Lotte Popping Corn Chips Original
Taste test: These snacks were kind of like Bugles — a shape that we've seen in different brands all over the world — but they changed the shape this time, as the open-ended bugle was transformed into a hollow triangular pillow-like shape. Most of the pillows had concave edges, as the pillows weren't super-full for the most part, but the shapes did vary, with some puffier ones having nearly straight or slightly convex edges. The surfaces were golden yellow with a textured look, similar to Bugles.
I crunched in to find a light crunch, not quite as brittle as Bugles, with a taste that was remotely similar, but more cereal-like and not quite as good. The mix of corn and salt that works so well in Bugles just didn't seem to be here. Not bad, but not one I'd highly recommend.
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Smell test: Slightly sweet corn smell.
From the package: “Popping!” ... “Since 1983” ... “Product of South Korea” ... “Keep in a cool and dry place between 18 ~ 22 ®C (64 ~ 72 ° F)”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Phú Cuong Market, Dorchester Ave. Review published .
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