Disclosure: Coffee for Mom received this box to review.
Try the World is a Subscription Box that sends you a beautifully curated selection of gourmet foods each month. Each month is different and based on a different part of the world, you can experience some great foods and gain some cooking ideas from around the world right in the comfort of your own own home.
The Cost – $39 / Box and Free Shipping
Try the World has beautiful packaging, everything is shipped in a sturdy green box and it was also marked as fragile due to having products in glass bottles, I like when companies do this, it shows they are careful.
The box I received was the Italy box, it had 8 food items and was curated by chef Laura Vitale who is a YouTube sensation!
Now, let’s see what was in the box.
Truffles are a delicacy and to sprinkle some truffle zest on top of food, well that just makes it even more delicious.
The luxurious taste of the Italian truffle will take your marinades and dressings to the next level. I am always happy to see truffle related foods!
Great for use on pancakes and will make your PB&J taste even better! It has a creamy intense nutty fragrance without cocoa. It contains no preservatives, or any kind of GMOs and is only composed of natural carefully selected ingredients!
I am a pesto lover so this was instantly my favorite item in the box. Try the World recommends whisking it into a salad dressing or layering it into sandwiches, but I already know this will be part of my Caprese flatbread!
This will also be going on my flatbread and used in salads. Try the world recommends drizzling it over fruit or using it in salads, I like fancy vinegar and can’t wait to try this out!
How did they know I love mushroom Risotto? I usually love it when someone else cooks it for me because I can never get it right but this Risotto kit comes with great instructions and I can’t wait to attempt to cook it!
I am not much of a pasta person but my husband will gladly wolf this down. Try the world recommends making pasta bolognese or pasta carbonara with it, I may try it with some of the pesto.
This coffee blend is named “Master of Taste” and I can’t wait to try it out with my Bialetti stove top coffee maker. Try the World recommends serving it chilled or mixing it up and making a mocha.
Marabissi amaretti alla mandorla
This has the texture of a soft cookie like ball, it tastes like almonds and it would be great to mix in with some strawberry shortcake or even as a small sweet bite with your coffee!
Try the World also includes a very detailed information card and even has some recipes you can try out!
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