Food & Wine

Try the World: Buenos Aires Edition

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Try the World is my latest subscription box obsession. They deliver bi-monthly boxes with good from around the world. Of my first two boxes, I was lukewarm on the value of the Moroccan box, but positively loved the Paris Box. I had an amazing time in Argentina a couple of years back and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Buenos Aires box!

As soon as I opened it, I knew it was going to be good.

Try the World Buenos Aires Argentina opening

Humming “these are a few of my favorite things” I dug right in.

Savory first! What’s not to love about a bottle of Vanoli Chimichurri Ahumado sauce and a jar of MQA Gourmet green olive paste.

Try the World Buenos Aires Argentina chimichurri green olive

I loved wine tasting while looking out on the Andes, so the Memories of Patagonia Malbec wine marinade made with Patagonia berries, local honey, and of course Malbec will be perfect. I’m not a big sweet fan, but Dona Magdalena dulce de leche will be good for dinner party desserts, or a nice hostess gift.

Try the World Buenos Aires Argentina membrillo past malbec marinade dulce de leche

And I can never have enough membrillo (quince) paste despite the fact it always sounds like “membrane” to me. 🙂

And to finish it off, tea time treats! Bake Love Koo! salty sweet butter cookies and Chamana and Inti Zen teas.

Try the World Buenos Aires Argentina butter cookies zen tea

Definitely happy with the selection this time, especially since with a year subscription each box is only $33 vs the regular rate of $39.95. Can’t wait for next month’s which has a Japan theme!

If you’re interested in trying Try the World, I would love it if you signed up using my referral link! You can get a free Paris box with the purchase of an Argentina box (essentially half off each).

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3 Comments

  1. Uri

    July 10, 2015 at 11:03 pm

    Put Dulce de Lecce on top of the Koo! Changed my life.

    • Keri Anderson

      July 10, 2015 at 11:13 pm

      Oh wow! Not sure I needed that temptation, but THANK YOU!

  2. Carol

    July 13, 2015 at 1:38 am

    Where can I get more Chimichurri Ahumado? I found something similar, but not the same flavor.

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