Pickle-flavored Pringles

Japanese consumers eat pickles by the gallon, but not THESE kind of pickles. Rating three splats on the Sour-O-Meter, Screamin’ Dill Pickle Pringles are the most mysterious flavor I’ve seen yet. I mean, last time I checked, sourness wasn’t the most prized attribute of potato chips. I can tell they’re not a locally developed product because the legalese is all in Spanish, so it remains a total mystery to me why this store in Shimokitazawa feels their customers might crave this oddity!

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Jonelle Patrick writes novels set in Japan, produces the monthly e-magazine Japanagram, and blogs at Only In Japan and The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had

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3 thoughts on “Pickle-flavored Pringles

    1. Now THAT makes sense! I think dill pickle flavor is far more appreciated there than in Tokyo! Guess the only “Only In Japan” element of this post is that only in Japan would I wonder why they’re selling these here…

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