One word (or is it two?): Bac-Os. That's all we could smell and taste after opening this.
Taste like slow-cooked meats over an open fire? Ehh. When we closed our eyes, it instead reminded us of chewing on BBQ Corn Nuts.
More barbacoa! These mini bowl-shaped snacks also didn't taste much like barbacoa. Just salty, not very meaty. Tastes about how we'd imagine that video game stock image of a generic meat hunk with grill marks on the bag to taste. But Gublins is a fun name, we'll give them that.
How do you fit a whole cheeseburger in a chip?! It's actually pretty impressive what food science could do here. These uncannily mimic the aftertaste of a McDonald's burger, especially all the toppings: the vinegary pickles, the sweet ketchup, the onions.
Sweet and fruity, with notes of artificial strawberries. Even the ketchup-obsessed might not approve. Stick to dunking your fries in ketchup. (Or chips in ketchup? do people do that?)
Ketchup and Mustard Palomitas
More condiment-flavored snacks. Unfortunately the Palomitas are very similar to packing peanuts. "I've actually tried packing peanuts before; yup, these are them," noted one anonymous taster. You'll get some Play-Doh whiffs on the nose.
Chocolate-covered squiggles. Not a bad concept, actually. Reminiscent of chocolate-covered popcorn. The squiggle body itself was a bit styrofoamy, but in general, we could get behind more chocolate-covered salty snacks.
Barça Classic Chips
Had to grab a bag of these too. Salty, crunchy, and pretty much what'd you expect from a bag of potato chips. (Any other Barça futbol fans out there?)