Taste test: These tortilla chips had the same shapes as the Jalapeño Agave and original flavors from Mi Niña, with 1/6-circle shapes, bubbly and bumpy surfaces. The only visible difference was a light seasoning on the surfaces made the chips just slightly darker.
I crunched in to find that on the first bite, the mid-strength cinnamon sugar taste reminded me a bit of churros, but nothing else really did — the solid crunch of the tortilla chip wasn't churro-like, and the use of corn rather than wheat as the base also made the full taste rather un-churro-like. Still, a nice change of tastes for a very different take on the tortilla chip.
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Smell test: Mild cinnamon sugar smell in addition to the usual corn tortilla smell.
From the package: “After years of enjoying fresh corn tortillas shipped by my mother-in-law from my wife's hometown in Mexico, I decided it was time to share real corn tortillas with the rest of New England.”
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Company: New England Tortilla LLC
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Pemberton Farms, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .