Monday, July 25, 2016

Open Road Snacks


Open Road Snacks was born from a passionate commitment to small-batch-crafted taste on a go-anywhere scale. And whether a customer is making a quick grocery run or grabbing a treat before hopping on a plane, we believe nobody should have to compromise quality and freshness for convenience. With Open Road Snacks you can rest assured you’re doing better; for you. I was sent a variety to sample which was Rocky Mountain Popcorn is wholesome kernels as fluffy as high-country clouds; A crunch as light as the mountain air. Now that’s taking your snack to new heights! Taste huge and I got some single serve bags in flavors of  Jalapeno, White Cheddar, Cheddar Bacon, Caramel, Naked, and Kettle. Full size bags White Cheddar and Kettle.

Diego’s Chips Caution: Contents Hot & Flavorful. Some chips claim to be spicy, but may leave you feeling, well, underwhelmed. ─░Rico, Suave!  Meet Diego’s Chips the bold, spicy snack that’s positively brimming with the authentic flavors of the Southwest.  Hot enough to make your taste buds represent with a fiery spice blend that redefines the borders of great taste.  I got Habanero and Fuego.
Sinfully Thin which is made by Rocky Mountain Popcorn is wholesome kernels as fluffy as high-country clouds a crunch as light as the mountain air. Now that’s taking your snack to new heights! Taste Huge. Behold the savior of snacking, Sinfully Thin. No longer will you be trapped in popcorn purgatory when you unleash the naughty nibbles within. You’ll feel light as a cloud and hotter than Hades no matter how much munching you grant yourself. The flavors I got were Jamaican Jerk popcorn, Blue popcorn, Smoky Red and Supper Pop Popcorn.

My Opinion: I enjoyed the Sinfully Thin they were light as air and some different flavors I had never seen before. Rocky Mountain Popcorn was also equally good but Diego’s chips were way too spicy hot for me.
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