|Also, "100% chip taste".|
|I bet his name is 'Chip', too.|
|Once again, Chio brand.|
Surely - surely! - dipping our hot chili chips into our hot salsa dip would provide us with the firey joy we were so desperately seeking.
If you are a prescient reader and able to read between the lines of my anticipatory exposition, or if you simply read the second paragraph without skipping over, you'll be able to tell that we would be stupendously disappointed.
The experience was akin to dipping crunchy cardboard into sugary, watery tomato swill. The corn chips were clearly 'plain' flavour that had somehow managed to be packaged incorrectly and the salsa was sweeter than mango chutney - and far less hot.
I checked the ingredients. If Germany is anything like Australia, they are listed in decreasing order of composition. Our disappointment jar's two main ingredients are "drinking water" and "sugar".
|ironically, after opening, you must keep it in a cool place.|
|Cinnamon, chilli and Thai curry|