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Tuesday, 15 March 2016

FOOD: Valentines and Easter Degustabox for February

February Degustabox
It's that time of the month again. It's Degustabox time and this months February box* is pretty awesome. Especially if you have a sweet tooth like me. 

The February box is inspired by Valentines and Easter so be prepared for sweet but somewhat healthy snacks. And you can get your hands on a money off Degustabox at the end of this post!

Inside the box:
Hartley’s – Jelly pot
These are so yum! And who doesn't love jelly?!?

Sarsons – Malt vinegar
Random but essentially useful

Mr Kipling – Exceedingly good cakes
So good and the perfect naughty but relatively good snack!

Beloved Dates – Date bars
A treat for Dann as I'm not a fan of dates. 

Nutribix  – Nutribix Cereal
A new replacement for my breakfast with honey and coconut. 

London Crisps Company– crisps
Looking forward to an evening in with these

Ritz – Crisp & Thin
And these!

Divine – Caramel bars
Not going to lie, these have already gone, and they are beautiful. 

James White Drinks – Carrot Juice
Another for Dann. He was a little confused by it but enjoyed it nonetheless

Vit Hit – drink
A really great tasting healthy drink, perfect for a pick me up when I had a cold last week

Britvic – J2O Spritz
These were amazing and perfect for pregnant me

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

February Degustabox

If you fancy yourself a Degustabox then use my code BLDEG15 at check out for £6 off your box. 
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