Taste test: The picture on the package shows these crisps as being a uniform dark blue, almost a navy blue.
When you open up the can and take a look at the actual crisps, it's a much differen story. It's really more of a cyan blue, with some darker spots and sume lighter spots throughout, and the edges are a yellowish green. Tastewise, these were pretty much the same as regular pringles. Maybe a bit more crumbly. This idea of Summer colors for Pringles apparently didn't work out so well, because I bought this "Summer 2004" can in December, when the price had been reduced from $1.99 to $0.74.
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Smell test: Regular Pringles smell.
From the package: “Colored crisps!” ... “Look for the flavor seal” ... “Papitas Crujientes” ... “Peso Neto 6 oz”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Brooks Pharmacy. Review published .