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Martirelo Patata Palo Aceite de Oliva
These thinly cut potato sticks managed to marry clean tasting oil with crunchy moreishness. As they are thinly cut they absorb a lot of oil, but the olive oil constrained the greasiness. Not completely, but sufficiently to maintain the need for relentless hand plunging into the bag.
Martirelo Patatas Fritas en Aceite de Oliva
These chips were generally small, screwed up, gnarly, and very crunchy. They were also a little greasy, but that just emphasised the tasty, clean and enjoyable flavour.
Martirelo Patatas Fritas Huevo Frito
A Nose Plunge Test revealed little of the mysteries within. They tasted of eggs. I can’t say any more than that. This was a two-man job. They provided two completely diverse opinions on the taste. However, the most important thing is to identify the quality of the flavour description. As I said, they tasted of eggs.
Martirelo Patatas Fritas Jamon Iberico
Iberian ham is a popular flavour option in Spain. Unsurprising, considering how popular Iberian ham is in the country. They were full of flavour. Sweet, syrupy, and particularly salty. They also tasted of ham. Bundles of ham.
Martirelo Patatas Fritas Corte Canapé
Magnificently solid and thickly cut slices of potato. It would do a disservice to describe these as chip or crisps. The use of the word 'Canapé' creates a fascinating diversion. Chips are commonly used for dipping, but the notion they could be used as a base upon which to place other foodstuffs is genius. So, what of the flavour? Other varieties of these chips are often a little potatoey, and sometimes you can get a hint of aged potato. These were nothing like that. Each solid munch provided a hearty, clean taste. I have no idea what the giant bag was for, though.