Chio Taccos Texas Barbecue Flavor
Taste test: These ring-shaped potato snacks were fairly small at about an inch in diameter, with a light beige color and just a hint of orange seasoning. They were a bit bigger than Hula Hoops and Ringolos but had a much less dense feel, more like the much larger Funyuns-style rings. The big appeal here was the "Taccos" name because we love tacos (and "Taccos" seems close).
We crunched in to find a nice, mildly tangy seasoning that worked well with the potato, but it didn't have a strong Texas barbecue taste, nor any taco taste. But they were nicely crisp, light and tasty. It was fun to offer them around to people saying, "Would you like to try some Taccos?" knowing that these potato rings were probably the last thing that the question would bring to mind.
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Smell test: Very middle tangy. Only remotely barbecue-like, and not at all taco-like.
From the package: “Premium quality” .... “Made in Germany” ... “The Chio quality promise for premium pleasure” ... “The very best ingredients” ... “Distributed in the USA by Markpol Distributors Inc.”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Germany (58 reviews)
- Barbecue Snacks (477 snacks)
- Potato Crisps (405 snacks)
- Ring-shaped Snacks (75 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Amy and Mary Anna at Golemo's Market, Worcester, Massachusetts. Review published .
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