Taste test: These tortilla chips had a long, narrow rectangular shape with lots of bubbles, with a darkish yellow color.
Seasoning levels varied from chip to chip, and it was easy to tell which ones would have the most flavor, because the seasoning powder was very dark. All of the pieces were wiggled somewhat, and some were even folded over. I expected lots of chile and lime taste, and I'm not always the biggest fan of that particular flavor combination, but I was surprised to find that the flavor was actually a bit subdued (though still sharp) and quite tasty. I ended up eating a lot of these chips. The chili pepper had a hot aftertaste that lingered in the back of my throat for a while.
Smell test: Very nice. Chile and lime, but lots of toasted corn too.
From the package: “Totopos de maíz con chile y especias”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Circle K, Tempe, Arizona. Review published .