Pringles Tortillas Cinnamon Sugar
Taste test: This was one of the rare Pringles flavors offering a sweet rather than savory seasoning, and in this case it was on a corn-based chip rather than the potato crisps usually associated with the Pringles name.
We opened the can to find that the chips had yellow surfaces with lots of black spots, much like the other Tortillas flavors (which include Southwest Ranch, Nacho Cheese and Zesty Salsa). There was a very light amount of cinnamon-looking seasoning in some places. We crunched in to find a very, very mild cinnamon sugar flavor, barely noticeable at first. But it was a pretty nice flavor after eating a few chips, blending nicely with the corn flavor. Subtle but quite tasty!
Believe it or not, this wasn't the first cinnamon version of Pringles. They previously sold a cinnamon sugar flavor of the standard potato-based Pringles. And before that, they had a a cinnamon sweet potato version, sold in a bag instead of a can.
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Smell test: Mild cinnamon sugar smell, mixed in with corn, nice.
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Categories for this snack:
- All Pringles (148 snacks)
- Tortilla Chips (594 snacks)
- Limited Editions (419 snacks)
- Snacks in Cans (296 snacks)
- Cinnamon Snacks (161 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2015
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