Apologies for the lateness of this review. What the hecky pecky even happened in March?? I do know, however, that The Vegan Kind box held a delightful mix of products. (mostly edible). Here’s my review of TVK17.
Ananda Round Up (RRP £ 2.50)
I had already tried these Wagon Wheel dupes as I was lucky enough to get them for Christmas so was happy to see them again as although rather over priced, they taste like the non vegan originals. What more could you want? http://www.anandafoods.co.uk @AnandaFoods
Rebel Kitchen Chai Mylk 330ml (RRP £1.89)
It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Rebel Kitchen and again I have already tried this Chai flavour but this does’t make it any less delicious. A great fresh take on your average chocolate milk drink as it has a spicy Chai kick. (see here for my review of this and the other products in the Rebel Kitchen range here). http://www.rebel-kitchen.com @rebel_kitchen
Emily Fruit Crisps Crunchy Banana (RRP £1.99)
An interesting one. At first I really liked the taste of these satisfyingly crunchy banana flavoured crisps but then they became a little too greasy for my taste. Not my fave.
Angelic Gluten Free Sea Salt Biscuits 150g (RRP £2.59)
These were a great surprise. I liked the Angelic chocolate cookies that had come in a previous TVK box but actually prefer this savoury variety. I slavered over some peanut butter and they were a great pre dinner snack.
TheVeganKind Tote Bag (RRP £3.00)
And finally, who doesn’t love a tote bag? I have to admit to a rather large collection. They’re just so handy! So, I was extremely happy to find The Vegan Kind Tote amongst this month’s goodies. Here’s to more The Vegan Kind merch. www.thevegankind.com @thevegankind
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