Pretzel Pete Pretzel Pearls Wasabi

Snack Review

Pretzel Pete Pretzel Pearls Wasabi

Buy Pretzels on Amazon #ad

Taste test: These smallish, sphericalish snacks had a fairly dark pretzel color and lots of white seasoning on their surfaces. Some of the pieces were stuck together in two's.

Similar snacks

Chex Mix Max'd Spicy DillChex Mix Max'd Buffalo RanchCheetos Flavor Shots Flamin' Hot AsteroidsChex Mix Hot & Spicy Ghost PepperWorld Market Dark Chocolate Ginger Wasabi with Mediterranean Sea SaltRold Gold Thin Crisps Flamin' Hot

I crunched in to find a tasty mix of salt and spices, the most noticeable of which was garlic, but definitely some others as well, including some decent heat. The heat became even more noticeable in the aftertaste. Unfortunately, I couldn't detect any wasabi whatsoever among those spices, as the distinctive taste and zing of wasabi was entirely missing. So these were pretty good, unless you actually wanted to taste wasabi.

Shop: Buy Pretzels on Amazon #ad

Smell test: Kind of mildly garlicy. Not bad.

From the package: “Accented with Exotic Spices” ... “Mild Heat” ..."Pretzel Pearls are the latest distinctive snack from Pretzel Pete. Combining authentic spices and recipes from the Orient with a unique mini-ball shaped pretzel, Pearls offer the best of East and West. Wasabi Pearls are seasoned with 'Japanese Horseradish' and other exotic spices blended together to satisfy those craving an exciting new snack experience."

Online store: Buy Pretzels on Amazon #ad

Company: Pretzel Pete, Inc.

Categories for this snack:

This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published .


Most popular reviews

Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  1. Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  2. Munch Mates BBQ Corn Chips
  3. Takis Blue Heat
  4. Wotsits Prawn Cocktail Flavour Corn Puffs
  5. Zapp's Potato Chips Evil Eye

Most popular in previous months

Latest reviews

Reese's Thins Dark Chocolate

Still hungry? Check out the 100 latest reviews

What We're Eating

More ...





The Web Just Got Less Useful. Taquitos.net