I’m back! Though you may not have even realized I left since I had a semi-regular post schedule going. Anyhow, I’m slowly trying to catch up on life again after two weeks of vacation. I ate a lot, relaxed, and took thousands of pictures which I hope to share on this blog once things settle down.
First up, is this quick post on various potato chip flavors offered in Taiwan. This is a post I’ve been wanting to do for years because one of my hobbies is collecting and trying various chip flavors not offered in the US. This time, I made sure to take a pictures of displays and bring some chips back.
The popular brands like Lay’s, Pringles, and Doritos are available in Taiwan, but with different flavors. I like a lot of the flavors offered in Taiwan and wish they would bring them to the US. Oh well.
On this trip, I brought back Lay’s Stacked chips in flavors of chicken and seaweed. The seaweed flavor tastes basically like the seasoned Japanese seaweed snack.
I also got these bacon flavored Pringles.
Char Grilled Ribs flavored Lay’s.
Swiss Cheese. Surprisingly, these had a slight spicy kick to them and didn’t really taste like Swiss Cheese.
Seaweed flavored Baked Lay’s.
In the past, I’ve also tried crab and sushi from the Philippines. I’ve also tried vegetables and grilled corn flavors from Japan. These chips are quite addicting, probably because of the msg. Every time I open one, I can’t stop eating them until the bag is gone. Stay tuned for more Taiwan posts!