Spam Macadamia Nuts
Taste test: This flavor of Macadamia nuts jumped right out at us as one that we needed to taste.
We opened the can to find that the nuts looked fairly ordinary, with a light beige color and not much seasoning visible. We crunched in to find that they were quite tasty, with a mild savory seasoning that was consistent with the taste of Spam, in a good way. The Ingredients on the can were kind of ambiguous about whether there was any actual meat used in the flavoring, but we're figuring there wasn't. Tastewise, nothing to fear here, give it a try!
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Smell test: Nice mild tangy smell, could certainly pass for seasoned meat.
From the package: “Ingredients: Dry Roasted Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts, Salt, and Spam brand flavoring.” ... “Spam is a trademark of Hormel Foods, LLC”
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Company: Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company
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This snack was discovered by Pete Nersesian. Review published .
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