Both #garlic and #onion are hardly there. Disappointed. Very average. 5.5/10.
At the moment, I prefer Lay’s Wavy to regular Lay’s because they ‘re thicker and tougher, making them less greasy and suitable for dipping. Obviously, tasty chips can stand on their own, but it’s always nice to have options.
This flavor should have been called ‘Kebab’ instead of ‘Grilled Meat’. Just look at the photo on the packaging. So odd. THIS is how I imagine grilled meat. Then again, I’m not exactly a meat lover, so I might be wrong.
The chips are pretty nice though. Not too meaty, not too bland. I’ve purchased these several times now.
Bought and eaten in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Let’s start from the beginning: I love Ruffles. What I love even more is their Ultimate line. What makes them better than regular Ruffles? They are thicker, have deeper ridges, and are seasoned more heavily, which obviously seems like a good thing to me. The thickness makes them perfect for dipping (Ruffles Ultimate dips are just fucking awesome), but the amazing seasoning doesn’t even let you think about dipping them in anything. My advice: if you’re really hungry and badly feel like pigging out, feel free to have your chips with Ruffles Ultimate dip (try Ruffles Ultimate Smokehouse Bacon Dip); and if you feel a little bit like dieting that day, just skip the dip and eat away!
How are they different from other BBQ chips? They’re sweeter and smokier. Just like the title suggests. The spiciness is also present, but it’s not overpowering. Here’s a list of the ingredients: sugar, brown sugar, chipotle chili pepper, molasses, onion powder, tomato powder, paprika extracts, garlic powder, and honey. Yum, yum, yum!
Bought and eaten in Los Angeles, CA.
My rating: 9/10.