What It Is: Food subscription box that chooses one country and curates food items from that country
Subscription Length: Box are shipped monthly
Price: $39 monthly | $198 for 6 months ($33 a box billed at one time) | $348 for 12 months ($29 a box billed at one time)
Billing and Shipping: Boxes have free shipping and the first box ships within 14 days of being billed. Subscription can be paused or canceled anytime.
I’ve had the opportunity to review another Try the World box and I’m super excited! The box that I’m reviewing today is the Italy box which was curated by YouTuber Laura Vitale who hosts Laura in the Kitchen on YouTube (which I’ve been subscribed to for YEARS and love) and Simply Laura on the Cooking Channel. Currently if you want the Italy box you can only get it by subscribing via this link. Here was what was in the Italy box if you’re interested in getting it!
La Pasta di Aldo Egg Pappardelle || Egg Pappardelle is called the “finest pasta in Italy” and comes from Monte San Giusto, Italy. La Pasta di Aldo, a family owned business, uses only all-natural or organic ingredients (only egg and flour are used!) in their traditional Egg pappardelle recipe.
Giuliano Caffe Ground Coffee || Slow Food International named Giuliano Caffe’s Ground Coffee blend “master of taste”. Giuliano Caffe, another family owned business, makes their traditional ground coffee recipe in Caluso, Italy using sustainably produced all-natural or organic ingredients.
Marabissi Classic Amaretti || Marabissi, another family owned business, uses a traditional recipe and all-natural or organic ingredients to make their Classic Amaretti in Chianciano Terme, Italy. Marabissi actually continues to use ground pugliesi almond flour to make their Classic Amaretti while other companies have switched to the cheaper ground apricot kernel!
Societa Agricola Acetomodena Balsamic Vinegar || This balsamic vinegar, which is sustainably made using a traditional recipe and all-natural or organic ingredients, is quality certified by the Italian government! To go along with that, Societa Agricola Acetomodena, which is a family business that supports their local community, grows their ingredients in their family orchard in Modena, Italy.
Sabatino Tartufi Truffle Zest || Sabatino Tartufi has been making truffle products since 1911, so it’s now wonder big time chefs flock to this family owned business in Monte Castrilli, Italy for their products. The Truffle Zest is a new product to the Sabatino Tartufi line and is made with truffles that are actually grown on the family grounds!
Cascina San Cassiano Pesto Sauce || This Pesto Sauce is sustainably made in Alba, Italy using a traditional recipe and all-natural or organic ingredients. Cascina San Cassiano actually makes it in a former Benedictine abbey using a solar-powered factory that doesn’t generate smoke!
Terrigena Mushroom Risotto Kit || Terrigena makes their traditional recipe using all-natural or organic ingredients in Cazzago San Martino, Italy. The rice in the Risotto kit goes through a specific husking process so that the outer layer stays intact, giving a better texture.
Maison della Nocciola Hazelnut Cream || Maison della Nocciola, a family owned business (five generations!) in Montestrutto, Italy grows their all-natural or organic hazelnuts locally and they are actually certified by the Italian government. This Hazelnut Cream is made using a traditional recipe and contains 54% hazelnut cream which is almost 40% more than other spreads on the market!
This Try the World box was a good one and contained a lot of interesting products! I felt like this box actually contained a little something for everyone, which is always a good thing!
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