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Degustabox September 2015

Degustabox September 2015

The September box is upon us! This months Degustabox contains some interesting goodies indeed! Pull up a chair and we’ll have a look.

Degustabox September 2015

More Drinks // £1.49 each.

If you’re not a fan of taking vitamin pills, this might be a good alternative way of getting your vitamins in! This range comes in 6 different varieties in multivitamins and vitamin D – so stay hydrated and healthy all at once!

Degustabox September 2015

Up & Go // £1.39

These Ozzie drinks are designed for those busy type humans who don’t always have time to sit down in a morning to eat. Or, those lazy type people, like me – who would rather have an extra half hour in bed than get up and eat!

They are packed with fibre, protein and calcium just like a bowl of cereal.

Degustabox September 2015

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups // 85p

I think we all know what these are! The American candy that used to be hard to get is becoming more and more available in the UK.

Degustabox September 2015

Complete Energy // £4.49

These are energy bites are low calories boosts to help you stay alert just as a cup of coffee would! They’re quite expensive for just 6 servings though!

Degustabox September 2015

Sweet Sally Tea // £2.40

This is the type of drink that I want to love but I’ve never tried but the thought of it makes me feel a bit weird.

Ok, I just tried it. It’s not my favourite thing. I’m not a fan of tea with no milk, you see. And this is what this tastes like! Think mulled wine. But no wine and more tea.

Degustabox September 2015

Mallow & Marsh // £2.00

These a posh marshmallows, raspberry flavoured to be exact! I can’t eat this though as it has animal in them 🙁

Degustabox September 2015

Portlebay Popcorn // £1

Eh? Cappuccino flavoured popcorn?? This is something I never would have thought would have existed. But hey – world – you’ve amazed me once again!

Degustabox September 2015

Miracle Noodles // £2.49

I guess these are similar to Slim Noodles – which I posted about on my fitness blog.  A low calorie noodles that’s good for diabetics, coeliacs and for low calorie or low carb diets.

You can add those to this to make a meal that feels filling but it low calorie! I’m excited to try this brand and see how different it is from Slim Noodles.

Maynards and Bassets // £1.50

Gah, red and black wine gums? They’re my two favourites! And Jelly Babies berry mix – again, all the best flavours. Though these do contain bovine gelatine so aren’t suitable for veggies!

Degustabox September 2015

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