I spotted pickle-flavored potato chips in London in 1994, and was so intrigued that I remember the siting still. American chip-makers have gotten creative in the last few months, placing flavors as odd as cappuccino on supermarket shelves.
Scotland beats that. Not the oddity, maybe. Cappuccino-flavored potato chips sound offensive. But in terms of variety, Scotland's "crisp" manufacturers are pretty fearless. Here's an assortment of what I eyed last week.
My all-time favorite, not that I tried it--cheesy beans on toast. An English friend once made us her family's staple breakfast--poached egg and baked beans on toast. This must be a take on that.
I tasted none of these, chip addict and waist-watcher that I am. And I'm not sure I'm game to venture beyond Wise onion and garlic. But I sure had fun finding them.