pacific northwest addendum

The aforementioned Tim’s Cascade Chips has a line called Hawaiian, and the flavor is called out as Sweet Maui Onion. The previous Tim’s chips were delicious and these were even more special. The chips are maybe sliced thinner than your normal kettle-cooked, making the satisfaction of the crunch even more fleeting; more dramatic. The flavoring is extremely mild, they might pass visually as an unflavored chip, but there’s a wonderful sweetness to be found therein, and the salt comes off on your fingers so you’re left licking it off til you realize you can’t remember the last time you washed your hands. They are literally finger lickin’ good ya’ll! Also, the bag features some ridiculous-looking native Hawaiian homos in a canoe.

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