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Hong Kong Crate

Published September 15, 2017 by Bizzimummy

Yeahhh! It’s another snack subscription box from the other side of the world – Hong Kong to be precise. 

Watch my unboxing video to see what’s inside!

Hong Kong Crate subscription deliver monthly and ship worldwide. It’s $30 a month which roughly works out around £23 or so. Lots of snacks in this one, both savoury and sweet.  Subscriptions can be purchased via Crate joy

Try Treats Subscription box 

Published September 11, 2017 by Bizzimummy

Today’s Subscription box is called Try Treats. This subscription delivers a monthly box of treats from a different country each month. It’s a unique way to try the delights that the world had to offer and snacks that would be hard to find here in the UK. 


The treats may come from any countries in the six main continents (excluding arctic/Antarctic of course). Each month brings a different country with different munchies each time. 

 The service is based in the USA but they offer very low cost shipping rates to the UK and worldwide. As the products come from various countries all over the world; there is of course a chance that one box may just be UK based too. The boxes start at $11.95 per month with a choice of box sizes.  

 My box of treats is all about Argentina. I would have no idea at all what snacks are sold in Argentina but I have to say, I was not disappointed with this selection.

 

Chocolates, biscuits, and a few lollipops all included here. There is a card in English explaining what it all is and another card with a few facts about the country.

 

I think this is a very low cost subscription, low shipping rates considering it’s in the USA and a good opportunity to try new foods too. 

You can subscribe here and “GET 15% OFF A BOX USING CODE BIZZIMUMMY

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My Pocket money toy subscription 

Published August 31, 2017 by Bizzimummy

This is our 3rd months box from the My Pocket money toy subscription which brings subscribers a box of age appropriate toys each month complete with a changing theme. We have so far had dinosaurs and space themes. August theme was very exciting for my girls being unicorns and rainbows. 


Here you can see Izebella looking fairly pleased after opening her monthly box of goodies.


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She found lots of lovely toys and sets in her special box, including a sticky bug, a rainbow alphabet puzzle, a hatching egg unicorn and a window decoration which she absolutely loved doing all by herself. She would not let anyone help her. 


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Jordanna also received her box of toys. The toys are curated around the child’s age each time so that children get toys that are not too young or old for them. Jordanna’s box therefore contained some different items to Izebellas box.






 
Jordanna’s box contained a lockable unicorn diary, a unicorn shrinkies craft set, a rainbow twirly stunt ribbon and also a tumble insect sticky bug, tho a different style to the one Izebella got. 

My girls have enjoyed all their monthly boxes and they both tell me that this was the best one so far. 

These subscription boxes start at £14.99 and subscriptions can be purchased 

here.

Degustabox August reveal

Published August 30, 2017 by Bizzimummy

August Degustabox has arrived, and this box came with a Back to School theme. A few lunchbox and snack treats came included and in my opinion; this is possibly one of the best boxes this year..

 

 

So starting with some lovely treats or snacks. I got a 6 multipack of Seabrook crisps. Seabrook happen to be one of my favourite crisp brands. The crisps are also big pieces with minimal crumbs and with a crinkle cut design. This multipack of six would usually cost £1.00.


Also two packs of Popped chips, usually costing 99p each. The sweet and smokey Chipolte are very spicy. The Pesto and sundries tomato really do taste like sun dried tomato and not just artificial flavours.

 

 And even more yummy treats here! Bahlsen biscuits, are loved by us all here. We haven’t had these Black & White pick ups before but; not surprisingly they didn’t last long here. £1,69 for a 5 pack.

Refreshers Softies seem to be a softer version of the well known refresher tubes. Soft and chewy and still with the fizz. Just a pound a bag too.

Cadbury’s new product resembles broken bits of curly wurley which taste just like Curley Wurley but are meant to look like worms. Curleywurly Squirlies will cost a rather overpriced £1.89 per bag in shops.

Also from Cadbury, a Dairy milk big taste toffee whole nut bar; I have to wonder why the extra long name for a bar of chocolate costing just 65p? It was delicious tho. Shame I only had one.

  

Next the drinks! There are always a drink or two or maybe more of some sort of drink in every 
Degustabox.
 

I included the JellySqueeze here too because they look like drinks and get drunk like drinks but it’s Jelly and they cost 69p each.

Orangina was the biggest box surprise this month. I remember loving the original Orangina when it first came out years ago. It still tastes great and the price has not increased all that much at £1.20 per bottle.

Twisted Halo sounds more like a video game than an alcoholic beverage. This one is made with vodka and natural flavours. I’m not too sure how this could be a back to school themed product. Although maybe it’s meant for us parents as a stress buster?

 

 Moving on to the cupboard items or products with the slightly longer shelf lives.

   First from Hellmann’s who don’t need much introduction as the majorly of people know they make mayonnaise. I love the stuff on salad and sandwiches and even hot dishes such as chilli. I don’t mind paying the £1.69 for this.

Tabasco green pepper sauce – I have not used this yet so not really able to comment much on it. It says it’s mild and made with mild Jalapeños with salt and vinegar. It’s basically a light Mexican dressing costing £1.89 per bottle. 

 Finally two packs of noodles from Maggi. I’m not normally a fan of packet noodles but these are actually quite good and flavoursome. 

 

 I have used the sticky Hoisin duck packet and added some actual duck meat. I made mine in a wok. Inside the packets and other small packets containing oil, flavour and some dried vegetables and I had to combine them together to make this.  They tasted really good, and I’ll be having the other pack soon too. These cost £1.39 per pack.

Degustabox costs just £12.99 per month as a monthly subscription box. This price includes 10-15 full size product food items, packaging and delivery. Sign up at Degustabox UK. They constantly have offers and discounts on boxes too.

Ink drops subscription 

Published July 27, 2017 by Bizzimummy

Ink drops is a monthly subscription service which brings a packet of unified stationery items through the letterbox each month. 

It seems a good subscription for those who still enjoy good old fashioned letter writing as many of the packages seem to come with cards, stickers, pens and other bits that make letters more fun.

The contents obviously vary each month and come with different themes, each subscriber receiving the same items

The items don’t come in the usual cardboard box, but rather a pretty paper packet which sort of gives it the old fashioned feel.

Anyway here are the contents of the July ink drops. 


There are two glittery cards, one is a birthday card and the other blank. Two colourful lolly erasers which I’m assuming are from another country as I cannot understand the language. Then a moon notepad and a pack of coloured small highlighters.

The majority of the products all have foreign writing on, it looks Japanese but I could be wrong but it does mean that these items are more harder to come by.

Ink drop subscriptions cost £15.45 for the UK which includes shipping and slightly more for Europe and the rest of the world.

For this price I was expecting slightly more products than what was in the packet. I’m guessing that the price reflects sourcing the more unique products. I think I would be slightly disappointed paying the £15+ for this package myself, tho people who collect stationery or are looking for more unique cards and bits will probably enjoy this one. 

Degustabox July

Published July 21, 2017 by Bizzimummy

I had a sneaky suspicion that my July Degustabox may just arrive with some sort of Summer theme; and I was not wrong either. 

The theme is Summer and it’s Summer outside. So let’s take a look what’s inside the box this month.

I was very happy with the Blossom hill spritz of course and am looking forward to popping it open over some ice on a hot day. 

My daughter Jordanna loves the Mango and passion fruit juice and of course it is much healthier and better than fizzy pop.


I would of liked to have seen more sweets, chocs or crisps in the box, but I was happy with a bag of new rowntrees ransoms. 

The fry light bottle is actually avocado oil as opposed to the usual olive oil. Again being more healthier and I can use exactly the same as I would any other cooking oil.


My girls will eat the Weetabix. I’m just not a breakfast person at all. We like ryvita thins and have tried a few of the other varieties previously. The Djohn mustard may come in handy to make a recipe, perhaps some sort of sauce or flavouring for a meat dish. 

I’m not too sure about the packet of Quinoa. I know it’s a more healthier version to rice but I just prefer the rice too much so maybe I’ll pass it on to someone who will enjoy it more. 

None of us are really keen on olives either so the Oloves will be passed on to an olive lover somewhere.

It’s a nice box. The blossom hill was a lovely surprise. 

As always Degustabox costs just £12.99 monthly which includes U.K. delivery. If you use this special code – OMES2 at checkout then this will give you a massive £7.00 off a box meaning you only pay £5.99. The blossom hill costs £4.99 alone to buy so it’s a bargain price to pay.

Subscribe on line over at the Degustabox website. 

Find Degustabox on social networks too. 

Instagram: @Degustabox_uk 

 Twitter: @DegustaboxUK 

 Facebook: @DegustaboxUK

Chimasu Snack subscription box

Published July 21, 2017 by Bizzimummy

Chimasu is an Asian smack box, bringing a taste of Asia to UK door steps each month.

Each monthly box comes filled with at least 12 snack products from Asian countries such as Japan, China, Thailand etc. The majority being products that we never see over here and would find difficult to get hold of.

Monthly subscriptions start at £18 per month. This includes free shipping to the UK. Subscriptions cost slightly less if you sign up and pay in advance for longer.

And here is our unboxing video, so you can see all the goodies we got inside our July Chimasu box. I had 19 products in total.

Pocky sticks are gaining some popularity in the U.K. now tho I doubt we will see the full range of flavour like Japan has. The chocolate biscuit product was lovely as were the fruity gummy sweets. I was very surprised with the sunflower seeds too, they were like sweet crunchy nuts. I probably won’t eat the noodles myself or use the green tea tea bags but everything else is going down pretty well in our house.

Pocket money toy subscription box #2

Published July 18, 2017 by Bizzimummy

My girls got another box recently from My pocket money toys. This is a monthly subscription box packed full of age related toys. The boxes even get personalised with children’s names. 

The box theme changes monthly and this month the theme was very much about Space, planets, astronomy etc.

So here is the unboxing video for both my girls boxes. 

The boxes start from £14.00 monthly. Get yours here.

Inspirations box subscription 

Published June 22, 2017 by Bizzimummy

My first subscription box of the week is Inspirations club.

These boxes contain a curated package of ribbons, fabric, materials, buttons and other craft type materials. 


Now I am usual hopeless when it comes to making anything and especially so when it comes to sewing, but this package seems to make it much easier for people like myself. 

As well as all the craft materials, several project ideas will be included each month. My box gave easy guides to making a cactus keyring, fabric pencil case and a cactus pin cushion. The boxes come with different themes each month, hence the many cactus ideas in this box. Of course if your good and better than me at crafting you could just make whatever you wish with all these items.


The fabrics in my box were the first thing to catch my eye as there are a fair few of them. The blue fabric underneath shows how big the fabrics arrive and they all feel very good quality. 

Inspirations club offer a number of monthly subscription packages beginning with their basic package which starts at just £10 per month. The higher priced subscriptions contain larger sheets of fabric and are more suited to those who regularly make things or run a small business. 

It has been a good experience trying this box as it certainly differs from the rest. 

Degustabox June reveal 

Published June 22, 2017 by Bizzimummy

A few days ago my monthly Degustabox arrived with a Summer bbq theme. 

This time I thought it would be a nice change to do something different with the box, so I decided to make an unboxing video showing all the contents. 

All the products are shown in the video. I am including a few pictures too for those who can’t be bothered watching the whole video.

Snacks 

Brands are – Haribo, Walkers shortbread, &a Light Bites


Drinks

Brands – Eisberg, berrywhite, Westons cider & ENRJ drinks.


Cupboard items

Brands – Spoon Granola, Capsicana, Schwartz & Original O’s


Degustabox normally costs £12.99 per month with box contents adding up to much more than what you pay. If you use my DISCOUNT CODE” 0MES2 then this gives a massive £7.00 off a box.
Find Degustabox at http://www.Degustabox.com and on social networks:

Instagram: @Degustabox_uk                   Twitter: @DegustaboxUK                 Facebook: @DegustaboxUK

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