Try The World Pop-Up & Exclusive Sneak Peek of Thailand Box

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Gourmet foods from around the world are now available in one convenient location!

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Last Tuesday night, Heydoyou.com was invited to attend an evening of international food and drink to celebrate the launch of Try The World’s dynamic pop-up boutique. 

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Try The World’s pop-up store (118 Orchard St. at Delancey) will be open every day from 10am – 7pm through Dec. 29, selling boxes from Spain, Japan, Paris and the limited-edition Holiday Box.

Try The World‘s upcoming Thailand box will be a great way to kick off the new year. The box features 8 novelties, available in various versions. Listed below is a sneak peek to awaken your appetite of what’s to come!

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Jasberry | Jasberry Rice | Roi-Et & Yasothon

A new strain of rice, jasberry is packed with antioxidants and fiber, making it one of the most healthful varieties. It’s also GMO-free, organic, and fair trade: Siam employs only small-scale producers and shares a third of their profits with farmers and cooperatives.

  • supports local community
  • all-natural or organic
  • sustainably grown

Nittaya Thai Curry | Curry Paste | Pathum Thani

Centuries ago, Thai cooks took inspiration from Indian curry to create a distinct variation using fresh herbs. Based on their traditional family recipe, Nittaya has gained a reputation for quality, making this curry a new staple in home kitchens in Thailand.

  • all-natural or organic
  • family business
  • traditional recipe

Lumlum | Tom Yum Soup Spices | Lamphun

A perfect balance of sour and spicy, Tom Yum Soup is known for its medicinal properties. The lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, and chilies in this set are harvested from a small village in northern Thailand and make it easy to cook your own soup at home.

  • traditional recipe
  • all-natural or organic
  • sustainably grown

Chiwadi | Coconut Flower Syrup | Samut Songkhram

A popular sugar replacement, this hand-harvested syrup is made by collecting the nectar that flows from coconut flowers when the blossoms are cut and bruised. The producer, Chiwadi, provides fair wages and funds local projects in western Thailand.

  • traditional recipe
  • supports local community
  • all-natural or organic
  • sustainably grown

Virgin Coco | Coconut Crispy Rolls | Kanchanaburi

In Thai, these crumbly cookies are called thong muan—and loaded with symbolism because of it: thong means gold, so giving these cookies to someone as a gift is seen as a wish for wealth. They’re particularly delicious alongside traditional Thai tea.

  • traditional recipe

Eros | Dried Fruit | Bangkok

Families in Thailand generally buy produce from trucks that drive up and down the street to announce what’s available. These fruit and vegetables form an important part of the Thai diet. Locals enjoy the fresh or dried variety as a snack during the day.

  • all-natural or organic
  • traditional recipe

Chaidim | Herbal Tea | Chiang Rai

Chaidim grows their own organic aromatics in northern Thailand to create healthful tea blends, such as these three made with lemongrass. A natural tonic, lemongrass has anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, antioxidant, and therapeutic properties.

  • all-natural or organic
  • sustainably grown
  • supports local community

Wangderm | Thai Iced Tea Kit | Chiang Rai

The milky and grassy flavors of Thai iced tea make it one of Thailand’s best-loved beverages. This kit is made by Wangderm, a company established on the site of the old royal palace in Bangkok that is committed to preserving Thai culture through food.

  • traditional recipe
  • family business

***Siammit | Spicy Rice Crackers | Suphanburi

Thailand is the second largest exporter of rice in the world, and rice forms the base of almost every Thai dish. These crackers are a wonderful variation on the staple grain: crunchy and full of flavorful spices, they’re an addicting snack that’s great with tea.

  • traditional recipe

***Minemadame | Taro Chips | Saraburi

A starchy root vegetable, taro tastes similarly to a potato, but is richer and milky in flavor. It’s generally sold fresh, cooked, or fried in markets in Thailand. True to Thai tradition, these chips are sweet and salty—a delicious snack at any time of day.

  • traditional recipe
  • all-natural or organic

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