I really liked the spicy theme of this Degustabox as I am rather partial to a curry and not a week goes by without me enjoying at least one. With this Degustabox I was able to make a nice chicken Balti for my husband and me using the Schwartz Balti sachet and the Cirio tinned tomatoes, I served it with the Veetee Piri Piri rice and drank the cool bottle of Kingfisher larger. It was all very, very tasty. I made my children a chicken korma using the other Schwartz sachet and they really enjoyed it. Later in the evening I ate the Nando's Peri-Salted crisps, do not be fooled by the cool blue packet, they were mega spicy, which I loved.
Everything in the Degustabox was very nice except I wasn't too keen on the strange taste of the IDrinQ but my daughter, on the other hand, loved it. The other drink, Schecker's OrganicEnergy, I much preferred, it was nice and fruity with a bit of fizz.
When I saw the box of Barry's Tea I have to admit I was rather reluctant to try it. I'm very fussy about my tea and neither the name nor the packaging of this tea gave me much hope! However, I braved it and much to my surprise it tasted really great and I haven't stopped drinking it since.
Of course the Kinder Chocolate with Cereals, the Kinder Choco-Bons and the DeBeukelaer cookies were all received with great enthusiasm by the children and me!
There were 17 items in this Degustabox, if I had bought each of these items for the recommended retail price it would have cost me £22.20 and considering the Degustabox subscription costs from just £11.99 per month including shipping, I think that's an absolute bargain!
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