Degustabox | February

Box sent for purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

We were recently sent the February Degustabox. After a being a little underwhelmed with the January box, we couldn’t wait to see what this box contained. You can buy your very own box here. So what did we get – and more importantly, what did we think?

There’s such a wide variety of items in this months box – the product of the month this month was Primrose’s Kitchen muesli. What did we think of it?

Primrose’s Kitchen Raw Beetroot and Ginger Muesli – £4.99

I knew as soon as I pulled this out of the box that it would be mine and mine alone – Steve is not a fan of beetroot and I know Jack wouldn’t like the flavours of this. This muesli is the product of the month and is described as a vital and delicious combination of fresh English beetroot, zingy ginger, British gluten free oats and virgin coconut oil.

It is a zingy healthy breakfast option and I loved it. The fact that it is also gluten free is even better as it means my Mum can try it too.
True Nopal Cactus Water – £3.49

I am one of those people who doesn’t really like all the different waters out there – aloe, coconut etc. I always pass them onto Steve. This has half the calories of coconut water and no added sugar. This was refreshing and a great alternative to the stuff we normally drink.
Indie Bay Snacks Sunflower Pretzel Bites Superseeds – £2.49

Now I’m not always the biggest fan of pretzels but I could sit and eat these bites all day. They’re deliciously crunchy and have less than 100 calories per portion – a tasty yet guilt free snack, what’s not to love?
Dr Karg’s Organic Emmental Cheese & Pumpkin Seed Crispbread – £2

Crispbreads are normally something I don’t like but these are ever so tasty – I think it must be the Emmental cheese flavour. These are made with wholegrain natural fire and have no additives.

Haribo Fruitilicious – £1.29 each

Now we were always going to be happy with these. We LOVE Haribo in this house so these were a very welcome addition. They are delicious and contain 30% less sugar than regular sweets but with the same taste. We loved these and had to stop ourselves from eating them all in one go.

The Protein Ball Co. Cherry & Almond – £1.99

I don’t eat protein bars or balls but Steve does, he usually has one after a round of golf so I gave these to him. He loves cherry flavours so these went down a treat. They have a handful of raw pitted dates, free range egg white protein, juicy sultanas and sour cherries. They are said to taste like Cherry Bakewells and they definitely do!Tootsie Roll Midgees – £2.50

We know Tootsie Rolls from across the pond and these were incredible – I had to stop myself from eating loads in one go and I know Steve did too. They’re super tasty but super moreish.KitKat Chunky New York Cheesecake Bar – 65p

We are big KitKat fans in this house – the New York Cheesecake flavour is something Steve and Jack both really enjoy so they shared it together willingly and happily.

Emily Crisps – 99p

I have seen these a lot on Emily Leary’s Instagram so was very excited to try them and I wasn’t disappointed. These crunchy fig banana crisps are made from only the finest and freshest produce and taste amazing. I’m a big fan of fruit and vegetable crisps and these didn’t disappoint.

What would be your favourite item from the box? I’d love to know!


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