Pringles Extreme Torchin' Tamale
Taste test: This version of Pringles came in a bag (rather than a can) and each piece was less than half the size of a normal Pringle, thicker, and strangest of all, they were not uniformly shaped.
They had a very strong, tangy flavor upon biting in, quite flavorful. The flavor continued in a somewhat subdued fashion into the aftertaste, with a good kick of heat. I was expecting a Mexican style of flavor, but I didn't taste that at all, as the intense spices really reminded me much more of Chinese food. (Maybe they borrowed some spices from the Spicy Szechuan Pringles.) At 1.14 ounces, this bag sure felt light and insubstantial, but because the crisps were so small, there were still quite a few of them in the bag.
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Smell test: Mild tangy flavor, similar to other Pringles varieties.
From the package: “Contains wheat, soy and milk ingredients.”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Pringles (146 snacks)
- Hot Snacks (1020 snacks)
- Potato Crisps (414 snacks)
- Snacks in Cans (293 snacks)
- Miniature versions of larger snacks (70 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Lesley University Bookstore. Review published .
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