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Pringles Salsa Potato Crisps
Snack Review

Pringles Salsa Potato Crisps

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Taste test: Generally it's a good thing when Pringles decides to put a new flavor on a crisp, but not this time.

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These were supposed to have a salsa taste, but I never really got it. They certainly didn't taste like crisps dipped in salsa. They left a bit of an aftertaste, somewhat spicy but not particularly hot. Even when licking the powder off the crisp, there wasn't a salsa taste, just a weird taste.

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Smell test: It has an aroma but we can't really place it. Kind of a taco powder smell.

From the package: “Canister contains at least 50% recycled material; 15% post-consumer content.”

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Company: Kellogg's

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This snack was discovered by Keith at Hyatt Regency gift shop, Bellevue, Washington. Review published June 2005.

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