Smith's Lamb & Mint Flavoured Crinkle Cut Potato Chips
Taste test: These wide-rippled potato chips from Australia had a nice range of light yellow to golden yellow colors, with a light smattering of green seasoning bits on the surfaces.
We crunched in to find an excellent light, crisp, somewhat brittle crunch with a very tasty seasoning. It wasn't minty in the sense of any mint candy that I've ever eaten, but whatever it did taste like was good enough that I ate a whole plate of chips in very short order. Excellent!
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Smell test: Nice tangy meat smell, certainly unusual, but I wouldn't have guessed lamb or mint based on the smell.
From the package: “Light up the grill, you know the drill, while the barbie's getting hot. Pass around the Smith's®, those delicious chips are sure to hit the spot. Share 'em with mates, before filling your plates, on any long Summer's day.”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Australia (97 reviews)
- Potato Chips (1987 snacks)
- Ripple Chips (590 snacks)
- Limited Editions (409 snacks)
- Mints (154 snacks)
- Meat Flavored Chips (115 snacks)
This snack was discovered by David Heiniluoma in Sydney, Australia. Review published .
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