November 2018 Degusta Box Review


Degusta Box
The Breakdown:
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 Degusta Box?

“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 Degusta Box delivered to you! The contents will be different in each area, but the items will all be awesome.


The November information sheet! This month’s theme is movie night and if you’ll notice, they have revamped their packaging from the box to the little sticker inside. 🙂


Popcorn Indiana Black & White Drizzlecorn ($3.39) – What’s more iconic than popcorn for the movies? I love it when I get popcorn in subscription boxes because they’re one of my favorite snacks. Popcorn Indiana is one of my favorites but I had never tried this particular flavor because I always thought it would be too sweet… and now I’m hooked. XD I don’t know what it is about the chocolate (both dark and white) they use on this, but it’s so good. I practically ate half the bag while watching Netflix.


PopCorners Kettlecorn ($3.29 for a 7oz bag, each of these are 0.5oz) – Continuing with the popcorn snacks, we have these popcorn chips in kettlecorn flavor! To me, these are a different kind of indulgence compared to the Drizzlecorn above; these are crunchier, lighter, not as crazy-sweet but just as easily consumed in one sitting. These definitely make for great pick-me-ups in the afternoon when you know you have to work long into the evening… and the best thing is; they’re only 60 calories per bag.


Pearson Candy Company Coconut Patties Minis and Mint Patties ($1.00 for the coconut and $2.49 for the mint) – I don’t know about you, but whenever I look at the candy selection of the movies, there’s always junior mints. XD These are similar and the coconut ones aren’t too bad either if mint isn’t your thing.


Wholesome Goodness Tuxedo Mix ($1.25) – I want to say these are reminiscent of raisinets and the yogurt-covered version too. I prefer my raisins in cookies, but for some reason, I like them when they’re covered in yogurt rather than chocolate. XD This is also great for grab-n-go so you’ll always have a snack in your bag for emergencies.


Bush’s Best Bean Dip in Original ($2.49) – I guess this kind of goes with nachos at a movie theater? :p Regardless, if you don’t want to use this as a dip for your chips, you can easily add this to your tostadas or burritos. This is low in sodium and doesn’t have any added sugar, so it’s definitely a lot healthier than what you’d find at the movies.


Chickapea Organic Chickpea Lentil Mac & Cheese in Classic Cheddar ($3.99) – I am a sucker for mac and cheese. Instead of surviving on cup noodles in college, I went for kraft’s easy mac. XD It’s one of my favorite comfort foods and so I’m definitely excited to try this one out; it’s gluten-free and it’s organic.


Grand Belgian Specialties ($6.99) – These are definitely a treat! 16 different Belgian chocolates for you to eat (or to share). 😉 They’ve definitely did a great job tempering their chocolate because the shine on these are A+.


Some of the flavors in the box. 😀


Bauducco Mini Panettone ($2.99) – I’ve always wanted to like this, but unfortunately I’m just not a fan. XD It’s a packaged fruit cake but I think it’s an acquired taste/something you have to grow up enjoying. But these are definitely a great way to start getting into the holiday spirit since you’ll see these popping up in stores.


Nutiva Coconut Oils – This was a little something extra and are sampler packets of three different kinds of coconut oil. You can use these for cooking or probably some home remedies too!


The November 2018 Degusta Box!

Overall enjoyment: It’s really bad but I REALLY need to go buy another bag of the drizzlecorn already. XD I’ve barely had this box for three days and I’ve already finished off most of it. I just can’t help it! It’s ridiculously addicting. I’m definitely going to have to pace myself with the PopCorners and take only one bag to work each day. :p But the Panettone is going to be passed on to friends, while I savor the Belgium chocolates/share with my family. 😉


*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.

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