I mean they’re friggin potato chips. Are you expecting some fresh, home-cooked meal in a large bag for $3? For them being what they are- mass produced, bagged, greasy snack chips-I think they’re not too shabby, and the flavors aren't too far off.
I stupidly picked up a bag of the New York, while passing through New York and immediately regretted everything I’ve done with my life. I threw the bag out after one chip.
I’ve only tasted the Gyro ones, and they had no gyro taste. They tasted like tzatziki sauce. Not great. I like trying new things, but none of this year’s flavors sound all that appealing.
I’d say that Canada’s big leg up on our chips is this...
I enjoyed the gyro chips. It never ceases to amaze me how chips can so accurately capture the flavor of things that are not chips.
They’re still a step above last year’s “flavors” of Capachino and Mango Salsa. The Gyro one I can taste the overwhelming flavoring of cucumber while the Rueben had a saurkraut taste. The Biscuits and Gravy were decent in flavor, while the truffle fries tasted like seasoned chips.
Canada’s version of this is much, much worse.
But that same year, the U.S. got Cappuchino-flavored, so it all balances out.
Guys, this is very important. I was up in Canada this weekend and they had their own versions of this do us a flavor contest and one was a Butter Chicken flavor, and it was great! The scalloped potatoes and cowboy beans, not so much. But seriously Indian food chips!m I’m thinking any kind of masala flavor base would… Read more
those Reuben Chips are FUCKED !
I lived in Louisiana for 7 years (Baton Rouge) and I do miss these chips (and crawfish, boudin, alligator, fresh oysters, muffaleta, and so on)