Jing Yan Each Bomb Piquancy
Taste test: The design of this bag was quite loaded with seafood, as the front had photos of two fish, a crab and a shrimp or prawn, and the back had all of those once again (but reduced in size) plus two cartoonish whales. We opened the bag to find snacks that looked sort of like fries, with a square profile but hollow, light orange in color, some straight and some curved, averaging about 3 inches long.
We crunched in to find a nice crispness and light crunch, with a tangy taste at first that morphed into a mild heat and slight seafood flavor in the aftertaste. Pretty tasty, and not fishy in a bad way.
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Smell test: Nice and tangy with maybe some hot peppers. Not really fishy at all.
From the package: “Product name: Taiwan whale spicy seafood cracker” ... “Ingredient: Potato flour, cassava, seafood seasoning powder, chili powder, sugar, salt, palm oil, garlic, sucralose, baking powder, Vitamin E, Yellow No. 6” ... “Made in Taiwan”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Super 88, Boston. Review published .
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