This months box is full with cooling refreshments for this hot weather, I can't wait to try them. Again what I love about Degustabox is that there are so many products in there that I wouldn't buy myself either because I'm not sure if I would like them or because I think they are overpriced, but Degustabox gives you a great discount to try out these products.
So in the box this month I received:
- Sarson's Balsamic Vinegar
- Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles Infusions
- ALO Drink
- Jordons Muesli
- 2 x itsu crispy seaweed thins
- Felix Gerkins
- 4 x Bahlsen Choco Leibniz
- Seabrooks Lattic Crisps
- 2 x Berrywhite sparkling drinks
- Qcumber drink
- Brookside Chocolates...dark chocolate with a pomegranate filling
If I had bought all these separately in a shop the total would have been £23.49, the Degustabox subscription is £12.99
I'll be donating the Muesli to the food bank as I know I won't be eating that and it's better doing that than to waste it.
I've selected 3 products I wanted to show you that I'm looking forward to trying:
Contains only natural ingredients and tastes delicious - a sparkling cucumber drink. At £1.45 though, I wouldn't buy it, but if it were £1 then I might be persuaded to by on occasions.
2. Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles Infusions
Such cool flavours; orange and grapefruit, raspberry and pomegranate, apple and elderflower. I love anything with elderflower so I hope they taste just like it.
3. itsu crispy seaweed thins
I like dried seaweed from the take away so I hope they taste like that. These little packs will be great to take to work.
If you'd like to order a Degustabox, you can get £7 off your first box even if you decide not to continue with the monthly subscription. So with my referral link you'll just be paying £5.99: https://www.degustabox.com/en/register/ref/SARAHO-19B2