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Lay's Kettle Cooked Medleys Sea Salt
Snack Review

Lay's Kettle Cooked Medleys Sea Salt

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Taste test: These chips appeared to have the same three colors of potatoes — dark purple, light purple and yellow — as the Old Glories from Saratoga chips, but thankfully Lay's played the color combination as a "medley" rather than claiming it was red, white and blue like Saratoga did.

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The chips looked nice, with wiggly shapes and bubbly surfaces adding to the nice color variety. I crunched in to find a fairly consistent texture and taste among the three kinds, and that was a good thing, because they all had a nice crunch and were fairly crisp, with a good raw potato type of flavor that was brought out nicely by the sea salt.

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Smell test: Nice rich potato smell, a lot like Kettle Chips brand.

From the package: “Limited Batch mix of 3 potato varieties” ... “Take a moment to savor the fall harvest with limited batch Lay's® Kettle Cooked Medleys Sea Salt chips, a seasonal blend of naturally colorful potatoes, slowly-cooked in small batches and sprinkled with sea salt.”

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Company: Frito-Lay

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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