Yet again we received our monthly Degustabox subscription box, priced at just £12.99 for the whole box with free delivery. This month was a festive themed box and we were lucky to receive a lovely selection of items. Subscribers only get one of the Filippo Berio products in their box but we get to try all of them to showcase what is available. So what did we receive this month? Cadbury Picnic Bites – £1.99
Picnics are one of my favourite chocolate bars so I may have shrieked to see these Picnic Bites included. They didn’t take long to eat – they were probably gone within thirty minutes of the box being opened!
Now if I was extremely happy to see the Picnic Bites, Steve was very happy to see these – jelly beans are his favourite sweet! They went down a treat.
This was something the whole family enjoyed. Made with crunch peanuts, juicy cranberries and creamy milk chocolate buttons, we all enjoyed this very much.
These have been in the boxes before and I enjoyed them then. I love having these for my breakfast and I never share – the box is all for me!
Steve had this as I am not a big fan of aloe vera drinks. Steve really enjoyed this and it is cool to know that Alo are the only quality-proven brand of Aloe vera drinks in the UK.
Dalston’s Fizzy Apple – £1.89
Steve also drank this and found it quite tasty. I tried a bit and wasn’t too sure but Steve enjoyed it.
We don’t drink coffee in our house so have gifted this to my brother in law – however it does sound quite nice!
Hand popped corn sprinkled with unrefined Fairtrade sugar, Jack enjoyed this whilst watching a movie with a friend. It didn’t last even five minutes.
Ryvita Multigrain Rye Cakes – £1.39
Whilst these do make a great snack, we aren’t the biggest fans of these so donated these to our local foodbank.
Jack and I both like tuna so this was a lovely addition to our box. It has a real unique taste and we really enjoyed it.
Kallo Organic Stock Pots (chicken flavour) – £1.80
We always use stock or stock pots in our meals so these are a very welcome addition to our pantry. Kallo are a fab brand and these new stock pots are made with organic, natural and high quality ingredients. There are three flavours available – chicken, beef or vegetable. We received the chicken flavour.
The English Provender Co.’s Caramelised Red Onion Chutney – £1.99
I don’t think you’ll find a family who loves chutney like we do and this was a very pleasing inclusion in our box. This is absolutely delicious.
Filippo Berio Classic Pesto
I am the only one to like pesto in our house so we don’t tend to make pesto dishes. I donated this to the local food bank so someone else can benefit from it.
These were great to snack on and we all really enjoyed them. We would certainly buy them again!
This is what we received and we were very impressed – a great mix of sweet and savoury items and some interesting drinks. Definitely worth the money again this month.
We were sent the box for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.