Friday, February 16, 2018

February Degustabox Review and 50% Off Coupon

The February Degustabox had everything you need to prepare for the Super Bowl. The game might be over now, but Degustabox delivers a great box of foods and snacks every month!

*Disclaimer: This box was sent to See, Shop, Love! in exchange for an honest review. Post contains affiliate links. 

Degustabox costs $19.99 per month with free shipping to the U.S. Each box contains nine to 14 full-sized food and pantry items, from cookies, sauces, to cookies, and more!

You can earn Degusta Points by referring friends (50 points) and/or filling out product surveys (five points each) for the items in the box. You can then exchange these points for a free box.

February's box had 10 items that were great for hosting a Super Bowl party, or any party really, if you're not into football. Everything is always carefully packaged with recyclable bubble wrap protecting the products.

I really enjoyed the snacks in this month's box! Here's what was inside:
  • Boboli Thin Crust ($3.99) - No lie, the day I received this box I was craving pizza so I used this right away! This thin crust is 12" and perfect for creating your own pizza.
  • Lundberg Family Farms Aged White Cheddar Red Rice and Quinoa Tortilla Chips ($3.29) - These chips have a creamy white cheddar flavor and a hint of garlic. They have a great crunch and I like that they're made from rice and quinoa.
  •  Boboli Pizza Sauce ($2.75) - When I saw the pizza crust I thought hmm, I don't have any pizza sauce. But then I looked further and saw that Boboli and Degustabox took care of us this month and included a box with three packets of sauce. Perfect! I'm picky about my sauces but this one was really good, flavored with garlic and onion and Italian spices.
  • Tiger Tail Classic Mustard ($1.99) - This small batch mustard is crafted in Dyersburg, Tennessee. It has no preservatives and is made with quality ingredients. There was also a recipe card for a Super Cubano Sandwich using this mustard.
  • LUNA Bars ($1.39 for full sized) - I received three Lemon flavored bars. They're a great gluten-free snack and I like eating them for a quick breakfast. They have a crispy rice layer with a lemon creme frosting-like layer on top.
  •  The Spice Hunter Coriander Lime ($4.99) - This Coriander Lime Global Fusion rub is inspired by Thai cuisine and has a fragrant, citrusy flavor. I love experimenting with new spices but wasn't familiar with what to cook with coriander. Luckily there's a recipe card for Grilled Coconut Shrimp with Pineapple to use this with!
  • Goya Refried Black beans and Refried Pinto Beans ($1.39 and $1.09) - Beans are an essential part of my burritos and tacos and Goya always has good quality products. The other side of the product listing insert has a recipe for Warm Bean Dip that I think I'll try with these.
  • Sir Kensington's Spicy Ketchup ($4.99) - I have to admit that I really enjoy fancy ketchup. You know, the ones that are a little bit more expensive than the standard brands but are packed with so much more flavor? Sir Kensington's is great and has just a hint of spice.
  • Mrs. Renfro's Craft Beer Salsa ($3.49) - This salsa has Rahr & Sons amber lager for a unique, bold flavor. It's great on its own as a dip, or as a marinade or chili base. The info card also had a recipe for Texas Tavern Salsa Chicken that I definitely want to cook with this!
Bottom Line: This Degustabox had a great theme. I'm all for party snacks and the products featured this month are great for entertaining! I especially love the Sir Kensington's ketchup and Boboli products.

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