Friday, 28 October 2016
The Autumn Degustabox (With Exclusive Discount Code)
I'm back with not one but two Degustabox reviews. I hope you don't mind but as I was away at the end of September/the start of October, I've amalgamated the two reviews into one. However, the main focus will be on the most recent box; October's Autumn Degustabox.
As with every Degustabox I review, I have a brilliant, new and exclusive, discount code which takes a massive £7 off the £12.99 price, making it better than half price. All you have to do is enter the code Z4CBJ when you register.
So let's see exactly what the October Degustabox comprises of;
As someone with a bit of a sweet tooth, I was over the moon to find some sweet and chocolatey treats in the Autumn box. I'm a big fan of Brioche Pasqueir's products, having first discovered them as a result of receiving the Degustabox and these choco bars are amazing! Basically you get a mini bar of milk chocolate inside a brioche roll. Yup, it's just as tasty as it sounds! If that wasn't enough chocolatey goodness, there's a jar of JimJams chocolate spread. With 83% less sugar this is a great guilt free spread. It's also gluten free and diabetic friendly, both of which are big plus points. And then there's the bar of Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme. This stuff is SO good! I'm not a huge fan of American chocolate but I did try this for the first time a few years back in the US and it was that good that I brought about 10 bars of the stuff home. It's great to find out that you can now get it in the UK for a pretty reasonable price, with this king size bar being £1.
I've mentioned it a few times on the blog now but I've been trying to up my water intake this year and Robinsons Squash'd makes it really easy and tasty to do just that. And talk about tasty, these Beloved date fruit hearts are really nice. My personal favourite has to be the zesty orange and each bar is one of your five a day, making it a great on-the-go snack.
Now I'm not a Minions fan (I just don't get their appeal) but even I had to admit that these pasta shapes were pretty cute. These would be perfect for getting little ones excited about their dinner and paired with the Heinz Kid's pasta sauce would make for a tasty meal for little ones or those of us young at heart.
The Maggi Fusion noodles are ideal for lunchtime or to accompany a meal in the evening and both flavours are delish. As are the I AM SOUPER soups. These are high in protein, meaning they should keep you feeling fuller for longer. And anything Levi Roots related always goes down well in our household. This Smokey BBQ Coat 'n cook transforms a simple meal of chicken or fish into something pretty spectacular. I'm also rather tempted to try out the ginger beer flavour the next time I'm at the shops.
And here's the September Degustabox, well not exactly all of it...
As I mentioned briefly, as I was away on holiday when the September Degustabox arrived, it was sitting waiting on me when I got home. And after returning home to bare cupboards, I may have indulged in the Metcalfe's Skinny dark chocolate popcorn thins and the BBQ Say Yes To No Bread chips that were both originally included in this box. Both were amazing. The rest of the box was packed full of products, as per usual. The Teisseire drink is fantastic and again, is helping me to drink more water during the day. All of the Hartley's jellies have now disappeared as has the Mrs Crimbles gluten free pasta, which was so yummy for something gluten free. The rest of the products have went down well with the rest of my family too and it definitely helped to return home from what felt like days and days of travelling to a big box of food and drink waiting for me.
What do you think of these two Degustaboxes? Have you tried any of the products featured in them before? If so, what do you think of them? And how amazing is the new discount code?
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