This month's Degustabox is absolutely jam-packed with products. As with every Degustabox review that I do, I have a fantastic and exclusive discount code for you to use to take a massive £6 off the £12.99 price tag. All you have to do is enter the code BLDEG15 when you register.
So what exactly does the February box comprise of, well let's see;
Now this is exactly up my street in terms of the products that have been included in this month's box. I've had more of a sweet tooth than I normally have, in the past couple of months so I was over the moon to see so many incredible sweet treats included in the February box. First up we have the four Hartley's jellies. I'm already a big fan of their jelly range but it was great to try some new flavours as well as the 10 cal variety. They definitely make for guilt free snacking. Talking of feeling a bit guilty when consuming sweet treats, I've already devoured both Divine Chocolate Caramel bars and I can confirm that they were just as amazing as they sound.
Back to some sweet products that don't make you feel too guilty about eating them all in one sitting. The Mr Kipling Cranberry, Orange And Oat Slices are so scrumptious but the fact that they don't look like your typical Mr Kipling treat makes me feel much better about indulging in one of them. Then we have the Beloved Date Bars, which again look a little bit healthier than the sweets that I normally snack on during the day. I've found that they're great to take with you on the go for when you need a little snack to perk you up during a long day. As a family we also can't sing the praises for Nutribix Wholegrain Cereal enough. They're basically like a crunchier and tastier version of Weetabix and you do feel quite healthy after starting the day off with a bowl of cereal instead of scoffing a couple of biscuits in a rush like I normally do in the am.
Moving away from all things sweet but still staying in the snacking territory, we have two brilliant bags of what are essentially crisps. I knew that I already adored the Ritz Crisp & Thins as these are a regular staple in our house and the Sea Salt & Black Pepper flavour is just fantastic. I've been trying to cut down on the amount of crisps that I eat by treating them as more of a treat instead of an everyday necessity and these Sweet Chilli crisps from The London Crisps Co. are perfect for just that. I might have eaten practically the whole bag on Saturday night whilst having a bit of a movie night.
It was also great to find a bottle of Sarson's Malt Vinegar in this month's box. There's nothing better than chips drizzled in vinegar so I can't wait to put this to good use the next time that I have chips with my dinner.
And last but not least, we have the drinks that were included in the February box. As I mentioned above, this month's box is absolutely packed full to the brim with products and great products at that. First up we have the Nari Palm Juice. This immediately appealed to my health-conscious brother who gave it his seal of approval. The same can be said for the VitHit Citrus drink. You're basically getting your recommended daily allowance of 8, yes 8, vitamins all for just 35 calories. I was definitely more interested in trying the J20 Spritz drinks. The flavours, Apple & Watermelon and Pear & Raspberry, are certainly the kind to catch my eye so it was no surprise that I loved them.
Overall the February box was incredibly impressive. I can only hope that March's box will lead to as many exciting discoveries as this one.
What do you think of this month's box? Have you tried any of the products featured in February's box before? If so, what do you think of them?