I'm not Puerto Rican although I get mistaken for one from time to time. Puerto Ricans and Creoles are very similar. From our close-knit extended families, to our unique ethnic mixes, to our pride for our culture. Needless to say, attending the Puerto Rican Festival every summer was always a great time!
My ex-girlfriend and I decided to meet her family at the Puerto Rican Festival in San Dimas. Sounds of merengue music filled the air, the smell of tostones frying filled our nostrils, and beer flowed freely. Too freely, as my girlfriend at the time was a lightweight, and wasn't the most jovial of drunks.
As all of us were sitting around the campsite laughing and drinking, the beer goggles must have gave my girlfriend the eyes of an eagle. Far across on the other side of the park was a tent that read "Psychic Readings." We all saw her eyes light up. Her sister begged her not to go as she knew psychics wouldn't always tell you something positive. Her sister didn't want the family outing ruined. I guess her sister was the real psychic because that's exactly what would shortly happen.
As she made her way toward the tent, I sat in suspense waiting. A feeling of anxious curiosity welled up in my stomach. After what felt like 2 hours, she made her way out of the tent. As her silhouette grew closer, I could see her eyes were bloodshot red. I asked her how it went. She hit me in the chest. She proceeded to yell at me, asking me "who the fuck was she talking about?" Puzzled, I tried asking her what she meant. The psychic told her I was cheating on her and we wouldn't be together much longer. I wasn't, I've never cheated on anyone. Although the psychic was correct about a few things. The psychic accurately predicted we wouldn't stay together (no thanks to her) and foresaw that my girlfriend wouldn't be working her current job the distant future (she went on to become a hairstylist). Her sister also accurately predicted the family outing would be ruined. Man, that was a long, awkward drive home!
Anyway...on to the review!!!
Upon first bite, I get the tangy sharp bite of cheddar with a mellow, under note of a very slight essence of hoppiness familiar in most beers. The cheddar is the headliner of this chip, They taste like an extra tangy regular cheddar chip. Pretty good, but nothing special.
3 outta 5 on the Chip Mack scale