Taste test: These chips were sort of like Pringles, in that they came in a can and were uniformly shaped and stacked. However, this can was triangular, versus the round Pringles can, and these chips were tortilla chips made from corn, rather than potato crisps made from processed potatoes. Also, this can was made of plastic, unlike the Pringles can, which is a composite of paper and aluminum. Like the can, these chips were triangular in shape, but the triangle was warped into sort of a scoop, which was good for maximizing the salsa-to-chip ratio.
The chips were OK. If you eat too many, you might notice that they're kind of bland and uniform (I think the problem is that the flour is ground too finely), but if you eat just a few, they taste like regular tortilla chips.
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Smell test: Smells like tortilla chips, heavy on the corn.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Kmart.
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