DegustaBox June 2017 Subscription Box Review + First Box 50% Off Coupon!

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DegustaBox is a monthly subscription box that brings your favorite food and snacks to your doorstep. The subscription costs $19.99 per month in the US, £12.99 per month in the UK and you’ll get a box filled with 10-15 products and goodies! We love this box and all of the goodies that come for us to try. I love the size of this box. It is always big and so full!

The brown butcher paper keeps all of the goodies nice and neat inside. DegustaBox does a great job of wrapping the glass jars in bubble wrap and keeping things from getting broken and there are so many full-size items in the box everything is all packed in and good for shipping.

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Everything in the June box!

The information sheets are always great and full of information on the included items.

The back has a recipe or two with some of the included items. We will be making these shrimp tacos one night. They look delicious. I just had some lobster tacos from the Cousin’s Main food truck over Memorial Weekend and this reminds me of them and they were delicious.

Navitas Naturals Tart Cranberry Bar ($1.89) – These bars are crafted in small batches using only certified, plant based and minimally processed ingredients. My husband is working all over this week and will be on the go a lot so I added this to his stash of goodies to go.

Briannas Cilantro Lime Dressing ($3.99) – I set this aside to use when I make the shrimp tacos. I am already trying to figure out when I can get those made.  I’m a huge fan already of Briannas and their dressings already so I’m sure this one is also fantastic.

Ritz Crisp & Thins Cream Cheese & Onion ($1.29 each) – A new flavor and they are so good. I’ve already downed a bag and am taking the other bag to the pool with me tomorrow. I’m having a girls day with some friends and this will be my snack.

Hodgson Mills Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins ($3.27) – My neighbors have two kids that are gluten free so I usually keep any GF snacks I get for when they come over but since this is more of a bakeable thing, I’m going to pass this onto them. They are always looking for good GF food for the girls.

Brooklyn Organics Craft Ginger Ale in Coconut ($2.00) – Nope, not my thing. I love a good Ginger Ale and the more bitter the better but you loose me with the coconut. My youngest is a coconut fan but he doesn’t love ginger ale so we are saving this one for when Nana comes over. She loves both and this will be a fun treat for her here.

Julians Recipe Waffle Thins in Meyer Lemon ($3.99) – These were actually pretty good. I wasn’t so sure and when looking at them they reminded me of small pizelles that my neighbor makes at the holidays.  I wasn’t sure what to expect but they weren’t bad. Not sure I would eat them all the time but they were fun for something different and I’ll finish the bag.

Bean Crisps from POPCorners ($3.29) – These weren’t bad either. I actually had a couple and dipped them in my salsa. Being that they are gluten free and I know the neighbors will be over this weekend I set them aside for them to have when they come over. I love that the kids run through my house and I like having things here for them all to eat.

Entenmann’s Mini Apple Pie Snacks ($4.69) – Another thing that went in my hubbies to go bag. He loves these kinds of things and I just don’t ever think of buying them so he was really excited.

Bibigo Go-Chu-Jang Barbecue Sauce ($4.99) – It is getting to be grilling season and this will be delicious on some ribs. I’m going to add them to my grocery list and grab them next time I’m at the store. The weather has been fantastic and some ribs with grilled corn sounds fantastic right now.

Vitar Energy Wintergreen Flavor Mints (bonus extra) – I’m a soda drinker which gets me enough extra caffeine but I have a sister in college so adding this to her next surprise box. I like to send her little extras every couple of months and she will for sure use these.

Another full box came in from DegustaBox this month. Lots of things I’ve already tried and some I’m passing on to people who will love them more but a great collection of new to us items. I love finding new things that we can’t wait to get more of and to just find things I had no idea even existed. I can’t wait to see what goodies they come up with for next month.

Have you tried DegustaBox? Happy eating!


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  • Susan Burge (@georgiarealist)

    The ginger ale was pretty good, but I’d have liked it better without the coconut. Doesn’t really go all that well together, in my opinion. The bean crisps, muffin mix and breath mints will go to my college student grandson – I never like bean snacks as I always get a stale bean aftertaste from them. Don’t need extra caffeine, and don’t need a whole batch of muffins around either. That has to be the smallest jar of ketchup I’ve ever seen – I also got a squeeze bottle of Sir Kensington’s Mustard in my box. Slowly trying the other things. I’ve been wanting to try Go-chu-jang sauce, so I was happy to see it.