Monday, 10 August 2015

TasteBox: weekly healthy snack box (with tea!)


For the past few weeks, I've been trying out TasteBox. It's not a new concept - a regular box full of tasty treats to your home or workplace - but they've run with the idea and put their own little twist on it.

The snacks themselves are really good. Like similar boxes, they tend to be nuts, berries and crackers - filling, not-too-sinful snacks that you can devour quickly on the go. My favourites so far have been the Bollywood Sticks (much less spicier than Bombay Mix, which I prefer, and with bonus cashews!) and the Rose Is Nuts (Rosemary Nuts - YUM) but I've been happily working my way through everything. Oooh, I forgot about the Brownie Crumble bites! They were also very good. I like the packets, too, which include chocolate, as it gives me a sweet hit without making me feel like I've totally given up my diet.



What makes TasteBox a little different is that they also include two teabags in every box, so you can try out different teas a couple of times a week too. Sadly, I'm not a tea fan, so I can't judge how tasty they were personally, but Matt's working his way through them and gives them a hearty thumbs up.

Being honest, I think most of the snack boxes around are very similar, but if you're a fan of picking at food at your desk, you could do worse. I appreciate the fact that they aren't exactly the same as a, er, certain other snack box that rhymes with "haze" - the addition of the tea is a nice touch.

If you want to give TasteBox a go, sign up here and enter the code bebop-9967 and you'll get a free TasteBox to try. You can cancel any time, so it's totally free.

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  1. This sounds like a cute idea to have the teas too. I had a Graze box subscription for years but can't eat nuts anymore so had to cancel :( x
    LilyLipstick

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