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.
Regular readers of Chips & Crisps reviews will be aware that our Pringles reviews are largely the same. Certainly with the Texture and Crunch categories. They all look and crunch similarly. 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. There may even have been the odd green fleck here and there.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a slight Onion aroma. The taste was similar, and perhaps one of the more accurate of Pringles flavours, given the variety description. There was most certainly a creamy Onion flavour, which was balanced by the familiar Pringles warm potato flavouring in the background. Again, like other Pringles varieties, they were relatively high in saturated fat and had a moreish moisture removing quality - we wanted to go back for more, but continuously got thirsty throughout the process.