Unboxing my Try The World France Box
I love to try food from other countries! Ever since last year when I reviewed the Japan box from Try The World, I loved this subscription box. So of course when I got asked to review their France box I couldn’t say no. Aside from the Signature Boxes from Try The World, they also have their new Snack Box. You can read about that unboxing here. Okay so let’s talk more about this France Signature Box.
What it is: Try The World Signature Subscription Box (you can opt to get the box monthly or bi-monthly)
What it costs: $39/month, you can pay for your subscriptions monthly, every 6 ($33 per box), or 12 months ($29 per box). FREE Shipping, pause or cancel anytime. Your first boxs ships in 2 weeks
What you get: Each box comes with products from a different country every month. Try The World collaborates with notable chefs to curate the selection of products for every box. They make sure that your items are authentic and of the highest possible quality.
Ships to: US
What I love about Every Try The World box includes 7-8 artisanal food items, a culture guide describing each product, ideas for having your own experience of that country in your home & recipes! Here’s what I got in my box.
PALAIS DES THES: Created in Paris in 1987, Palais des Thés is a brand of premium tea brewing excellence from tea leaves right to your cup. Its dedicated team of passionate tea experts has been touring the world for more than 25 years, building long-lasting relationships with its suppliers and in order to bring the best quality teas.
Fig and Walnut Jam: This organic jam is made with two Corsican culinary staples: fig and walnuts. This fig and walnut jam is delicious paired with strong cheeses like Brie or blue cheese.
Clement Faugier Chestnut Spread: This indulgent Clément Faugier Chestnut Spread is made according to a recipe that dates back from 1885 and from chestnuts harvested in Ardèche, a region in France whose chestnuts are so famous that their regional authenticity is protected by the AOC. This chestnut spread is delicious with yogurt, pudding, cake, and ice cream—or straight from the tube.
Domaine des Vignes Whole Grain Mustard: Domaine des Vignes uses quality mustard seeds and vinegar distilled from Bordeaux and Charente wines to make this rich, whole grain mustard. Whole grain mustard is especially delicious with cold cuts and charcuterie.
Persillade Herb Blend: On the northwestern coast of France near the picturesque coast of Mont Saint-Michel, Lucie Peltier creates premium herb blends using organic and sustainably grown aromatics. This Persillade sauce combines parsley, garlic, onion, and salt for a versatile seasoning that’s delicious in salads or with fish, chicken, and dark meats.
Christian Potier Peppercorn Sauce: Though traditionally served with steak, this peppercorn sauce made with cream and herbs is a wonderful addition to poultry, rice, and pasta dishes as well. Packaged in ready-to-use tubes, this Christian Potier sauce enables any cook to discover the authentic flavors of regional French dishes. Simply heat the sauces and pour onto prepared dishes.
La Maison d’Armorine’s Soft Salted Caramels: These 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.