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Degustabox originally launched in the UK and is now available in the US! They send at least 10 full-sized snacks and other foods for only $19.99 per month with free shipping. You can also earn points to use towards purchases from the Degustabox store by reviewing the products in your box, or by referring friends. If you amass 100 points you can trade them in for a free box!
This month's box had 12 full-sized items! I really liked all of them and I can't wait to try them.
- Sparkling Bitters ($1.99) - This sparkling water contains bitters for a distinct, refreshing taste. There are five flavors available and I received lemon. It's made with natural ingredients and has no calories, sugar, or sodium.
- The English Provender Co. ($2.45 each) - When I saw the info card I thought we were going to receive one of the three options, but the box contained all three! There's a Caramelized Red Onion Chutney, a Luxury Lemon Curd, and Sweet Tomato and Chili Chutney. The English Provender Co. has been making small batch traditional English recipes since 1979 and these are non-GMO, vegetarian, and gluten-free.
- Nando's Peri Peri Sauce ($3.49) - I love Peri Peri sauce and I've heard a lot about Nando's, but I've never tried them because they aren't in the U.S. Or, at least, there aren't any restaurants near me. This is a blend of lemons, garlic, onion, and spices.
- Zollidrops ($4.99) - These were created by 11-year-old Alina Morse and are little candies that help reduce tooth decay and dry mouth. They're sugar free, gluten free, vegan, and kosher.
- Michel et Augustin Cookies ($1.99 each) - I love Michel et Augustin! I've had their lemon cookies from Starbucks and I was excited to try the Shortbread flavors -- Pure Butter with Sea Salt and Pure Butter and Chocolate Chips. They're delicious little crunchy shortbreads and I want more.
- PopCorners Carnival Kettle ($3.29) - I also love PopCorners! They're non-GMO verified, vegan, and gluten-free chips that are light and crisp. The Carnival Kettle flavor is the perfect mix of sweet and salty.
- Honey Bunches of Oats - This wasn't listed on the info card so I don't have a value, but in grocery stores near me a box usually costs around $4. This is one of my favorite cereals so it won't last long.
- Entenmann's Little Bites Chocolate Chip Muffin ($4.69) - These little muffins are so good. They're really dense and rich and are made with real chocolate.
- Sam Mills Gluten Free Corn Quinoa Fusilli ($2.39) - This pasta is made with 100% natural ingredients and is free from wheat, soy, egg, dairy, tree nuts, nuts, fish, and shellfish. It's also non-GMO and kosher.
- Toosum ($1.79) - These are gluten-free oatmeal bars that are only 100 calories. I like taking bars like this to work for an easy breakfast. I got the Cherry and Plum flavor.
- BustaNut! ($1.49 each) - These are flavored peanuts in a convenient snack pouch. I got the Maple Bacon and Bourbon flavors. I usually don't eat peanuts, but these flavors sound really good so I'll give them a try.
- Hak's Paks Rustic Ratatouille ($3.99) - I'm always looking for a great sauce to cook with and this one sounds delicious. It's made with tomatoes, zucchini, carrots, garlic, and onion with a blend of herbs de provence. I'm definitely going to use this in my crock pot!
Bottom Line: I know I say it every month, but I still can't believe this box is only $19.99 with free shipping! I'd spend at least twice that, if not more, if I bought all of these things at the grocery store. It's such a fun box and I love discovering the new foods they send.
If you want to give Degustabox a try, use this link to get your first box for only $9.99!