Taste test: This new variety of Pringles was one of three boasting the word LOUD on the can, much bigger than the reduced-size Pringles logo above it. In this case, the Pringles were primarily corn-based, with generally a yellow color, but much like most tortilla chips, the surface color was uneven, with some much darker spots. There was also some bright orange seasoning, primarily on the convex side of the crisps.
The language on the can seemed to imply that LOUD was referring to both the crunch and the taste, but it wasn't completely clear what they meant. (One thing I do know is that the can was shorter than a regular Pringles can, but since it was on salt for just $1, I can't complain.) I crunched in to find that the crunch was good, but fairly typical for Pringles, not louder. The taste was quite nice, with a strong tangy cheese flavor and a middling heat. It really was like dipping a tortilla chip into some spicy queso. Very good!
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Smell test: Nice spicy cheese smell, like a queso dip.
From the package: “Bold flavor. Epic crunch.” ... “Corn Crisps” ... “Contains milk and wheat ingredients.”
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This snack was discovered at Star Market at the Prudential Center, Boston. Review published .