice. It was very flavourful and the fact that it is packed with more nutrients and vitamins than conventional pasteurised juices was a bonus.
  • Blossom Hill - £4.99
    This has been reserved for Saturday evening and I am sure I will enjoy it. There are two flavours in the Fruit Bloom range - Elderflower and Summer Fruits and we received the former.
  • Double Dutch Premium Mixer
    As the name indicates it is a mixer - in Pomegranate and Basil flavour - but it tasted lovely on its own.
  • New York Delhi's Americanos - £1.00
    I had never tried these earlier and surprisingly liked it. These are roasted Guatemalan coffee beans coated with silky dark chocolate. If you like the rich and intense taste of coffee, you will like these.
  • Diablo Chocolate - £0.95
    Chocolate coated wafer that has no added sugar.
  • Willy Chase's Fitcorn (Prices range from £1.99 to £2.19)
    We received Apple Cider Vinegar flavour and loved it. There are four other flavours in the Fitcorn range.
  • Maui and Sons Banana Chips - £1.00
    I love Banana chips (it is quite popular in South India) and chocolate. But I did not like this combination of the two.
  • Peppersmith - £1.50 each
    Mints and gum sweetened with Xylitol (no sugar, no aspartame). Very handy. I liked these.
  • Kabuto Noodles - £1.99
    Loved this Vegetable Laksa - flavourful, filling and quick to make. I will be stocking up on these.
  • Bebeto Cheese Cake Gummies and Candy Crush Gummy Mix - £1.69 each (Product of the month)
    I loved the packaging and the idea behind these. How I wish they were suitable for vegetarians. Have passed these on to a friend and will update soon with their feedback.
  • Just Bee Honey Water (Blueberry)
    Loved this. Refreshing, natural flavour and perfect for a warm afternoon.
Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review

Degustabox February 2017 Review



There was also a free sample in this month's box  - Willy's Apple Cider Vinegar. I am looking forward to trying this.

So that was the February Degustabox. If you liked the contents of the box and/or the concept of Degustabox and want to try out the box yourself, then simply visit their website and place your order.


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