Lay's Pure Spice Flavor
Taste test: These potato chips from China had wide, angular ripples, with light orange color generally, plus some sparse dark seasoning powder. "Pure Spice" is a new phrase to us — other than the words and the chili pepper pictured on the bag, we didn't know what "Pure Spice" meant, so we were eager to give the flavor a try.
We crunched in to find a nice light crunch and a surprisingly mild flavor, way more potato than hot pepper at first, with some mild burn in the aftertaste. Not all that spicy for something called "Pure Spice." A good flavor, but nothing out of the ordinary.
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Smell test: Mild flavor, tangy but not much of it.
From the package: “Product of China” ... “Ingredients: Potatoes, Palm Oil, Flavors (Maltodextrin, Salt, Yease [sic] Extract)”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Lay's Potato Chips (225 snacks)
- Snacks from China (123 reviews)
- Potato Chips (1997 snacks)
- Hot Snacks (1035 snacks)
- Ripple Chips (594 snacks)
- Chili Chips (225 snacks)
This snack was discovered at Super 88, Boston. Review published .
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