Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.
Degustabox is a monthly subscription box that features a variety of 10 to 15 different food products, many times they are products that are completely new to the market. Boxes are only $19.99 a month and will ALWAYS be valued more than the price you pay. Degustabox is actually one of my favorite subscription boxes because I think it’s an amazing value and allows me to discover new products monthly.
The September box arrived at my door a few days ago and I was really excited to see some brands I buy but also some brands I’ve never heard of.
This months box featured
- King Arthur Flour Lemon Bar Mix($4.95)
- Mutti Tomato Puree($4.49)
- Post Frosted Shredded Wheat in Mixed Berry flavor($3.49)
- Goya Rice Pilaf($1.99)
- Angelic Bakehouse Sprouted Crackers($4.00)
- Lee Kum Kee Korean BBQ Stir-Fry($3.49)
- Wild Planet Albacore Tuna($4.99)
- Reese Mango Quinoa Cups($3.99)
- Natural Sins Coconut Chips($1.99)
- SunRype Fruit To Go($0.50 each)
I thought this month’s box had a really nice variety. I already purchase Wild Planet, Goya, and King Arthur Flour products often so I was really excited to see these brands included. I discovered a few new products I really liked including the Reese Quinoa Cups and SunRype Fruit To Go’s which are great for packing into lunch boxes for school or work. There was also a recipe included for Tomato and Basil Soup that uses the Mutti Tomato Puree, I made it and it was SO tasty!! It was a huge hit with my family and I plan to make it again soon. The only thing my family didn’t care for was the Angelic Bakehouse Sprouted Crackers…they are interesting but I’m sure they would be tastier if you eat them with a dip because they are a little dry.