COMPETITION: #Win a Degustabox – Monthly Subscription Surprise Tasting Box

When I heard about Degustabox, monthly subscription surprise tasting box, I was intrigued and couldn’t wait to try as I love a good old suprise.

Degustabox comes with 10 to 15 new and limited edition food products from well known brands, it´s like getting a surprise present every month. And the value is great, for a monthly fee of £12.99 including delivery, with no fixed in contract, you will get a box of delicious goodies worth approximately twice that.

January Degustabox
January Degustabox

Our January Degustabox arrived full of products, from cereals and biscuits, to soups and quinoa.

Amy’s Kitchen Chunky Tomato Soup is an organic, gluten-free and low-fat soup. I am a fan of soups, but have never tried Amy’s Kitchen before, I found it to be very tasty and great quality.

Quinola Mothergrain Express is ready cooked, they can be enjoyed cold as part of a salad or quickly reheated for be included as part of a hot meal. It is organic and fair-trade, high in nutrients and gluten free, perfect to create quick and healthy meals.

Tomato Soup, Quinoa, Tea, Coconut Water and Maggi
Tomato Soup, Quinoa, Tea, Coconut Water and Maggi

GO! Kombucha China White is an exquisitely delicate white tea, smooth and fragrant, filled pro-biotic enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

Zico Chocolate Flavoured Coconut Water is made from 85% coconut water (from concentrate) and natural chocolate flavour. Zico Chocolate is a low calorie option rich in potassium with great hydrating qualities.

Maggi’s So Juicy and So Tender range of recipe mixes are the perfect answer to quick mid-week meals. I’m a fan of Maggi’ seasoning sachets, I’ve used them several times before and it is easy and quick to make tasty meals.

Granola, Biscuits and Sweets
Granola, Biscuits and Sweets

Dorset Cereal’s Berry Granola is one of my favourite products of the box, a heavenly mix of traditionally baked oats and zingy blackberries and raspberries, using good quality products and all created in Dorset.

Goody Good Stuff sweeties are suitable for Vegetarian, Halal and Kosher diets. We tried Tropical Fruit and Sour Mix & Match, they are mouthwatering confectionary that are gluten, dairy, soy, nut and high fructose corn syrup free. The sweets are very tasty, made with high quality ingredients, natural colours and flavours.

Jules Destrooper Butter Crip are delicious biscuits made using rich summer butter and a secret blend of spices, golden-crisp butter waffle is still baked according to the 19th-century family recipe.

Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed trying Degustabox, if you would like to try, I was given a discount code for my readers, giving you a £3.00 discount when registering, simply enter the code V7GR0 at the checkout.

For your chance to win a Degustabox (different items from the ones above), please fill in the Rafflecopter below. You MUST leave a comment and subscribe by email (compulsory entries), you can also gain extra entries by tweeting (daily entry), subscribing to other social media channels, etc.

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T&C’s: The winner will be picked by Rafflecopter after the closing date on Tuesday 11th March 2014. Lilinha Angel’s World will contact the winners by email or Twitter within 7 days wherever possible and will allow 7 days for a reply. Open to over 18′s and UK only (subject to delivery restrictions). If I do not hear anything within this time period I reserve the right to redraw a winner. Lilinha Angel’s World decision is final.

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