Review: Deluxebite

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Please note that since writing this review the Deluxebite website and twitter feed have disappeared and I can no longer get hold of the company. Very strange. I will leave the post online for reference but it looks like you can’t actually subscribe to this any more. If they materialise again I’ll let you know.

Deluxebite is a new monthly subscription service that delivers a box of unique artisan and gourmet food samples, made by small independent producers, to members doors and desks on a monthly basis. 


But Deluxebite is much more than just a new subscription service. For every box we send out to members they donate a meal to foodbanks in the UK through the Trussell Trust who operate a network of nearly 4000 foodbanks throughout the country.

It was lovely to receive the March box – “The Explorer Box” – so I could try out the service. In it I received…


…a bottle of Cotswold Gold Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil, a bottle of Cornish Orchards Lemonade, some Choccy Munchy Seeds with Chilli and Ginger, some Rossini’s Chicken and Pork Marinade, and a Black Garlic Bulb.


A really lovely selection of products, none of which I have had before – and that is of course the point of this kind of hamper service. There are a couple there that might well get their own blog post once I’ve used them, but for now I wanted to let you know about the hamper.

I love trying new things and discovering new foods, and so I will always be intrigued by this sort of company. And the fact that this box scheme also has a social benefit is even better.

You can join Deluxebite for £20 per month (or get two free boxes if you buy a year’s worth in one go).

Disclaimer: I was sent a Deluxebite box so I could spread the word. I have not been told what to say and have been no less honest as a result of receiving the product for free.

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