Smith's Crisps Chinese Menu Favourites Sweet & Sour

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Smith's Crisps Chinese Menu Favourites Sweet & Sour

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Taste test: This is the first flavor I have tried from the new Smith's Chinese Menu Favourites line, and I have to say I am not impressed.

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I usually keep an open mind about these things, but I was a little dubious about this flavor choice, and it seems my reasoning was sound. My intrepid deputy taster didn't mind them so much. However, they were not very sweet and not very sour! In fact, I am not really sure what they tasted like, but it wasn't good.

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Smell test: I have no idea what they smelled like (or what they were supposed to smell like).

From the package: “Smith's Crisps are now combined with your favourite Chinese flavours. So now you don't have to leave home to experience the taste of your favourite Chinese restaurant. Smith's Crisps Sweet & Sour is a combination of freshly mixed garden vegetables covered with our Chef's tasty Sweet & Sour Sauce. All combined with your favourite crispy potato chips.”

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Company: Smith's Snackfood Company Limited (Australia)

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This snack was discovered by Mairéad Doolan in Australia. Review published .


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