13 Dec 2016

Degustabox November Review - Surprise Foodie Box & £7 Discount!

The November Degustabox is always my favourite of the year as it's the Christmas Box! This month it was so packed with surprise foodie treats that I couldn't even fit all the products into the photo above.

It's always exciting opening up the Degustabox but even more so when the box is so festive looking! if you're thinking of treating yourself or a loved one to a Degustabox gift then don't forget to use the discount code below for £7 off your first box.

Discount Code - £7 off!: 8TL75

Degustabox is a monthly foodie subscription service that sends out a range of specially selected foodie products. There's always a great mix of new products that I haven't tried before, as well as plenty of treats from more established brands. Each Degustabox costs £12.99, delivery costs are included in the price, and there is no fixed contract involved - you can cancel at any time.

The discount code is a massive £7 off, making the first box only £5.99 delivered! Check out the Degustabox website below and enter the new discount code: 8TL75

Here's a quick round up of all the products I received in the November Degustabox:

Ahmad Tea Citrus Mint Sorbet Green Tea: This innovative flavour is part of the Ahmad Tea Dessert Collection which also includes; Pear & Cinnamon Struedel, Strawberry Velvet Cake and more. The Citrus & Mint Sorbet is a refreshing palate cleanser with a lovely mint flavour. 

Pipers Crisps: The latest flavour from Pipers Crisps is hand cooked potato crisps with a wild thyme and rosemary gathered from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. This classic flavour combination is absolutely delicious here with the plentiful seasoning and fresh tasting herbs. 

The Good Cider: Two bottles of craft cider in fruity flavours. The Wild Berries is made using the freshest blackcurrants and cranberries whilst the Strawberry Lime has sweet strawberries and a squeeze of tangy lime. 

J20 Glitterberry: The festive limited edition is back. J20 Glitterberry is a unique grape, cherry and spice flavour drink with edible glitter that sparkles when the bottle is shaken. I reviewed it a few year ago fully here - J20 Glitterberry Review

Butterkist: I was pleased to find two bags of Butterkist in the November Degustabox - a large sharing bag of the last Choc Mallow flavour and a small bag of the Sweet Cinema Style. 

The Choc Mallow popcorn is described as popcorn with a chocolate marshmallow flavoured toffee coating. There aren't any marshmallow pieces as such but surprisingly there is plenty of marshmallow flavour coming through. The chocolate flavour is more subtle but I still enjoyed this popcorn overall. 

Michel et Augustin: Four cookie squares made with dark chocolate and a pinch of sea salt. The cookie base is deliciously buttery and is enriched by the rich dark chocolate. As a fan of sweet and salty combinations, I loved the little hint of salt that came through at the end of every bite.

Ryvita Crackers: A box of four packs of individually sealed crackers. These are very useful at this time of year! I received the Cracked Black Pepper flavour but there's also a Golden Rye and Green & Black Olive flavour available. 

Broderick's Crunchy Slam Dunk Peanut Chunk: This funky named offering is an award winning combination of peanuts, crunchy rice krispies, Belgian chocolate, all topped with a thick layer of chunky peanut butter and marbled chocolate. It's a must for any peanut butter fan with it's super sweet flavour and crispy texture.

The Gruffalo Golden Apple Fruit Drink: A fruit juice made with golden apple juice and natural Stevia sweeteners. There are no added sugars so apparently this fruit juice is school approved. My kids are not really fans of apple juice so I've been enjoying this myself.

Christian Potier Sauce: This box contains three single serve pouches of Hollandaise sauce. The Christian Potier range is made with natural ingredients and no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. It's very conveniently portioned and is quick and easy to prepare in the microwave.

Jules Destrooper Butter Crisps: Gorgeously buttery biscuits made with simple ingredients such as butter, sugar, eggs and flour. I've reviewed them previously here - Jules Destrooper Butter Crisps Review

Hartley's Glitter Jelly: Continuing the sparkly theme of this months Degustabox there are also two packs of Hartley's Glitter Jelly. This is such a fun and easy treat for the kids. Take a look at my previous review here - Hartley's Glitter Jelly Review.  

Overall, I was pleased with the selection in this months Degustabox. From the cute Christmas themed box to the delicious treats inside, it was a thoroughly enjoyable box. It's difficult to choose from such a packed box but my favourites this month were the Butterkist Popcorn, the Pipers Crisps and the Michel et Augustin Cookie Squares.

For more details on Degustabox:

Degustabox website: www.degustabox.com/en

I received a Degustabox in order to provide an honest review.


  1. unrelated to this post, but i bought some Cherry Dr Pepper in Home Discounts (i think its called that, its a shop in the high street that i dont often go in, thats like home bargains) - looks like it came from somewhere in europe - only ever seen it in US import stuff.

    1. Thanks Danielle, I'll look out for that one!

  2. Nice to see you back after awhile and looks like the December box is a good one for sure .��


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