Limited Edition Pringles – White Chocolate Peppermint

Posted in Chips, Confectionaries

Hello friends! Have you all recovered from chowing down yesterday and losing your minds shopping on Black Friday? I personally did not buy anything of excitement today (unless you call a camera lens cleaning kit, two bottles of nail polish and a can of Pringles exciting). I think all the years I spent in retail have left me rather jaded – and I hate crowds.

I was cruising Target this morning with my Mom checking out the deals throughout the store and remembered that maybe just maybe they may have a different selection of stuff 2.5 hours away from where I live. Low and behold I wandered down the chip aisle and spotted the coveted candy cane can of Pringles sitting on the top shelf. I may or may not have ran down the aisle like a crazy person chasing after some sort of low priced door buster… over a can of Pringles… Yeah. I have no shame. I purchased something else to review the other day but these definitely had to cut in the review line. I have now completed the trifecta of holiday Pringle

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After a day of running around and doing a deep cleaning on my camera for a photoshot on Sunday, my Mom broke open a bag of chips and that is when I remembered that I had these gems tucked away in a bag behind me. I cracked the can and took a bit whiff. I could hardly smell anything but cardboard. There was a slight hint of something sweet, but nothing like the mint blast I was expecting. I passed the can to my Mom and she agreed that there was virtually no smell. I dumped out a few to inspect and their was hardly any coating on the outside, practically invisible.

We each tried one and were surprised at the quite different flavor than we expected to encounter. I was expecting a super minty slightly sweet crisp and was met with a slight mint taste and hardly any sweetness. After a few chews I picked up the classic slightly salty potato flavor that a normal crisp has. We each enjoyed a few more, eating them in various ways to see if we could figure out the way to get the maximum flavor from the crisps. We both agree that the best way to enjoy these is two at a time.

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Texture: 4/5 – These have the standard texture of your run of the mill Pringle. Pressed potato, a little bit of flavor dust and salt and that is about it.

Smell: 2/5 – There is hardly any smell to these crisps.

Appearance: 3/5 – These could easily fool someone into thinking that they were going to eat a regular Pringle. Actually this would be an awesome prank to pull on someone. You’re welcome.

Taste: 3.5/ – I think I like these? I was expecting more sweetness from the white chocolate, which was virtually untasteable, but the mint is not over powering at all. The best way I could probably describe these would be you brushed your teeth about an hour ago, so you still have that somewhat fresh mint flavor in your mouth, then you enjoyed some lightly salted Pringles. They aren’t bad, but aren’t great. Of the three the Pumpkin Spice Pringles are still my favorite this holiday season.

Check out what Junk Food Guy & The Impulsive Buy had to say about these!

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