Some people say that Pringles are not chips or crisps (as they call them in Europe)… They are definitely chips to me and I love them immensely. I have always loved them.
When I was a kid, I would search my house top to bottom for $ .99 to buy a can of sour cream and onion pringles at the gas station. It an after school snack I would try to get and hide, everyday until my mom came home. No, it didn’t spoil my appetite one bit. I would get 3/4 of the way through that thing as long as I had a Sprite to go with it. Good times, great oldies. Now there are some crazy ass flavors Pringles has come out with that I like and very much dislike. Since I am a bit more outgoing with my tastes, I am eager to try the different uh “shades” or “hues”, shall we say, of the modern Pringle hmmm…?
The only thing that really drew me into tasting these were the “honey” aspect. I usually don’t enjoy sweet potato chips, BUT I do like sweet and salty combinations. Let’s get in.
There was a strong smell of mustard, a little vinegary. Also the chips were coated pretty nicely with a yellowness that was brighter than the plain flavored Pringle – a plus. The first bite was definitely flavorful, more flavorful than the sour cream and onion. This does not mean better tasting, just it filled the tastebuds which is a good thing. Very pungent.
Every single chip had much coating and flavor. These things have a lot going for them. I definitely enjoyed going through them. One thing though, I could only go through 1/2 a can because of there was so much flavor. The taste buds can get a little warn out sometimes. BUT these guys are really really really good! Mayda approved for sure.
The round up:
Would I buy it again? Yes (depending on my mood though. sometimes I gotta have the usual S&O)
Could I finish the can? eh… maybe with a sprite or an orangina
Overall rate (1-10): 8.5
Thanks for reading. More to come!