Taste test: These chips were basically thinly sliced jalapeños with some ranch-seasoned breading added.
They had a much lighter color than plain jalapeños, thanks to the breading, but most of the pieces were roundish, so they still looked like slices of jalapeño. This was a tough sell to talk some of our tasters into trying, but just about everyone who crunched into a handful of these ended up liking them. It was just like biting into a jalapeño, except for the dried factor and the breading/seasoning, and the heat was pretty strong after eating a few. The ranch-flavored breading added some extra flavor while tempering the heat a bit. A few dissenters thought they were awful, but quite a few of our snackers who are fans of hot stuff were very impressed, returning to the bag for extra handfuls.
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Smell test: Mild but fresh jalapeño smell, with just a bit of ranch.
From the package: “Try a slice of spice” ... “Made in Vermont” ... “Hand crafted in small batches at the Cactus Cafe in Stowe, Vermont”
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Company: Ranch Camp Chip Co.
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This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published .