Taste: These are good chips, and they're quite hot. They've got wide ridges and lots of flavor powder. When you take your first bite, you get some strong barbecue flavor but not really any heat. That lasts about a second, and then the heat starts to kick in. Then it grows. And grows. And grows some more. Then you go running for a cold beverage. The major problem with these was how few chips there were in the large 1-oz. bag. It was on average 2/3 empty in each of the six bags we tried. (We also tried three other kinds of Sundance products — hot popcorn and two kinds of corn chips, and those bags were far more generous.)
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This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer.