Try the World Snack Box March 2016 Review + Coupon – 1st Box $4.00
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Try the World Snack Box contains five gourmet snacks, from five different countries, for $19.00/month. All the snacks are artisan based and you will get an information card to go with your items. Shipping is free and you can skip or cancel anytime. You can consider this a mini Try the World box.
The regular Try the World is $39.00 and contains 6 to 9 Thai delicacies curated by a local expert. Try the World sends a new box every two months for $39.00.
Cost: $19.00/month, $18.00/month for 3 months, $17.00/month for 6 months. $!5.00/month for 12 months
What’s in the box? Each box contains 5 snacks from 5 different countries!
Managing your account: Skip or cancel anytime.
The snack box arrived in a bright red box!
First Look. There was a card on top letting me know this was my 1st snack box
The card in the box has a picture and description for everything in the box.
Orientines Cookies (Morocco) These little square cookies practically melt in your mouth. The orange really isn’t very pronounced in the cookie but gives it a slight citrus flavor.
Biokia Dried Berries (Finland) These lingonberries are frozen then dried to preserve their flavor. These tiny sweet and sour berries and are fantastic right out of the bag, or are great on a salad.
Siammit Rice Crackers (Thailand) Thailand is one of the largest exporter of rice in the world. These little rice cakes are the size of those small round hashbrowns and have the consistency of rice krispies. They are not too strong, and have just the right amount of spice. The fact my 4-year-old ate one, is proof they are good.
NyÃ¥kers Gingersnap (Sweden) These were in the Holiday 2014 box, only in the orange flavor. These are even better! These crispy think cookies taste just like a ginger snap! These are usually ate on December 13th for St. Luciaâ€™s Day, which commemorates the girl who brought food to the Christians being persecuted in Rome.
Truffette de France Chocolate Truffles (Canada) These were also in the Holiday Box this year and are fantastic. These rich truffles are like tiny balls of cake, covered in cocoa powder. So good!
Final Thought: This was a really nice snack box! The berries and the rice crackers were my favorite snacks in the box. I was really surprised about the rice crackers, because I didn’t expect to love the,. At $19.00/month, I thought this was nice box. Right now, you can save $15.00 on your 1st box with this link and the coupon SNACKNOW. You can get your 1st box for $4.00 OR subscribe for a year and you get your 1st box free (yearly subscriptions work out to $15.00/month).
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