Monthly | Cost: $19.99/month
10-15 full size food products!
Ships via USPS
Ships to the US, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, UK
So what is DegustaBox?
“You will receive a variety of exciting food products, the items in the box will be a surprise but we can say one thing, you will always find something new and delicious!”
And if you’re in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, or the UK – you can also get DegustaBox delivered to you! The contents will be different in each area, but the items will all be awesome.
The February box!
Boboli Thin Crust ($3.99) – We’ve definitely seen a lot of Boboli in Degustabox but I’m not complaining! Their pizza crusts are super handy to have on hand when you really want pizza… but it’s too late to order. :p Thin crust also helps with the guilt of indulging in pizza late at night. And this item pairs perfectly with the next…
Boboli Pizza Sauce ($2.75) – …which is this awesome box of pizza sauce! I’m still on the look-out for the perfect pizza sauce, so I’m really excited to try this one. The best part is that they’re individually packaged (and there’s three in a box) so you don’t have to open an entire jar to have some pizza sauce.
Lundberg Family Farms Aged White Cheddar Red Rice & Quinoa Tortilla Chips ($3.29) – I do enjoy tortilla chips and I definitely love white cheddar flavored snacks so this was definitely up my alley. I loved how cheesy these were; you could 100% taste that aged white cheddar and it was marvelous. The chips have a great crunch to them too.
Mrs. Renfro’s Tex Red Amber Red Salsa, Medium Hot ($3.49) – Speaking of good pairings, chips and salsa always go together! I’m always interested in trying different kinds of salsas, so when I saw a beer salsa, I was very intrigued. This was strangely good and I can’t really describe why but the flavors all just tie together and it’s really bold. I can’t wait to use this on some tacos or burritos.
Sir Kensingtons Spicy Ketchup ($4.99) – I have to say, while I love ketchup… I’m pretty traditional when it comes to ketchup and stick to Heinz (you all know Heinz is king!). I’ve tried this brand before and while it’s nice, it’s not the same and leaves me craving for the ketchup I know and love. Add onto the fact that it’s spicy… well, I think I’m going to have to pass this on to a friend. XD
Tiger Tail Classic Mustard ($1.99) – Where there is ketchup, there is usually also mustard. I think you guys all know by now how I feel about mustard. In other words, it is not for me. XD I might smother everything in ketchup, but I stay far away from mustard. I have no doubt this is of wonderful quality but I will also have to pass this along to a friend.
The Spice Hunter Coriander Lime ($4.99) – This one’s going to be fun to play around with! The information sheet suggests pairing this with chicken, tofu, or fish and I think I’m definitely going to have to try it with chicken first. I also googled a couple of recipes and this one looks very promising.
Goya Refried Black Beans ($1.39) and Goya Refried Pinto Beans ($1.09) – You really can’t go wrong with either of these… and they’d both go well as dips/accompaniments with the chips and salsa above! Or you can make a tostada and spread a thin layer of either at the bottom before layering on the other ingredients. 😀
Luna Bars in Lemon Zest (sample sizes) – Last but not least, our one sweet treat in the box! I don’t really eat protein bars, but I won’t say no to Luna bars. These taste like lemon cookies and I love the crunch; makes it taste like a cereal bar!
The February 2018 Degustabox!
Overall enjoyment: I thought the pairings within this box was quite clever and a lot of fun. I’m really looking forward to trying the pizza sauce with the crust; I just need to go buy some cheese and other pizza toppings!
Coupon Code: Use DEGUSTA10 to take $10 off your first box, making it just $9.99!
*Disclosure: The above item was complimentary and received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received. I only review things that are in line with my interests and wouldn’t subject you, my dear readers, to boring products or subscriptions.