The July box for the Vegan Kind subscription was a bit late, hence my later than usual date for the review. It wasn’t a bother at all, these things can happen from time to time and the box was with me earlier this week. I didn’t get the chance of trying many of the things included in the box though. This is the lifestyle box.
Buttermilk Peanut Butter Crunch 100g (RRP £2.99) – I had these before and I like the brand very much.
JIMMY’s Toffee Popcorn 170g (RRP £1.50) – I am yet to try these, but I am looking forward to it, of course.
Seedball Seed Box (RRP £1.80) – I tried seedball before and it didn’t work for me unfortunately. I will try them again. The balls have seeds of different flowers: forget-me-not, red campion, purple loosestrife, musk mallow, yarrow, and cornflower. Hopefully these will grow. I will update the post with details on them.
Loch Ness Bakery Ginger Creams 150g (RRP £1.85) – These were delicious. I like the ginger flavour and the texture was really good too.
Tilda Supergrains Sweet Potato, Chilli, and Coconut 220g (RRP £2.00) – I am keen on trying this because it sounds really good.
Olly’s Sour Cream and Onion Pretzel Thins 35g (RRP £0.89) – These were really nice too. I liked the texture and the flavour is very good as well. I would buy these again without any doubt.
Remedy Coconut Water Kefir 250ml (RRP £2.20) – This is chilling at the moment and I will try it a bit later on today.
Misfits Health White Choc Salted Peanut Plantbased Protein Bar 45g (RRP £2.20) – Sounds very exciting for a protein bar. I will take it with me when we go for a longer walk.
Lifestyle boxes are between £8 and £10, depending on the subscription, and £3.15 for P&P. Every month they give a donation to a charity and in July they picked Freedom For Animals. Freedom for Animals began as the Captive Animals’ Protection Society in 1957 and is one of the UK’s longest-running charities working to protect animals. Their focus is, as the name suggests, on animal welfare for captive animals in zoos, aquariums, circuses, and also animals that are used in the film industry, for animal displays, and the exotic pet trade.