Do They Have These Pringles Flavors Where You’re From?

BradleyFood, Life in the Philippines8 Comments

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Somehow, these just don’t seem very appetizing to me.  I prefer ‘normal’ flavors, like plain, salt & vinegar.  I found these on the shelf at a Mercury Drugs store, which is a combination pharmacy and convenience type store.

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Brad F.

I'm probably going to give in and try the shrimp flavored ones. Shrimp crackers aren't too bad. I'm totally with you on the blueberry & hazelnut flavor though. I don't even want to try.

Maja

I've tried both the Shrimp and the Seaweed flavor. Not bad, the Shrimp taste like shrimp crackers and the seaweed like Nori, something that Lay's also offers. But I prefer more traditional flavors like Sour Cream and Onion (yummy). I've never tried tried the Blueberry and Hazelnut, but I have a friend who is addicted to this new flavor. Berries in my potato chips is just a little too weird for me.

Maja

I've tried both the Shrimp and the Seaweed flavor. Not bad, the Shrimp taste like shrimp crackers and the seaweed like Nori, something that Lay's also offers. But I prefer more traditional flavors like Sour Cream and Onion (yummy). I've never tried tried the Blueberry and Hazelnut, but I have a friend who is addicted to this new flavor. Berries in my potato chips is just a little too weird for me.

Brad F.

That's an interesting project he has going on there. The next time I'm at the store, I'll take a photo of the shrimp Pringles individually so it fits his guidelines. ^_^

Rowena

I'd take the grilled shrimp just because of the container…it's so cute, it's so Hello Kitty pink! Brad, you might want to submit your pic to Project Pringle for kicks. So far the author has only posted 25 Pringle flavors and grilled shrimp is not among the list. See the following posts:
http://everything-everywhere.com/2010/07/02/announcing-project-pringles/
http://everything-everywhere.com/2010/07/13/project-pringles-week-2/

Brad F.

I think I'd be able to stop! This reminds me of the 'seaweed shaker fries' that they have seasonally in Singapore. I wasn't interested in those either.

Brad F.

That's true, but I think I'll just pass on this one. ^_^

Brad F.

Sure sounds like it, doesn't it? I can't imagine eating potato chips with that flavor. Kinda defeats the purpose.

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