Love With Food has a fun theme for March, Flavors of the World!
They started the variety off with Cassava Chips by Wai Lana. Description: “Made in Hawaii from nutrient-rich cassava, these gluten-free, non-GMO chips contain 30% less fat than regular potato chips.” I received Sea Salt & Vinegar (yum!) and Thai Curry and Lime, these sound delicious!
Shortbread Fingers by Walkers. Description: “A Scottish tradition since 1898, Walker’s still uses the same family recipe and just 4 simple, all-natural ingredients.” These are my dads favorite, so i’m glad I can share them with him! I received 2 of these cute samples.
Earl Grey Tea by Taylors of Harrogate. Description: “An English classic from Taylors, an official supplier to the British royal household.” This sounds delicious!
Ginger Chews from Chimes. Description: “The uniquely intense ginger grown in the shadow of Mt. Bromo, Indonesia, gives these candies their signature kick.” These have a nice chewy consistency to them and are full of spicy ginger flavor.
Lollipop by Pierrot Gourmand. Description: “These all-natural lollipops, adored by generations of French children, are the perfect little indulgence for any time of day.”
Taco & Burrito Seasoning by Desert Gardens. Description: “Head south of the border, and put some kick into your tacos, burritos or nachos with this all-natural spice blend.” This will make for a fun dinner!
Pasta Chips by Vintage Italia. Description: “Pasta, meet snack time: fresh semolina dough is baked to the perfect crunch with traditional Italian seasonings.” This was delicious!!! I’ll be flying in a few weeks so I saved the other one for my flight and wait time snack.
Chai Spice Macaroons by Emmy’s Organics. Description: “An American classic gets a makeover with organic ingredients and Indian chai spices including cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and clove.” These had a nice chai spice flavor to them, but I’m not a fan of dried coconut flakes.
InkaCorn by InkaCrops. Description: “This giant roasted corn from Peru is non-GMO and gluten-free, and was once used by Incan royalty to reward their heroes.” It has such an interesting story behind it, and I felt like I was eating giant gourmet Corn Nuts!
White Miso Soup by Sushi Chef. Description: “This Japanese staple, flavored with shiitake mushrooms, tofu, seaweed and chives, will warm up your snack break.” This sounds amazing, and I love miso soup! I couldn’t find a website for them, but it is sold on Amazon and at Walmart.
This was an incredible box, and I hope they do multicultural themed snacks again! 🙂