Try The World Snack Box Review

Try The World Snack Box is a subscription service that delivers five gourmet snacks from five different countries every month straight to your door. In the box you will also find information card that includes the story behind each product. If you love a snack, or you want to try a different flavor, you could order it from Try The World Shop. Shipping is always free and you can pause or cancel any time.

Try The World Snack Box

Try The World Snack Box

Try The World Subscription Plans:

  • 1 month for $19
  • 3 months for $18 per box
  • 6 months for $17 per box
  • 12 months for $15 per box

My first Try The World Snack Box included 5 sweet and savory treats from Sweden, France, Morocco, Finland and Thailand.

Try The World Snack Box First inside look

Try The World Snack Box First inside look

 

Original Ginger Snaps:  $3.50 “Nyåkers, a family bakery based in Sweden, has been producing crisp, delicately-spiced gingersnaps for over six decades. Try their traditional ginger snaps straight out of the box or paired with coffee or mulled wine.”

Original Ginger Snaps

Original Ginger Snaps Product of Sweden

Original Ginger Snaps Product of Sweden

Original Ginger Snaps Product of Sweden

I loved these Ginger Snaps. They are thin and crisp, and they taste amazing. I shared them with my best friend and she said they were her favorite treat out of everything in the box.

Soft Salted Butter Caramels:  $19.95 “La Maison d’Armorine’s soft caramels are made with butter and fleur de sel finishing salt from Brittany. The caramels continue today to be made by a cooperative of local artisans according to the original recipe that was developed in 1946.”

Soft Salted Butter Caramels Product of France

Soft Salted Butter Caramels Product of France

These buttery caramels are delicious. They melt in the mouth and have the perfect amount of sweetness.

Palmiers Butter Cookies:  $5 “These sweet, buttery, filo dough cookies are made with all-natural ingredients and authentic Moroccan spice blends. They’re delicious with coffee or tea—or straight from the box.”

Palmiers Butter Cookies Product of Morocco

Palmiers Butter Cookies Product of Morocco

Palmiers Butter Cookies Product of Morocco

Palmiers Butter Cookies Product of Morocco

Palmiers are my all the time favorite cookies. I loved these especially because they are made with all-natural ingredients.

Dried Berry Mix:  $5.50 In Finland’s northern wilderness, Biokia harvests a range of wild and little-known berries such as bilberries and lingonberries. These varieties are packed with healthful fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants and are a wonderful addition to baked goods, yogurt, and creamy desserts.”

Dried Berry Mix Product of Finland

Dried Berry Mix Product of Finland

Dried Berry Mix Product of Finland

Dried Berry Mix Product of Finland

Great treat for those on a diet. I heard they taste good on yogurt.

Spicy Thai Rice Crackers:   $5 “Thailand is the second largest exporter of rice in the world, and rice forms the base of most Thai dishes. These crackers are a great variation on the staple grain: full of flavorful spices, they’re an incredibly addicting snack.”

Spicy Thai Rice Crackers Product of Thailand

Spicy Thai Rice Crackers Product of Thailand

Spicy Thai Rice Crackers Product of Thailand

Spicy Thai Rice Crackers Product of Thailand

These crunchy thai rice crackers were incredible. They are not too hot and are very addictive.

I was very satisfied with my first Try The World Snack Box. Even though I loved everything I received, my best favorite snack was the spicy thai rice crackers. I can not wait to see what they going to send in their next box.

Try The World Snack Box Review

Try The World Snack Box Review

Use promo code DIANATRAVELS to get 15% off all subscriptions.

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PR Sample. Thank you so much Try The World for the amazing box.

 

 

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