Details: Bought this in an Asian supermarket. Couldn’t find a website. There is an incorporated address on the back that places the company in Pennsylvania.
It’s hard to make out in the picture, but this is actually one of seven varieties of flavors this baked good comes in. The label identifies all seven and what’s in them in tiny text. I think the line of purple sesame seeds on this particular one signify that this is the taro filled flavor.
This was tasty, flaky and good. I’ve had one other product from Judy’ Bakery Shop and that was great as well. Considering how much I’ve enjoyed this company’s products so far, I am unsurprisingly becoming a fan.
Overall, this was great. It was heavy, buttery and delicious. I’d gladly buy it again… when I’m in the mood for something heavy and sweet.
Shrimp chips are an ubiquitous flavor of east Asian snacks. They’re everywhere. Calbee’s brand of shrimp chips are no different than any other brand. They all just taste the same. Furthermore, they are all equally tasty.
For those that have never had shrimp chips, you should know that they don’t really taste like shrimp. It’s a savory taste, but I’d equate them more to the flavor of monosodium glutamate (MSG) rather than any kind of seafood. Actually, I’m not sure there’s even an MSG in this. It’s just very savory.
Cheez Doodles are a classic snack I’ve always enjoyed. My only complaint is that the primary ingredient in these things is air. They’re puffed snacks, which means that it’s a mostly empty snack. You’re getting less quantity per bag than if you bought another snack with a higher net weight. Also, don’t think they’re healthy though because they are still extremely greasy and oily.