Taste test: These potato chips had a nice orange glow, with fairly flat shapes with just a few small bubbles embedded inside and occasional bits of skin on the edges. Most of the chips were fairly small.
I crunched in to find a very nice crispness and a tasty, tangy chili kick that was quite a bit different from the typical chili pepper flavors used on potato chips — mildly sweet, but also, something just wow about it. From there, the taste quickly grew got hot, hotter and even hotter. That heat lingered for a very long time in the aftertaste, even after being temporarily drowned by many sips of lemonade. Tasty and hot, quite good!
Smell test: Very tangy. Nice.
From the package: “Product of Japan” ... “Contains soybeans and wheat. Manufactured in a facility that uses eggs, milk, peanuts, shellfish (crab, shrimp) and fish.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at H Mart, Cambridge/Burlington, Massachusetts. Review published .