Gallery: Chips from Spain: Jamon, Barbacoa, and More Flavors

Jamon Ruffles
Jamon Ruffles
One word (or is it two?): Bac-Os. That's all we could smell and taste after opening this.
Barbacoa Fritos
Barbacoa Fritos
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.
Gublins Barbacoa
Gublins Barbacoa
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.
Cheeseburger Lay's
Cheeseburger Lay's
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.
Risketos Ketchup
Risketos Ketchup
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
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.
Choco Palomitas
Choco Palomitas
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
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?)