12 August 2016

Degusta Box- July







So if you read my blog regularly you will know that I get a Degusta box every month to review on my blog and this month was no different, so i am going to review the products I received in this months box!

Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles Fusions- these are the same concept as the original Fruit Pastilles but they have three fusions; orange & grapefruit, Raspberry & Pomegranate, Apple & Elderflower. They were very fruity and tasty but there isn't as much variety in a normal pack of fruit pastilles. 

Alo Drink- This drink contains real Aloe Vera so obviously has lots of benefits, and makes a great drink for whilst at the gym although this is on the more expensive side at £2.45 a bottle. 

Jordans Muesli- in the previous boxes I have seen this muesli but this was swiss flavoured which contained wheat flakes, oats, raisins and almonds all containing natural ingredients for a hearty breakfast. 

Itsu Crispy Seaweed Thins- personally i don't like seaweed but for those that do I will talk about this anyway these are packed full of goodness and are priced at £1 per pack, these  super thin seaweed make a great on the go snack. 

Bahlsen Choco Leibniz Biscuits- I love these biscuits, they are priced at 40p per pack and contain two biscuits on each pack. They have a smoke like chocolate on one side and biscuit on the other and are perfect for tea dipping. 

Seabrook Crisp- These are lattice crisp in a chorizo flavour, these are one of two new flavours that have been brought out, and are priced at £1.99 each.

Rejuvenation Water- this is a amino aid enchried water, i received the orange flavour in my box which was lovely the water itself is quite weak in flavour but still nice none the less, this is meant to help with stress, anxiety and also help a hangover if drunk before your alcohol intake. 

Cracker Drinks- i was sent the coconut, lime and pineapple flavour. These contain no added sugar or sweetness and provides you with one of your five a day. These are priced at £1.50 each which is pretty standard. 

Brookside Chocolates- These are blueberry flavoured dark chocolate with a soft centre but rich in flavour these are on the expensive side at £3.40 each.


If you would like to get your hands on a Degusta box you can get £6.00 off this box using the code: BLDEG15

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3 comments :

  1. Wow all of this sounds pretty great! Here in the states the Brookside Chocolates are expensive too but you can get a large bulk bag for $10 at Costco or Sam's Club and it's so worth it! They are super addicting. (:

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    1. ow ill have to see what other treats they do!

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  2. I love those fruit pastels so yummy and the chorizo crisp!

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