Taste test: In terms of taste and texture, these were typical Pringles, but their gimmick was that each crisp had a music trivia question printed on it in blue food coloring, with the answer on the same side of the crisp but upside-down.
The odd thing was that the music questions were about completely obscure recording artists, as in nearly every case, the names were completely unknown to our tasters, including the music buffs. The best guess we had was that this was purely a promotional device, where recording labels buy their way onto the Pringles, rather than having the Pringles folks choose questions based on music that snackers have some possible interest in.
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Smell test: Regular Pringles smell.
From the package: “Made with commonly used food coloring./Hecho con colorantes alimentarios comunmente usados.” ... “Read 'em and eat 'em™”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Dollar Tree. Review published .