Vegan Tuck Box
The Vegan Tuck Box is a lovely little company run by Chrissy Leyland and Kelly Slade. The friends are passionate about veganism and send their time sourcing ethical vegan treats to send each month to their subscribers. Their aim is to make veganism accessible too people everywhere and they even cater for those who are gluten-free.
What’s In The Box?
Each month the ladies source items from small ethical companies to include in their subscription box. There are a variety of box choices available, each with differing contents –
- Classic: 10-12 snacks and treats
- Mini: 5-6 of the treats and snacks that are included in the Classic box that month.
- Gluten Free: Both the Classic and the Mini boxes have gluten-free versions available.
- Gifts: Simply look in the shop online for the options available for gifting, they will even include a gift card with a personal message for your recipient.
Monthly or as a one-off, with the option to cancel at any time.
There are a variety of plans available from as little as £8.50 per month for the Mini Box. Subscribers will receive a 10% discount every month.
The Vegan Tuck Box have a loyalty scheme where you earn one point for every £1 you spend. Each point is worth five pence and can be redeemed against future purchases. You can save up your points too!
Every box that is sold by Vegan Tuck Box ensures that 20p is donated to the Hillside Animal Sanctuary!
Our box was overflowing with goodies, it was hard to know where to start it all looked so good! We were sent the Gluten Free Classic Box.
- Montezuma’s Giant Chocolate Buttons
- Eat Chic Chocolate
- Eton Mess Chocolate Bar
- Perry Court Farm Apple & Blue Berry Bar
- Vege Soy Jerky
- Provamel Chocolate Coconut Drink
- Falafel Mix
- Energise Goji & Pumpkin Seed Bar
- Peeled Roasted Chestnuts
- Caramel Fizz
- Home Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
The first problem was where to start! Seriously, this box seemed to be overflowing with so many enticing things to try. Without a doubt our favourite item was the Caramel Fizz. These jelly sweets were caramel flavoured and coated in sour sugar, they reminded us of high-end corner shop sweets, remember like when you would go in and ask for a quarter of your favourite sugary treat. Caramel Fizz sweets are buttery and have the most incredible levels of flavour, they are completely moorish and it is hard to just eat one!
The Eton Mess chocolate bar was another fantastic stand-out item, delicious meringue pieces and dried fruit set in a smooth and silky white chocolate. Lip smackingly good! We were also fans of the fruit bar, chocolate buttons and the chocolate chip cookies. The latter were actually scrumptious, tasting like they were made with wheat flour, but were completely gluten-free!
We can’t fault the box at all.