Yummy Bazaar is a destination food club that delivers gourmet products to your doorstep every month. With the Full Experience, you receive 6-8 full sized gourmet items from a single global destination for $35.95. There is also a Sampler subscription that sends 6-8 sample sizes from various countries for $9.95.
This is the review of the Full Experience box.
My box is full of yummy treats.
This month’s destination is Spain. The info card features a beautiful photo taken in the country, as well as a short message from Yummy Bazaar.
Also featured on the card is a recipe for Paella, a famous Spanish dish mainly composed of white rice, chicken, and seafood.
Of course, there’s also a list of all the items in the box, accompanied by photos and a brief description for each.
Everything in my April Yummy Bazaar Full Experience Box!
El Avion Spanish Bomba Rice ($5.95) If you want a taste of true Spanish paella, this Bomba Rice is exactly what you need. It’s characterized by short grains and it’s also super absorbent. In fact, it can absorb two to three times its volume, making sure that the paella does not get gooey!
Carmencita Paellero Paella Seasoning ($0.79) This seasoning brings the traditional mix of spices blended with real saffron to enhance the taste of the Spanish paella.
It is mainly made with garlic, salt, paprika, corn flour, pepper, clove, and saffron.
Emily Quince Paste With Walnuts ($3.95) This paste makes a perfect topping for toast, pastries, and can be a great filling for turnovers too. It’s made with quince, a pome fruit similar to pear and apple.
It’s actually quite like a jam. The walnuts add a nice crunch to the paste, and it pairs well with cheese and salads.
Ines Rosales Sesame & Sea Salt Tortas ($4.95) These handmade tortas are so crunchy and taste very delicious. They are made in Seville, a capital of Andalusia from Southern region of Spain.
These ready-to-eat snacks are oven-baked, plus they don’t contain any artificial colors and flavors!
Each piece is separately packed inside.
The sesame seed and sea salt are what makes this bread really savory. It is also much lighter than most crackers. They’re super addictive.
Torres Black Truffle Chips ($2.45) Speaking of addictive – we’ve received this from previous Yummy Bazaar boxes and we don’t mind receiving them again because they do taste delicious. These chips are flavored with black Spanish truffles, providing a strong truffle aroma and taste.
These truffle potato chips are gluten free and do not contain artificial preservatives. They’re crisp and crunchy too!
Espuna Sliced Dry Cured Chorizo ($5.95) Chorizo is a kind of Spanish pork sausage which can be eaten on its own or added to various dishes. This particular pack of dry cured chorizo is made of premium pork, Spanish paprika, and hand-picked spices.
NOTE: we didn’t open this pack for the review. Despite the best by date on 5-23 they were MOLDY AND GREEN and got tossed in the bin. We didn’t think to take a photo to update the review.
They’re also pre-cut so you can easily serve and enjoy them. This would pair well with olives, cheeses, crackers, and maybe even a bottle of wine, but we have concerns recommending that you eat them because of our mold issue.
El Romero Almond Turron De Alicante ($6.95) El Romero is a well-known producer of the most flavorful Spanish nougat since 1927.
This Almond Turron is made up of 46% almonds.
The bar can be divided into 3 separate pieces which make it great for sharing.
It looks hard at first glance, but don’t be intimidated because it’s chewy. Also, there are whole almonds in it!
Choco Late Organiko Organic Chocolate ($6.95) Who would have thought that white chocolate, fresh lemon, and cinnamon would make such a mouthwatering combination?
Ingredients are all organic!
This white chocolate bar has a very smooth texture. It’s also portioned into squares and triangles.
Made with 30% cocoa butter, this chocolate bar is very satisfying for the sweet tooth. Its aroma is a mix of sweet and spicy woody that makes it really unique.
All the items in my April box are about authentic Spanish flavors, and I’m happy that all of them took my taste buds to a wonderful journey. My favorite from the bunch is the Choco Late Organic White Chocolate. I quickly downed the bar because it’s really good and it melts in the mouth, and white chocolate is my favorite. I’d be happy to make my own paella, but with no chorizo due to the mold, we used the ingredients for other dishes.
Are you getting this month’s Yummy Bazaar box?