Taste test: This can said "Potato Chips" in big letters on the front, but the snacks inside were not sliced from potatoes, as they were uniformly shaped crisps made from dried potatoes, much like Pringles.
We crunched in to find that the crisps were fairly thick as Pringles clones go, with a soft crunch and a mildly tangy flavor. It didn't taste bad, but it didn't really seem like much of a barbecue taste. One of the chips was rather deformed, so the shapes were not quite as uniform as we've come to expect from Pringles.
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Smell test: Tangy but kind of weird. Not barbecue, not particularly good.
From the package: “Malaysia Halal”
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Company: Liberty Gold Fruit Company Inc.
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This snack was discovered at Super 88, Boston. Review published .