Monday, 18 November 2013

Giveaway #340 : Win a Degustabox Tasting Box - closed - winner Christopher Millward


Degustabox is a brand new monthly subscription service for a surprise tasting product kit - each month, you will receive a box full of 8-12 exciting and often new food products from well known brands.
Each box costs £9.99 (plus £3 shipping), which is about half the actual value of the products in the box, so customers will save money and get to try out new products from known brands without even needing to go to the supermarket.

You can choose to pay monthly or pre-pay for 6 months at a discounted price. The scheme is just about to launch in the UK but is already very popular in Spain.

Just for this month, as it's the first box, they are revealing the contents of the December box in advance, but for the other months, you will have to wait until the postie arrives to see what surprises are lurking inside. The December box will contain :

DRINK ME CHAI Spiced Chai Latte
GREEN & BLACKS Spiced Chilli
LEVI ROOTS Jerk Chicken Paste
LEVI ROOTS Smoky Jerk Sauce
YU! HEALTHY SNACKS Granola & Mango Clusters
YU! HEALTHY SNACKS Granola & Strawberry Clusters
BELVITA BREAKFAST Duo Crunch Apricot & Live Yogurt
BELVITA BREAKFAST Cocoa with Choc Chips Biscuits
BAVARIA 0.0% Original
BAVARIA Radler
BAVARIA Shandy
BISTO CHEF'S SPECIALS Lamb Gravy with a Twist of Mint
BISTO CHEF'S SPECIALS Bisto Chef's Specials Beef with Cracked Black Pepper
BISTO CHEF'S SPECIALS Caramelised Onion Gravy
OXO Shake and Flavour Garlic & Herb
BISTO Chicken Stock Melts
BISTO CHEF'S SPECIALS Chicken Gravy with Sage and Onion

(for more information : http://www.degustabox.co.uk)

That looks like a great selection of store cupboard basics that I know I'll be able to adopt easily, plus some more unusual and exotic products that I am less familiar with. Degustabox have kindly offered to send me their first box through for me to review, and they have generously offered a box to give away to one Madhouse Family Reviews reader too.

To be in with a chance of winning a Degustabox, fill in the Rafflecopter widget below.

UK only. Closing date : 3/12/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

Other giveaways you may be interested in :

Giveaway #339 : Win 10 e-story books from Itsyourstory - closing date 30/11

Giveaway #338 : Win a family ticket to Charlie and Lola’s Best Bestest Play - closing date 29/11

227 comments:

  1. Maybe healthy kids food for their lunchboxes

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  2. Alexandra Byford-Scott18 November 2013 at 21:56

    Fruit juices, salad dressings...the types of things that you tend to stick to just your usual one, but this box could get you trying new & different ones that you may not usually think of trying.

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  3. Commented on Free personalised Christmas e-book for every child

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  4. Things that have a long shelf life cupboard essentials like pasta soup beans jams that kind of thing

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  5. I would love to see more cooking sauces as most people get stuck in a rut.Also anything with chocolate in would keep me happy!!
    Great concept.Im following you on bloglovin

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  6. I'm a fan of Belvita biscuits.

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  7. Fancy homemade crisps

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  8. Maybe a little something different from international cuisines or some british made jams and chutneys

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  9. mince pies and Christmas pudding

    Ashleigh

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  10. clipper teas..particularly their white and/or green tea

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  11. I'd like to see new and limited edition products (such as white twix) and also products made with british ingredients.

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  12. I would like Jam in it and keep the Belvita's in please.

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  13. an interesting selection there, would be nice to see something Christmassy in there and more british items

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  15. Healthy tuck things for the lunchbox

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  16. Something tasty :-)

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  17. I'd like to see samples of unusual coffees

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  18. something deliciously luxurious :)

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  19. Commented on 'Dhruv’s Perfect Chicken Curry recipe'.

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  20. Something nice and christmasy :)

    @Segga86

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  21. luxurious but still not overboard into heart attack alley :)

    purplesparkle88@hotmail.com

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  22. seasoning or flavourings to add to pasta dishes to provide me with a change to my usual sauce!

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  23. Christine shelley19 November 2013 at 13:02

    Lunchbox staples

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  24. Some quick meal packet ideas - like coleman/swartz sauces for Chicken or Pork.

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  25. I'd love to see some different interesting blends of tea also nice healthy snacks that can be eaten on the go.

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  26. Something special for Christmas

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  27. Snack ideas and maybe different condiments that I wouldn't normally think of buying.

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  28. oh I don't know, new products as I like to try before I buy :)

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  29. Healthy kids snacks for packed luches

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  30. A snack box would be great!

    @rachiegr

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  31. Cooking sauces and table sauces.

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  32. authentic sauces to go with fish

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  33. Things that have a long shelf life. (crochet addictuk)

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  34. Coffees and syrups would be lovely to try! I think they'd be great in future boxes.

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  35. New products which I haven't tried yet. And also child-friendly

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  36. I would like biscuits and cakes

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  37. love sparkling juice drinks like appletizer!

    gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  38. Some healthy snacks or some tea/coffee for sure!

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  39. Anything a little bit different, perhaps cooking sauces to inspire kids to try new tastes x

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  40. Sauces, spices, snacks in fact I think anything would be most acceptable

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  41. Coconut flour .. A God send for family members with gluten sensitivity.

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  42. Green & Blacks chocolate would be nice.

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  43. Healthy snacks for between meals.

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  44. Fruit Juices and different teas

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  45. Salad with pickles
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  46. Vegetarian deserts of the world
    kssh31@hotmail.com

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  47. PickledWalnuts I love them!! & they are so hard to get by pauline simpson

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  48. Good to see Levi Roots in there, how about some Morroccan flavours another time?

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  49. Dips and chocolate

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  50. teas and fruit
    from samantha price

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  51. delicacies such as cream of artichoke

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  52. Some fairtrade high cocoa content chocolate

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  53. Chocolate! @Amezeylady

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  54. Chocolate:- As I so love chocolate, and so does my mum.
    Chutney, I love chutney. There also seems to be many brands and varieties.
    Tea:- I love tea. Maybe a box containing a variety of teas to try.
    Fruit, nuts, variety of snacks.
    Cake/s.
    Christmas cake. Stollen. Fruit cake. Shortbread. Tunnocks cakes and biscuits etc.
    Soups.
    Pancakes. Pancake fillings e.g. fruit based.
    cheese/s.
    Vegetarian products.
    Pickled vegetables e.g. onions, beetroot, mixed vegetables etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  55. I commented on Two Turkey soups - Traditional and chilli blog.

    Rachel Craig

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  56. Different crisps or biscuits, as I tend to stick to the same ones and never really try out anything new (don't want to risk spending money on something I might not like)

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  57. crisps and dips

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  58. Cooking sauces

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  59. Cooking sauces

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  60. Healthy lunchbox snacks

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  61. Healthy snacks and crazily flavoured sweets

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  62. coffee chocolate and great tasting snacks would be great :)

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  63. I'd like larder stuff, but things you don't buy that often, eg dried mushrooms

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  64. Oh, I would like baking ingredients. Cake mixes and the like :-)

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  65. Vanilla Flavoured Pumpkin Seeds

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  66. Anything veggie

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  67. Different soups, curry pastes

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  68. Fruit Flakes - healthy and delicious !

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  69. More vegetarian items; more from small producers.

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  70. I have commented on Win a Degustabox Tasting Box

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  71. some nice biscuits

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  72. Little foodie treats!! @abbykacz

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  73. World foods so you can try something new!

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  74. I'd love to see some baking ingredients such vanilla paste.

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  75. I would like to see some granola or granola cookies.

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  76. VictoriaRMorri1

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  77. some interesting cooking sauces as many others have said, also things like spice rub kits - maybe like a recipe card with some spices, flavoured oils etc.

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  78. some interesting cooking sauces as many others have said, also things like spice rub kits - maybe like a recipe card with some spices, flavoured oils etc.

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  79. Gluten free items and healthy snacks.

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  80. Some pasta. I love making lasagna.

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  81. Coconut Oil...so versatile and yummy.

    Jadeacomps@gmail.com

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  82. Fruity snacks

    @NickHopkins1234

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  83. special chutneys - the kind of thing I love but forget to buy. Ther can really liven up cheese and cold meat

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  84. Kids Lunchbox bits would be great :)x

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  85. Smoothies/Fruit Juices would be great.
    @xlisamarieeex

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  86. Spice or herb mixes for specific dishes (hopefully to inspire me)

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  87. I think what they do now it great; maybe chocolate :)

    @jamiecomps

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  88. 'posh' crisps, things for the kids, pasta.

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  89. Things like quinoa, pearl barley etc. Would love to try but can't seem to get hold of in my area :)

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  90. Kiddie snacks (healthy ones!) @mummiafelice

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  91. Unusual products, perhaps from abroad

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  92. Healthy items by Robby Price

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  93. Sweets and Chocolates! (naughty but very nice)

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  94. Different world snacks from far away lands!

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  95. Katie Walden Hall2 December 2013 at 22:38

    Cooking sauces :)

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  96. some nice raisins for my little madam

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    http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/madhouse-recipe-chocolate-banana-muffins.html?showComment=1386032676691#c2548840656600498887

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  98. World products that are a bit unusual

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  99. It seems to have a good mix but a voucher for a fresh product like a cheese or yogurt would be nice.

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  100. I commented on your quick midweek Moroccan chicken. I'm going to try out the recipe for dinner tonight :)

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  101. Healthy cereals, pasta sauces

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  102. Some salad dressings - i'm still hunting for the perfect one!

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  103. maybe something for the birds in the garden, would be great for this time of year x

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  104. something nice for christmas

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