Moose Tries New Nomz: Smith’s Thinly Cut Sour Cream And Onion Chips

Smith's Thinly Cut Sour Cream And Onion Chips
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What caught my eye is that the package looks a lot like Lay’s. The logo design and the package color… Just like Lay’s Fromage, which has been a favorite of mine back in my home country—Lithuania.

The taste, however, was nothing like it. It didn’t need to taste the same, but it would’ve been nice for it to have a higher quality of taste on its own. If you get I mean…

Upon checking the package, I’ve discovered that these Smith’s (somehow I keep wanting to type Smoth LOL, like some super cool moth hehehe) chips come from Australia. There’s nothing about Lay’s on the package though…

Moosehaps this is the Australia’s Lay’s, like the United Kingdom’s Walkers? However, Walkers and Lay’s look more like the same brand than Smith’s does.

Who knows? *shrug*

VERDICT: I didn’t hate the taste, it was an ok snack. But it’s unlikely that I will buy these again. I’m gonna say you should try them and see if you like them for yourself though.

Note: Bought at Village Grocer, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Moose Tries New Slurps: HoneyB Sparkling Honey Drink

HoneyB Sparkling Honey Drink
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Once I opened the can… I sniffed it.

It smelled like honey. SHOCKER!

Anymoose…

It also tasted like honey. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?

Ok… It’s like drinking honey, except it’s not as thick.

The best part? Doesn’t seem like there is any extra sugar added, according to the ingredients list.

VERDICT: I don’t hate it. It’s a little too sweet for my taste, despite not having any extra sugar in it.

Note: Bought at Village Grocer, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.