Food & Wine
Sneak Peak: Try the World’s Next Box
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.
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.
Then some fun toppings — a jar of P.Listo jasmine petal floral jam and a bottle of Oleum Hispania extra virgin 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.
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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