Ten Weird and Wonderful Pringles Flavours From Around The World

Ten Weird and Wonderful Pringles Flavours From Around The World

That’s A Lot of Flavors! But for me, growing up there was only one flavour of Pringles chips. It came in a red tennis ball-looking container and it was plain, salty and boy did it taste good. You can find out some interesting facts about this brand in our post “Top 10 Food and Drinks From Around The World“. These days there are probably hundreds of flavours with some being truly crazy and weird, but today we will be taking a look at just ten of what I think are weird, wonderful and definitely worth knowing about…

10. Multi-Grain Farmhouse Cheddar

Multi-Grain for health, Cheddar for flavour, and Farmhouse just to give you that feel of a warm, fuzzy rustic home out in the middle of nowhere.

Cheese Burger

9. Cheese Burger

Who doesn’t love a Cheese Burger? Exactly. The can makes it look appetizing with the Pringle on top of the burger, with the red flag sticking out of it.

8. Memphis BBQ

What do you get when you mix the BBQ flavour with a touch of Memphis, TN (Beale St, Graceland, the list does on)? You get #8 on our list.

Salsa de Chile Habanero

7. Salsa de Chile Habanero

Chile and Habanero are both in the same sentence. What does that mean? That means these suckers will have some spice and kick to them!

6. Bacon

Self-explanatory. Self-standing. Self-serving. Needs no other information. Move on to #5.

XTRA Screamin’ Dill Pickle

5. XTRA Screamin’ Dill Pickle

I’ll be honest. You lost me at ‘Dill Pickle’. But this flavour gets extra points for having both the words XTRA and Screamin’ in the title.

4. Zesty Salsa Tortillas

Somewhere along the line, someone in the Pringles family had the following thought… “You know what’s missing in our Pringles flavours, tortillas.” Add some salsa, a little ‘zest’, and there you have it, Zesty Salsa Toritilla flavoured Pringles.

3. Sriracha

Even if I didn’t know what a Sriracha was, or means, or stands for, the canister has a Chinese Dragon with flames coming out of its mouth.

Wasabi & Soy Sauce

2. Wasabi & Soy Sauce

Wasabi! The stuff will burn your taste buds, but it is fun to say the word. And who doesn’t remember sucking down them soy sauce packets when you had Chinese take-out? Not a big fan of a green chip, but this one works for me.

1. Cinnamon Sugar Tortillas

Cinnamon Sugar Tortillas, the name just rolls off the tip of your tongue and taste buds too. You can’t go wrong with cinnamon and sugar, and sure tortilla might sound like an unusual addition, but they probably had some extras left over from the Zesty Salsa experiment (#4).

Which of these flavours would you try? Are you tried any of them? Do let us know in the comments below. 




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