Review: Try The World

August 20, 2014

When I was asked to review Try The World, I jumped at the incredible opportunity.  Discover great food from around the world in a box?  Sign me up!

I adore everything about this company.  I love their name, their logo, their packaging, their products, and their mission.  Try The World believes the best way to discover a place is through food and art.  They work with local experts to bring the best gourmet foods and selections of music, movies, and culture tips from each country right to your doorstep.

Imagine my surprise when the first box arrived and it was all about Brasil.  How synchronistic that it should be my favorite country in the world!

I must have spent an hour examining the products and dreaming about my unforgettable time spent throughout the country.  The box of goodies brought back such beautiful memories for me.  Besides all of the food products, each box comes with a culture guide that not only explains the significance behind every product, but also contains interesting information about the country itself.

Here are some more facts about Try The World:

  • Membership is free and you will only be charged for the box you are about to receive
  • Your first box will be the Paris Box
  • You will receive an email revealing your next destination
  • Skip, pause or cancel anytime
  • Great value at only $45 per box
  • Free shipping

I say start your journey with Try The World today and you will have the best of what Paris has to offer at your door within a week!

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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23 thoughts on “Review: Try The World

  1. Jenna

    I can only imagine your reaction when you opened it and it was Brazil! I know all those products I see in there (except the jar since I can’t tell what’s inside). We eat all those things as snacks when we are there and always bring the maracuja tea, goiabada, and bananinhas home so we can eat them back in the U.S., too.

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  3. Yzzah

    Wow! What an interesting box!
    Believe me, I’m currently looking it up. Who wouldn’t love a box filled with something from one part of the world?
    But, is the first box always Paris?


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