Thursday, 11 December 2014

November Degustabox

At the end of November I was sent my third Degustabox which is the winter box! 

For those of you not familiar with Degustabox they are a food box subscription service and 
every month they select and send out an exciting range of new and limited edition products from
a range of fab foodie brands.

The November box has 8 fab foodie treats and a mini sample sized item. 


So first of all we have two cans of Cool Dawn which is a herbal detox drink that helps cure 
and prevent hangovers. It presents a complex and unique combination of citrus and liquorice. 
It contains no stimulant ingredients and is not carbonated. 
I let my hubby try these out since I don't drink that often and also 
as I am not a huge fan of liquorice.
To be honest Stuart wasn't that keen on the taste and was unable to really tell if this worked 
for him or not. 

Next we have the Montano cider which is an elegantly crafted Italian cider 
made from apples grown in the foothills of the Trention region of northern Italy. 
Again I let Stuart have this but I did have a cheeky little sip. 
Not being a huge cider fan myself (unlike my hubby)  I was very impressed with the taste 
and would definitely see myself having a glass or two of this in the future.
Stuart also enjoyed this and thought it was a lovely treat after a hard week at work.


Cool Dawn £1.49
Montano Italian cider £2.79
 Next up we have a sample of Drink Me Chai's award winning spiced Chai latte. 
A blend of exotic spices, milk and sweetened tea the product is a just add water or milk
for that instant taste of India. 

Moving on we have Pip Organic fruit juice in apple. 
The fruit juice was really lovely and I really enjoyed it! 
Pip Organic is a family run business that produces an award winning range of pure
organic juices and smoothies.


Pip Organic £1.50


Lindor My Melting Moment is a fab chocolaty treat that is hand lovingly crafted by Lindt. 
The 20g chocolate allows you to melt away in a moment of pure bliss. 
Elegantly wrapped in the snowflake shape is filled with irresistibly smooth melting Lindor milk chocolate.
Perfect this Christmas.

Lindor My Melting Moment 65p

Holy Cow! was these sauces such a lovely delight making our dinners
taste authentic with natural ingredients. With no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. 
They are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and coeliacs.
We enjoyed both of the flavors the Korma and the madras chettinad that we were sent
 
Kent's Kitchen flavor shots are high on my list of items to buy in the future. 
They are brilliantly quick and are an easy way to jazz  up  diced meat or prawns. 
These clever gel shots coat the meat or prawns whilst cooking and add a delicious taste to enhance meals. 
These are perfect for wraps, with rice or jacket potato's, on salad or even to coat pasta.  
We were sent the BBQ flavor which we love as we are huge BBQ sauce fans in our home. 

Holy Cow Indian Curry Sauces £1.69
Kents Kitchen Flavor Shots £1.85

Back by popular demand are Kettle Chips two most loved seasonings as limited editions for Christmas.
We were sent the lovely Salsa and Mesquite which was one of the original seasonings when the brand launched 
back in 1988. It combines tomatoes, chilies, peppers and the aroma of barbecues.
We really enjoyed this bag of crisps which was gone pretty fast! 
The other limited edition flavor is Stilton and Port which is a rich and distinctive flavor which brings together
the creamy notes of Stilton cheese with the sweetness of port wine. 

Last of all from the popular brand Branston we have the new Branston Chutney! 
Create your perfect dining experience with one of the fab flavors. 
The Caramelized Onion Chutney works perfectly with any after dinner cheese and bread or if like us
we had some on the side of a cheese toasty and also when we had a curry. 
The Mediterranean tomato goes well with smokey meats, cheddar and biscuits.

Kettle Crisps £2.19
Branston Chutney £1.50


What do you think of this months box?

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