Monday 21 March 2016

Ultimate Vegan Tuck Box Review

This month I was lucky enough to be sent one of Vegan Tuck Box's Ultimate box's to review and it was jam packed full of vegan goodies that I couldn't wait to tuck into!

Each Ultimate Box contains a mix of 10-13 sweet and savoury items and it's VTB's best seller. Subscribing to this box will set you back £16.50 a month + £3.50 pp but if you're not quite ready to subscribe then there are also other boxes available which can be purchased individually. Check out the full range of Vegan Tuck Box's here!

I thought it would be fun to record my Vegan Tuck Box taste test on YouTube so I hope you will all enjoy the video where the bulk of this review has been recorded. Below you will also find details of what was included within this Ultimate Box, links to the products websites and a short summary of my overall thoughts on each item.

Included in the March Ultimate box:    

Burts Thai Sweet Chilli Crisps
Delicious, similar to Walkers Sensations & very more-ish! 

JJ's Sweets Vanilla Cocomels
Coconut & vanilla flavoured caramels, similar consistency to toffees, sweet & tasty.

Raw Gorilla Munchies
Small, healthy & sweet bite size treats loaded with fruit & nuts. 

Planet Organic Cacao Brazil Bar
Healthy energy bar loaded with nuts, raw super foods & similar to a Nakd bar.

Angelic Tomato & Mediterranean Herb Crackers
Different savoury biscuits, smelled like pizza, yummy on their own or with hummus / pickle.

Eli's Earth Bar
Another firm favourite, just like a Snickers bar, nutty & chocolatey. So delicious! 

Sweet William White Delight
Not for me, cheap tasting crumbly white chocolate, some will like it others may not.

Lenny & Larrys Chocolate Chip Cookie
A giant chewy cookie in a packet from USA, tasted nice but reminded me of play dough!

Vivian Milk Chocolate & Cornflake Pieces
My favourite item from this box! Amazing creamy milk chocolate packed with crunchy cornflakes. Best vegan chocolate i've tasted since the Vego bar!

Artisan Grains Mint Tabouleh
Handy pot, just add boiling water, great for lunch breaks, healthy & filling. 

Traditional Guayusa
A form of tea leaf grown in Ecuador which has health benefits & improves energy levels. 

I've always been a fan of what Vegan Tuck Box offer and I was overall very happy with the contents of this box. I like the fact that they their boxes are so varied and include different emerging vegan products from around the globe. I also like that within this Ultimate Box there is a good mix of healthy and junk food type products.

If you're interested in subscribing to or buying a one off Vegan Tuck Box then just enter 'blog20' at  the checkout to receive 20% off your first box!

Don't forget - if you liked my YouTube video then please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel. 

Happy Munching!  
* This box was sent to me free of charge for review purposes. 
All opinions expressed within the blog are honest and my own. 


  1. Loved your video, really great idea to a tasting on camera. I'm really impressed with how big some of the snacks were and that you got one ready meal in a pot. That playdough smell (normally almond oil) would really put me off as well! I think I'd like everything else though, as I do like cheap white chocolate - which I'm guessing is mainly coconut oil or palm oil? Although palm oil unless it's sustainable is an issue these days. I've always wondered how some companies get things so right and others really don't!?

    1. Thanks so much for your lovely comments! :-)
      I'm sure you'd love this boxes contents and it's great value for money as you get so much! X

  2. What an excellent idea- I've never heard of Vegan Tuck Box and as I'm currently transitioning veggie to vegan I'll have to try it!

    Claudia // Lipstick Theory // Student Cruelty Free Lifestyle Blog

    1. I think these kind of boxes really help when you're transitioning to go vegan Claudia! It's great to have lots of vegan snacks on hand xx

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