Each Degustabox contains between 9 and 14 products from well known and / or up-and-coming brands.
It's a fun way to discover new brands and to try food and drink products you may not otherwise discover or add to your supermarket trolley.
So what was in the March box?
|The contents of the March Degustabox|
Once you have received your box, you are encouraged to review the products and let the brands know what you thought - whether you liked the item or not.
The March box contained, as per the previous boxes, a lovely mix of sweet and savoury treats. There is a selected list of products for each month published on the website but not everyone receives the same combination. The element of surprise adds to the fun.
Once again, there was a mixture of brands I already knew but quite a few I'd heard of but not got round to trying - which is really the point of Degustabox.
There were 10 products from January's selection and 1 from a selection which Degustabox call their "Db's Discoveries".
This time, instead of Degustabox's products of the month we have two products just right for the breakfast table.
Brioche Pasquier, Weetabix On The Go & Good Hemp Original
|The Breakfast Table Products|
Weetabix On The Go (2 x £1.50) is a breakfast drink with extra protein which contains all the energy and fibre of a Weetabix cereal with milk in a smooth, tasty drink. The Husband has also claimed these for his next trip to London.
|Good Hemp Original - a dairy free alternative to milk|
Metcalfe's Skinny Popcorn - Cinema Sweet (£1.50) and Pipers Crisps - Cheddar & Onion (£2.00)
|Ideal movie watching fare!|
Pipers Crisps have won 23 Gold Great Taste Awards and are made from locally sourced potatos cooked in sunflower oil. I wish I could tell you what these tasted like but the Husband and Ieuan got there first.
Karyatis Meze To Go & Kent's Kitchen Stuffing in Apricot, Apple & Ginger
|Two quirky new finds|
Kent's Kitchen Apricot, Apple & Ginger Stuffing (£1.85) is designed to spice up your roast dinner. It's made from all natural ingredients with chunky pieces of fruit, herbs and spices. All you have to do is add water, stir and bake. Each pot serves four.
Parle Hide & Seek and Monaco Biscuits
|Sweet & Savoury Biscuits|
Parle Monaco biscuits (£0.39p) are tasty, crispy biscuits sprinkled with salt.
Kallo Quinoa and Seeds Multigrain Cakes & Kallo Milk Chocolate Rice Cake Rounds
|Kallo Multigrain and Chocolate Rice Cakes|
Lindt White Chocolate Gold Bunny & Chewits Sweets
|My favourite combo!|
Lindt White Chocolate Gold Bunny (£2.99) - you know Easter's arrived when these little fellas start to appear. They certainly make a regular appearance in our house.
Chewits chewy sweets (4 x £0.35) were a part of my childhood and are an iconic British confectionery brand now loved by my kids as well.
The total retail value of the box is £21.59, good value given the cost of the box was £12.99.
If you like the excitement of a monthly present and enjoy trying out new brands, I think Degustabox is a great scheme. I'd place it firmly in the 'treat' category but the price is low enough to make it attractive. A Degustabox subscription would also make a great gift. You can cancel at any time, as long as you give them sufficient notice to stop next month's box.
Please note, though that Degustabox can only deliver to Mainland UK and not to Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands and Islands and you must be over 18 to order.
I also have a discount code for £6 off your first box. Simply enter BLDEG15 at the checkout.
Further information is available at the Degustabox UK website, or you can talk to them on Facebook or on Twitter.