The House of Good Fortune in EPCOT’s China Pavilion is known for selling some unique snacks! We’ve tried some out before, and we’re back for more! This time, we’re eating three kinds of Lays Chips!
That’s right, there are THREE new flavors we haven’t tried before! So of course, you know that we have to try them. We’re here to let you know what we thought!
First of all, these are not your regular chips, so come with an open mind! The packaging is nice and vibrant for each flavor, but inside they all look basically the same.
Let’s go one by one. Starting with the pink bag: Cherry Blossom Rice Wine!
These are light and floral with a hint of sour from the vinegar. They weren’t bad by any means, but we’re not sure we would get them again. They’re still a fun try, and the bag is so pretty! Next up, we’ve got the Bayberry flavor!
What is bayberry, exactly? It’s a fruit commonly grown in China that has a sweet and tart flavor. As a chip, we thought it was too fruity. It’s certainly NOT what you’re expecting when you bite into a chip. We didn’t love these, but if you really like fruity flavors, maybe you will! Finally, we have that green bag of Chestnut chips!
These were sweet and nutty, and somehow a little creamy?! Believe it or not, it’s not the first time we’ve tasted a creamy chip. These were also not bad! Even if all three chips look exactly the same, they taste totally different!
If we had to rank these three flavors, we would probably put Cherry Blossom White Wine at the top, with Chestnut as a close second, and Bayberry on the bottom. Each bag of chips is $5.25. Again, these flavors are pretty unique, so if you prefer salty chips, these may not be for you. On the other hand, if you tend to like different, sweeter flavors, you might love these! Either way, these are super fun to grab and share with friends or family! Swing by the China Pavilion in EPCOT to find them!
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Do you think you’d like these flavors? Which one(s) do you think you’ll try? Let us know in the comments!