DegustaBox July 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. This box is always so full.

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Everything in our July box!

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

Karma Wellness Water ($1.99) – This is a new way to keep the vitamins and nutrients fresh in the Karmacap until you are ready to drink your water. You just peel the seal, push the cap and shake it up and then drink away.  The Karma water is formulated with 110% of 7 essential vitamins and only 20 calories and is gluten-free, lactose-free and non-GMO.

Vermont Smoke & Cure ($1.99 each) – I laughed when I saw these. We were just at the beach and the boys in the house went through a ton of sticks like this. We’re going to take these to the pool with us.

Kala Tropical Curry Beans ($3.99) – These are delicious with just a bit of crunch. I went through most of them while catching up on my shows.

King Arthur Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies ($3.48) – This couldn’t have come at a better time. I just got a new brownie pan from Pampered Chef and I can’t wait to use this mix to make some cookie bars. The King Arthur mixes have no artificial anything and are made with just good stuff.

Goya Extra Virgin Olive Oil ($3.99) – Another perfect timing item for me. I just used the last of my EVOO and had added it to my shopping list. This is already in my cabinet ready for dinner. I use a lot of EVOO and normally just pour it out of the bottle but I really want one of the Rachael Ray Oil Dispensers. I might just have to get one so I can put my new oil in it.

Mutti Tomato Sauce ($2.29) – A great staple for the pantry. I can do so much with the a can of tomato sauce and Mutti is really delicious. This will be a great dinner starter one night.

Wise Popcorn ($.75 each) – I love the Sea Salt flavor and my son loved the Cinnabon but I thought it was a bit sweat for me. We have a second bag so maybe I’ll like it more when I dig into that bag or goodies.

Mrs. Thinsters Brownie Batter ($2.99) – I’ve liked all of the Mrs. Thinsters I’ve tried and these are no exception. I will say they are a bit sweeter then I normally go for still scrumptious and the sweetness actually helps me keep from eating the whole bag in one sitting.

Waffle Waffle ($1.79) – I’ve never thought of getting a waffle to go but this was fun. My boys shared it and I had a bit. We all liked it.

Degustabox also sends coupons and information cards for some items. This month we got a full value coupon for RXBar and some information on Mutti and King Arthur.

Another scrumptious DegustaBox this month. We always get so many fun and new things to try each month. We’ve worked our way through some of the items already and some I’m saving for a future date. I love that they send large sizes and multiples of items so I can share them around and with two growing boys they are always in my snacks.  I can’t wait to see what new items they send me next time.

Have you tried DegustaBox? Happy eating!

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  • Susan Burge (@georgiarealist)

    Don’t know about that water. While I know my hands are weak, it seemed very hard to get the powder (or whatever) to dispense from the cap into the water. I ended up having to hold the button down while shaking the bottle so the water would go up into the cap and wash the stuff out. Once there was just a little of the purple stuff in the cap and the water was a kind of bluish purple, I decided it was done enough. Not one of my favorite flavors. I can’t see going through all that, though.