One of my favorite things about traveling is sampling the local cuisine which is the idea behind Try the World. Their team of travelers and local experts curate each box with products they feel best represent that box’s location theme.
Try the World generously sent me another box to review again, so once again I was excited! I still haven’t traveled anywhere since my last box, so it’d be as if I got a little taste of travel delivered to my door. Subscriptions are bi-monthly, and the theme for this one is “Buenos Aires”.
Try the World ships to both the USA and Canada and once again the box was really heavy when it arrived which for some reason makes it more fun for me to open!
Try the World comes with an information card, detailing the products in the box, along with a culture guide. The culture guide contains information about this city referred to as “The Paris of South America”, plus recipe inspiration for the products in the box.
DULCOR Dulce de Membrillo- To me, from the pic from the box, this looks a little like the cranberry sauce that you buy from the store, but when I opened the box, I pulled out a clear bag which looked more like jam, so I think it might be spreadable, too? I was a little confused, so looked at the info card which says it’s delicious to try with goat cheese or you can top off your toast in the morning at breakfast. I think that’s what I’m going to do!
Memories of Patagonia Red Fruits, Malbec Red Wine and Honey Sauce- I thought this was actually jelly, but it’s a wine marinade to be enjoyed with lamb, pork or turkey and it says it’s great for grilling! I’m so curious! I’m totally going to use this next time I barbeque!
Bake Love Koo! Butter Cookies– I know some cookie monsters that would probably enjoy these. The info card says they’d be best enjoyed with some hot tea. Which is perfect because:
Chamana and Inti Zen Argentine Teas– I never drink hot tea anymore– I usually just pass what I receive on to my sister, but since Try the World gave me the cookies and tea all in one place, it just suddenly seems really appealing to indulge myself with some while I finish this post. I’m going to try the “Te con Miel, Vainilla y Cacao” Tea, which it says is “Vanilla, Honey and Cacao”.
Dona Magdalena Dulce de Leche- Oh man… so, you drizzle this on ice cream or eat it out of the jar or pour it on chocolate. Omg! This is probably trouble.
MQA Gourmet Green Olive Paste– Yum! I loooove when there’s olives in my subscription boxes. Definitely will take this over to a party and spread it on some crackers. Actually, these Try the World boxes are really making me crave throwing a themed party of my own.
Vanoli Chimichurri Ahumado– This is meant to be a side condiment to dip meat or veggies in… especially good for dipping BBQ meats in. I’m a huge condiment lover and barely have any room left on the side of the fridge, but I will just have to make room. Maybe throw out the cold and allergy medicine. We don’t need that, right?
Try the World is $39 and you receive a box every 60 days. You can sign up here if you like!
So this was what was in my Try the World this month… what do you think? I think everything in here is definitely something that I’ll be eating. I’ve already started!
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