Taste test: The large, reddish-orange chips were each a large quarter-circle, and you could see some of the crushed red peppers embedded inside the chips.
It didn't notice much jalapeño taste at first, as it was pretty much a regular tortilla chip taste, but there was a moderately hot jalapeño aftertaste that kept growing as I ate more chips. That lingering heat soon became the dominant taste. The chips were fairly thick and had a very good crispness. They generally had just a slight curvature, so they decent but not perfect for dipping, as I dipped them in both sour cream and salsa without any breakage.
Smell test: At first, it just smelled like regular tortilla chips, but after that, I could smell some tomatoey spices.
From the package: “For mind. You haven't tasted chips or crackers like these. Trust us. The flavor will surprise and delight you. For body. We put the flavor in the chips, not on them. Only a handful of all natural ingredients are needed to provide the rich and savory flavors. For you. We invite you to experiment with out products. These original tastes are perfect for a variety of occasions, from informal snacking to hosting guests around a dinner table.”
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Company: FoodShouldTasteGood, LLC
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Whole Foods Market (formerly Bread & Circus). Review published .