Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Try the World Snack Box Review May 2016 plus Coupon Code

Try the World is mostly known for their monthly and bi-monthly boxes featuring carefully selected products that are most representative of a specific country's cuisine. Now, however, they also have a new and wonderful Snack Box! The Snack Box is stuffed with five specialty food products from five different countries. Sounds fun, right? It is!
These are not sample sizes either. They're good sized products with plenty of snacking delight included.

The Cost: $15/month

What You Get: Five specialty food products from five different countries, delivered monthly.

Nyakers Ginger Snaps- Thank you Sweden for this wonderful treat. I've loved gingersnaps forever and these super thin, crispy ones are my favorite. These are gingertastic and disappearing quickly. Yum!
Eros Dried Jackfruit- I'm not even sure what a jackfruit is but it's found in Thailand. These are large dried pieces and they're somewhat addicting. I can't describe the taste beyond light and sweet-ish. It's rich in fiber and vitamin A, too.
Orientines Craquants Au Fromage- Cheese crackers. These are made in Morocco with all natural ingredients. They're pretty tasty and can be eaten as a snack or paired with wine and cheese. I wonder if they're good with hummus. I'll have to test it.
G. Cova & C. Biscottini- This is a very light and crumbly biscottini. I'm sure it's packed with butter. They're delicious! And look how many you get! Twelve individually wrapped pieces! I need to go make some hot chocolate to dip them in.
Maison d'Armorine Butter Caramels- These are really chewy. I'm not sure I like them even if they are made with butter and salt from Brittany. These have been made in France since 1946! Maybe I need to taste test a few more times...

VERDICT: I am very impressed with the Snack Box from Try the World! The sizes of the products included are amazing! I love getting large size snacks. I can't believe this box is only $15. I got to try some strange new foods which is fun and I like the fact that there are a variety of countries represented, too.

If you would like to sign up for Try the World's Snack Box, you can do that here. Use coupon code bitsandboxes for 15% off your order.

Have you tried this Snack Box before? What did you think?

*This box was sent complimentary for review purposes. All opinions are mine. Affiliate links were used in this post.

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