Another J-List item. These are billed as tasting like spicy fried chicken and carry a photo of drumsticks on the front to hit the point home.
The powder tastes like chicken breading, actually. I licked some off the top of the canister package. It tastes like salt and pepper and MSG. Your standard ramen flavor. Maybe a hint of chicken bouillion, too. The unfortunate case with Pringles is that they're so concentrated with their potato crisp and flavor that they often ignore the flavor their chips are supposed to be, and eventually, all you can taste is the potato flavor of the chips unless you pay attention.
I think real chips would benefit from this flavor, even though there's no spice or chicken flavor to speak of. It had hints of garlic, paprika, but overall, simply your generic spices found on snack foods mimicking real foods, and no spiciness or heat at all. Like eating roast chicken skin.
For someone who likes salt, these border on unbearably salty, almost getting sour at the end. I'm a salt fan, but if you don't like the taste sensation of pouring Morton's into your mouth or snorting flavor packets from ramen noodles, please avoid these.
Labels: 3, asian, chips