Hardbite Potato Chips Himalayan Crystallized Salt
Taste test: With the "Hardbite" name, we of course expected these potato chips to be crunchy, and they were indeed noticeably crunchier than your average chips (though still not the crunchiest chips ever). The chips were somewhat wiggly and ranged in color from pale yellow to brownish orange, with some dark spots and some bits of skin on the edges. There was a lot of potato taste to go along with that good crunch. All of our tasters liked the chips.
I was expecting to see or taste something notably different when it came to the salt, but it didn't really seem much different from your usual chips, nor taste particularly distinctive.
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Smell test: Nice baked potato smell.
From the package: “Croustilles de pomme de terre” ... “Wrap your teeth around the original Hardbite Chips. Rugged dippin' chips. Not some flimsy imitation. The perfect chips to satisfy all your physical and emotional cravings. Our chips are made with unfettered free range potatoes sliced, spiced and kettle cooked for that incredible big bite taste.”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Canada (346 reviews)
- Potato Chips (2004 snacks)
- Regular Potato Chips (252 snacks)
- Himalayan Salt Snacks (25 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeff Duryea in Vancouver. Review published .
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