Taste test: These snacks from Thailand looked a lot like Bugles, with a corn-based material formed into textured, bugle-shaped pieces, except that nearly all of the pieces were kind of flattened. So they looked a little less like actual bugles (different from the ones pictured on the bag), and the openings were so narrow that you couldn't stick them onto your fingertips like Bugles.
Despite the altered shape, they were quite good, with a nice crunch and very nice sweet and salty corn taste that was a lot like Bugles — good enough that I ate almost the whole bag while writing this review.
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Smell test: Weird corn smell, maybe sort of cereal-like.
From the package: “American Corn Snack” ... “Product of Thailand” ... “Serving size: 1/2 bag (24 grams) Servings per container: 2” ... “Percent Thai Recommended Daily Intakes for population over 6 years of age are based on a 2,000 kcal diet.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Phú Cuong Market, Dorchester Ave. Review published .
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