It’s always fun to try new products and take yourself out of your culinary comfort zone. That’s exactly what Flavourly can do for you with a monthly Flavour Box. Flavourly provide a monthly ‘taste box’ delivery packed with carefully
selected products from independent artisan food producers in the UK
I was excited to see what would be in the January Flavour Box and I wasn’t disappointed. Here’s what was in the Tasting Box I received for review, and here is what I thought:
Greefs Isle of Wight, Bilton Air Cured Beef – I have to say that this really didn’t appeal to me, however it does taste of beef and while it is chewy, as would be expected, it does chew farily easily. I would think it would be a talking point as a pre dinner nibble or great for hiking when you need to carry your food on your back!
The Forest Kitchen Traditional Handmade Scottish Fudge ‘Whisky’ – This was soft and very sweet, the whisky flavour is delicate, I found the fudge rather too soft and sweet but my husband liked it.
The Wee Tea Company, Rooibos & Vanilla Leaf Tea – my heart sank when I saw Redbush Tea as I’ve never found one that I liked…until now. As it was in the box I thought I’d better give it a go and was pleasantly surprised by how mild the flavour is. The Vanilla seems to compensate for the bitterness of the Redbush leaves.
I took the tea into work to share with my colleague. She is not a fan of Redbush Tea either, but she also enjoyed this tea.
Eat 17, Bacon Jam – I was a little sceptical about Bacon Jam, but once tasted never forgotten, what a brilliant relish this is, I think I’m addicted!
The oatcakes were crisp and crumbly with lots of oaty texture, the Nettle Cheese is a full fat cows milk cheese, it is smooth and creamy with a lovely combination of nettles and other herbs through it. They complement the cheese rather than overpowering it and the two together were a big hit with all the family.
The Flavourly Flavour Box costs £22 per month and would make a lovely gift for a foodie friend or family member, or as a treat for yourself. What’s more for every delicious
Flavourly Tasting Box you buy, the company will donate a meal to some of the 250 food banks
throughout the UK, working with the FareShare food bank charity. So you’re helping a good cause that’s
close to everyone’s heart. Food banks are vital lifelines which help
provide emergency food and support for people in crisis. In the last two
years alone, food banks have helped to feed more than 128,000 people
across the country.
If you would like to subscribe you can get £10 off your first box by using the code ‘FLAVOURLY10’ when you sign up for your subscription at Flavourly
I also have one Flavour Box to give away, just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter. Open to UK residents only.
I received a Flavourly tasting box for review. I was not paid to give a positive review, my views are my own.