Check out the traditional Thai hat flying off the chip’s head as it dips itself into the spicy coconut curry!
In December, a fried chicken flavor called “Party Chicken” was released in two sizes, featuring a couple of chip revelers enjoying fireworks and cups of tasty karaage.
Next up is a healthy-looking offering, promising “an addictive, refreshing, tart flavor”.
This original Japanese flavor appeared in February 2016, combining the flavor of wasabi and seaweed for a hit of umami goodness.
A regional Japanese delicacy was introduced to the Pringles lineup last year, with the takoyaki, or octopus ball, flavor available for sale only in the Kansai area (Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo, Nara, Wakayama, and Shiga Prefectures), where the dish is famous.
Another Japanese flavor sensation, this one captures all the delicious flavors of karaage, or crispy fried chicken morsels, complete with a tavern-like izakaya setting on the tin.
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