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Lifestyle - June Degustabox Review + £7 off discount code

Hey lovelies,
Today I have something a bit different for you, Its a monthly subscription box but it's not your regular box filled with beauty products its FOOD, yeah you read that right Degustabox* is a monthly subscription box that sends you between 10 & 15 food and drink products many new to the market, amazing right so if you are a foody like me and like you're grub, stick around to read more.

June's box is a BBQ inspired box with many of the products, great for using when barbecuing or just for Summer days and nights.

I love to make my own homemade burgers so can't wait to try out the Schwartz burger mix just add to mince to make perfectly seasoned and flavoured burgers, Um yes please. To accompany a BBQ we also have Haywards medium tangy pickled onions and Branston spicy tomato relish perfect to adding to a Summer plate of food, I do love a good relish so looking forward to that, I reckon it will yummy in a sarnie too.

What better on a warm day then a refreshing drink, the Zeo cloudy lemonade is not only made from natural ingredients its low in calories and long gone in my house as its totally delicious, If you are a lager drinker you may like the Marstons King star lager, I'm not a fan of lager but my hubbie really enjoyed and said it was a really refreshing drink. 

Having a sweet tooth the sweet treats in this box of course immediately caught my eye how exciting does the bakedin belgian chocolate mug brownie mix look I can't wait to try this, but think I will wait till I'm alone as I don't want to share!!  

Talking of sharing this box also contained not only a share size but a smaller individual portion of Butterkist's new yogurt coated popcorn, the larger pack is great for movie nights with the family or maybe outside with friends having drinks and the smaller packs come in a handy multipack making it perfect for packed lunches and at only 95 calories a portion a guilt free treat, and I can tell you it tastes amazing I will 100% be purchasing more of this stuff.

The belgian Butter biscuits are of course defo not the guilt free option but totally yummy none the less.

For the last of the sweet goodies and for those of you that like Ice lollies, there is the Smooze mango & Coconut freeze at home fruit ice that's made from coconut milk and 50% fruit making it free from most allergens and 100% vegan, so that anyone can enjoy an icy treat.

Lastly if you are a keen cook and like to prepare quick fresh meals at home there is Amoy Coconut milk perfect for making Asian style dishes including curries and deserts, Sacla single serve pesto pots great for adding to chicken and pasta to make tasty meals and without the waste of opening a jar and throwing half away, something that always used to happen in my house as I'm the only pesto lover, and miracle noodles low calorie, soy, gluten free and Vegan noodles great for a Chinese meal or as a snack.

I have totally loved this months box, if you fancy trying Degustabox* box for yourself its super easy, with no commitment necessary,and at only £12.99 a month its a pretty good value way of you and you're family trying new and exciting food, I also have a cheeky discount code meaning you get a whooping £7 of you're first box' pretty good eh just use code  BLDEG15 at the checkout.

Let me know what you think to Degustabox? 


  1. it just sounds like such a fab idea! And I really do love how there is no commitment, that is usually what makes me not want to try anything like this. But it looks fab!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  2. Was such a great box this month! xoxo

  3. Wow this looks amazing, the snooze lollies are my favourite, they taste amazing! Gemma x


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