There is little to say about the Pringles canister. It is among the most famous food packaging in the world, the saddle shaped snacks, stacked in the canister is the basis for all of the product's success. The tubes are flavor color coded. That's it. Food packaging perfection.
Again, there was exactly the same crunch to these snacks as the others we have tried - You will not find us describing Pringles as Chips or Crisps on these pages, however the lobbyists and courts may describe them. The reconstituted nature of the snack featured a superb initial crunch, but they quickly turned mushy.
Our first Pringles review was for the Salt & Vinegar flavour - these looked exactly the same. These snacks are very easy to describe. They are famously saddle shaped. The surface was bumpy but smooth. The colour was a very pale yellow that, if it were paint, would be described as 'White, with a hint of yellow.' There was also a lot of pale powdery seasoning.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed an aroma unique to Pringles. That is not to say it was innovative or original, it merely smelled of warm potato. There did not appear to be much of anything to the taste. As most of us are familiar with Pringles Original flavour, and it is the best selling reconstituted potato snack product in the world, it is easy to say they are peculiarly moreish - there must be some kind of hoodoo voodoo chemical concoction in there because we just could not stop eating them! After a few we found our mouths going a little like Wile E. Coyote after eating alum! All the moisture seemed to evaporate. However, they call them 'Original' so we do not get to compare them with peers or Chips of the same flavour, so we have no option but to mark them as the unique and indeed, 'Original' flavour that they are.