Laurel Hill Tortilla Chips Chili & Lime
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Laurel Hill Tortilla Chips Chili & Lime

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Taste test: These rectangular tortilla chips had beige surfaces, with geometric patterns of dark spots and not much seasoning visible.

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We crunched in to find a surprising taste, mismatched with the largely lime aroma, and very unlike other chili & lime tortilla chips. It was a zesty mix of spices first, with the chili peppers coming second, then the lime third (and hardly noticeable). The chips were crisp with a nice crunch, and the mix of spices was very tasty and went well the the corn-based chips. Our snackers were big fans of these!

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Smell test: Strong lime smell with a bit of chili peppers, pretty good.

From the package: “Naturally Flavored Seasoning” ... “A zesty combination of sweet red chili & tangy lime, with a touch of sea salt” ... “We worked hard to create a diverse range of tortilla chips that have unique flavor profiles and are made with the best all natural ingredients.” ... “All of our Laurel Hill chips have a custom rectangle/strip shape to make snacking and dipping that much easier and enjoyable — Dig right in — our chips will please the rookie and pro 'snackers' alike!”

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Company: Laurel Hill Foods

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