|Travis (torachan) wrote,|
@ 2011-04-03 10:03 pm UTC
|Entry tags:||candy, candy:japan|
I saw these O'Zack Honey Mustard Onion potato chips on sale at work today and had to have them. I've seen O'Zack brand chips before, but never had any because they're not cheap. But they look so good, not just the flavor(s), but the texture of the chips. And I was right. They're very thin and crispy and super delicious. And the honey mustard onion flavor (an "American taste", according to the package) is really good.
Sadly the sale wasn't that great, a 2.4oz/68g bag for $1.98, so I doubt I'll be buying any more at this price, but it was a good choice.
I also tried out Koikeya's Chocolate Shitate Rich Cut Potato Chips. I've heard of chocolate potato chips before, and I like the salty/chocolate combination, like chocolate-covered pretzels, so I decided to try these even though they weren't on sale at all. They're tasty, but not something I'll buy again, and not just for the price. I found that I wanted both more chocolate and more saltiness. As you can see from the picture, they just have a couple lines of chocolate drizzled on (and only on one side of the chips), so there's not that much chocolate flavor.
They're also a smaller bag than the O'Zacks (2oz/58g) and were something like $2.48.