yay retro! - October 17 Degustabox unboxing - A Foodie Flat Lay!
Hi I'm Sue and I run the yay retro! online vintage shop selling kitchenalia, toys and homewares from the 1940s to 1980s. I love this time of the month as it's when my Degustabox arrives. This is a monthly subscription box of food which comes with lots of different foods to try. It's just £12.99* (see below for a voucher code to get your first box for only £5.99!) The foods sent are always worth more than that paid and it's great fun unboxing the foodie surprises and planning what to eat first and in what ways.
This is a quick overview of what's in the box. I've laid everything out on my 1950s formica kitchen table....In my next Degustabox blog post I will be reviewing each product, showing you the foods with lots of vintage kitchenwares and letting you know what we thought of them. First thoughts are that there's a lot of smaller stuff this month (unusual).
There are 2 bottles of Feel Good Water Infusion Drinks, ideal for lunchtimes or when I travelling in the car. A Vimto Millions Gift Jar of sweets (I've actually never had Vimto so this will be a new experience for me), Nuttvia Breadsticks Snack pack which sounds fun as it involves chocolate. A Cirio Microwaveable pack of Rice, Cous Cous & Quinoa with olives love microwaveable packs like this, A sample of Lo Salt - good to try, a pack of Michel et Augustin cookies (yum), Heinz No added Sugar Spaghetti Hoops - this will take me back to the 70s - yay!, Kabuto Noodles Thai Green Chicken Curry Flavour (we're vegetarian so will give to a friend), Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs - loving the new alternatives to potato crisps, A small Pulsin Kids Fruity Oat Orange Choc Chip bar, several Lee Kum Kee sauces with sweet soy sauce sample, A Pechkek Misfortune cookie for Halloween and a hand moulded, hand wrapped Pip's Hot Chocolate Orange Coin to make a hot chocolate drink.
*Try Degustabox with yay retro! and get money off your first box!
Come back soon for in depth reviews of each product!
(Note I have been invited to review Degustabox and the contents were sent to me free of charge on this occasion.)