Taste test: These potato chips had very wiggly shapes and a nice golden yellow color, with a few dark spots on the edges of some chips.
We crunched in to find that the chips had an intense crunch, but that good crunch quickly got overshadowed by the habanero, as it was sufficiently strong to became the real focus of attention. The mango was most noticeable on the first bite, as the heat could be felt immediately and then grew stronger, plus it stayed around for the aftertaste. This should should serve as a reminder to take the habanero pepper seriously. Our snackers enjoyed these a lot while enjoying some draft beer.
Smell test: Slightly fruity smell, but no heat.
From the package: “Spice up your snack experience when you crunch into Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips with Mango Habanero. Inspired by Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire, these chips will really heat things up! Seasoned with the fiery heat of habanero peppers and the sweetness of mangos, these chips will spark a fire in all of your snacking occasions. Open a bag of Mango Habanero Hawaiian Kettle Style Potato Chips and imagine yourself on the Big Island at dusk, surrounded by the heat coming from the peak of Mount Kilauea. ”
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Company: Pinnacle Foods Group LLC
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