Friday, 4 July 2014

Review | Degustabox June 2014


It's Degustabox time again, pretty much my favourite day of the month as what's better than getting a box of treats delivered to your door? Degustabox is a monthly food subscription service that costs £12.99 per box including delivery. You can read about my first experience with the May box here to find out more about Degustabox and the service they provide.

The delivery service is great, you receive a text and email the day before to let you know when your box will be delivered by the courier. Everything is safely wrapped in the box so that nothing can break or leak. Like last month, it didn't take long for myself and my Nan to start working our way through the treats in the June box!

The first thing I pulled out of the box is the new Strawberry flavored Lambrini. I actually really liked this, it's very refreshing and tasty. It's a great drink to enjoy in the sunshine and I would definitely pick this up again.
There was also a can of Estrella Damm, a Spanish lager. I'm not a beer drinker but my Uncle really enjoyed this.
One thing I wasn't too keen on in this month's box was the Be Fast Breakfast shakes simply because I don't like banana. My Nan is keeping these in the fridge for when she doesn't have time for breakfast before work.
An extra treat in my box was the strawberry Shaken Udder Milkshake, this took me back to school lunches and I loved it! I'd definitely get these again but probably in the chocolate flavour.

I don't eat cereal but my Nan was happy to receive the Bear Alphabites as it doesn't have any added bad things or sugars. I also think my Nan is enjoying the letter shapes a bit too much!
I eat rice all the time so this pack of Veetee Basmati and Wild was great to receive. I love these packs of rice as they are so easy to cook and very tasty. I'd definitely buy this flavour again.
The Elizabeth Shaw Amaretto Flutes were something I knew would be enjoyed as we loved the Dark Chocolate Flutes from the May box, however I do think it would have been nice to see something different, they are yummy though and kick that chocolate craving.
I'm not a dried fruit fan but my Nan loves it for adding to yogurt for breakfast or snacking on during the day. The Urban Fruit Pineapple snack bag is a handy and healthy thing to keep in the cupboard if you like that sort of thing.
The last item in the June Degustabox was the Dr Oetker Madagascan Vanilla Grinder, this is going to be so convenient for baking!

Between myself and my Nan, the June box has pretty much been devoured, it's funny how much a box of surprise food treats can make us happy!
The total value of this months box if everything was bought individually is around £23.14, so over £10 more than the cost of the box. Degustabox have given me an exclusive discount code for you to use to save £3 off your first box making the cost £9.99. Code 6IJI2

What do you think of Degustabox?

6 comments:

  1. I ight have to get one of these boxes soon, they look so good!

    Hannah Heartss xx

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  2. Ooh I love these Alpha-bites! I've had them before & they're wonderful.
    Can't beat a bit of cheeky lambrini ;)

    The degust box looks so brilliant, now if I can just find a money tree....haha!

    Kelly from | DayDreams & DaisyChains

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    1. You really can't beat lambrini haha! The new strawberry flavour is lush too!xx

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  3. Ooh I love a bit of Lambrini, shh don't tell anyone!

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