Degustabox Review | The BBQ Box

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It is time again for my monthly Degustabox review. You too can get your own box for just £12.99 a month here – the contents always exceed the price you pay and postage is included in that monthly fee. But what did we receive this month in the BBQ themed box?

Here is what we received in the box this month:

Orangina & Orangina No Added Sugar – £1.20 each

These were a lovely refreshing treat in the box and didn’t last long in this hot weather. We already knew we liked Orangina but were super happy to see the no added sugar version in the box too as we wanted to try it. Both were deliciously refreshing, a great addition to the box.

No & More Raspberry & Blueberry water – £1.29

Spring water that has no sugar, no sweeteners, no preservatives and no artificial ingredients, I had high hopes for this water as I really like flavoured water. Unfortunately, when they say a hint of raspberries and blueberries, they really do mean a ‘hint’. The best way to describe the flavour would be like with a cup of tea where you literally dip the teabag in and then take it straight it back out again – you could barely taste the raspberry and blueberry at all.

Frylight Avocado Oil cooking spray – £2.99

As I follow the Slimming World plan, you better bet I have a cupboard FULL of the different Frylights available. I’ve added this to my pantry but am considering donating it in the Slimmer Of The Week basket next week as I don’t know when I will actually get to it.

Peckish BBQ Rice Crackers Multi Pack – £1.79

These were a hit with the whole family. These were packed full of flavour but as claimed, they are a thinner, lighter and crispier snack. These are baked and gluten free and tasted absolutely delicious.

Rosie’s Pig Raspberry Roller Cider – £2

Steve was very excited to see this in the box – we are big fruit cider fans. This cider is a raspberry and cucumber flavoured sparlkling cloudy cider. It is rather refreshing and tastes great.

Brioche Pasquier Pains Au Lait – £1.75

You know how much we love Brioche Pasquier products so it is little wonder we enjoyed these tasty brioche rolls. We toasted them with some butter and they were divine.

The Jelly Bean Factory Fairtrade Box – £1.25

I may be speaking ahead of time but I feel that this might be Steve’s favourite box of the whole year – especially when it comes to this being included in the box. He loves jelly beans so was very happy to see these in the box. Filled with 36 delicious flavours and made using Fairtrade sugar, they were a welcome treat.

Idahoan Gratin Bake – £2.30

We loved the previous Idahoan product in the boxes so were happy to see this. It takes a prep time of less than 3 minutes and a cook time of less than 30, a quick and easy meal idea.

Mighty Fine Salted Caramel Honeycomb Bar – £1

Steve also was happy to see this. Made with finely crafted honeycomb, it was the most delicious treat and we all tried a little bit. So tasty!

Great British Biscotti Co – £1.30

I love biscotti and this buttery crumbly treat had such a delicious flavour. I only wish there were more of them.

Capsicana Cook Sauces – £1.99

We don’t usually use cooking sauces anymore due to not knowing what is in them – these are packed full of flavour but we won’t be purchasing them in the future, despite enjoying them, as they’re packed full of oil. I can see why they are the Product Of The Month though, they are very flavourful.

Fyre fruit drinks – £1.29 each

These are both refreshing fruity drinks with a kick of spice. They are tasty but not something I would drink everyday, if you know what I mean.

Overall we were very impressed with the box this month – it seemed much more catered towards the everyday person rather than particular people. There was a good mix of products that the whole family could enjoy and I cannot wait to see what they deliver next month.

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