Food & Wine

Sneak Peak: Try the World’s Next Box

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My Try the World box arrived early, and it’s pretty exciting! SPAIN!

I’m headed there for the first time later this fall so this was actually a nice intro to snacks I might want to pick up while I’m there.

Sweet stuff first — a box of Ines Rosales cortadillo, a Spanish pastry with cinnamon and lemon flavors and a cider cream filling, and a box of El Amendro turron, crushed almond candy.

Try the World Review Spain box turron cortadillo

Then for the savory cooking aids — a jar of El Navarrico salsa tumaca con ajo, a blend of tomatoes, olive oil, fresh garlic, and salt, and El Avion paprika in a vintage tin.

Try the World Review Spain box salsa tumaca paprika

Then some fun toppings — a jar of P.Listo jasmine petal floral jam and a bottle of Oleum Hispania extra virgin olive oil.

Try the World Review Spain box floral jam olive oil

And then there was the box/tin of Espinaler canned white tuna (in oil). Can’t say I was thrilled with that, but I like it better than sardines.

Try the World Review Spain box tuna

So far I continue to be pretty satisfied with my Try the World subscription, even at the ~$40 a box price point. The few items that don’t appeal actually make great hostess gifts or fun picnic items.

If you’re interested in trying this travel-themed food subscription box, it is $39.95 a box, shipped every two months. You can get the Paris box free if you start a subscription with the Spain box.

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