StarKist Bold Tuna Creations Thai Chili Style
Taste test: StarKist archrival Bumble Bee makes an envelope of Thai Chili Tuna with some major heat, so this one seemed like a great opportunity to make a direct comparison. I opened the packet to find that the tuna had a pinkish color, plus some red pepper bits, with a moist but not watery look.
I scooped up some tuna (using my own spoon, as this one didn't provide a spork) to find that this tuna was really packed with Thai Chili flavor, so much so that the tuna itself was not the dominant taste. There was some minor heat, and a bit more of it in the aftertaste, but in both cases there was far less of it than the Bumble Bee version. Very good!
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Smell test: Zesty and tangy, not like tuna, and not hot.
From the package: “90 Calories” ... “14g Protein” ... “Chili peppers and a touch of sweetness lend a bold kick to our Thai Chili Style premium wild caught tuna. Turn up the flavor and heat by adding it to a salad, wrap or even eating it straight out of the pouch.” ... “Product of Ecuador” ... “Do not microwave” ... “Product may contain bones”
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Company: StarKist Co.
Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Ecuador (20 reviews)
- Hot Snacks (1076 snacks)
- Chili Chips (236 snacks)
- Tuna (24 snacks)
- Envelopes (22 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2021
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