Edible Good Luck: Shamrock Flavored Chips
Now you can eat your way through some good luck with the first shamrock flavored food, Shamrock and Sour Cream crisps, created by Ireland-based Keogh’s Family Farm.
According to Keogh’s founder Tom Keogh, “the idea for a shamrock crisp came from our absolute pride in being Irish farmers and a constant need to be innovative.”
Not to be confused with a Shamrock Shake, which is just a mint shake dyed green, these potato chips are actually flavored with those four-leafed symbols of good luck.
Because UK-ers go hard on St. Patrick’s Day, Keogh’s is launching their new unique flavor along with Dubliner Cheese & Onion, Atlantic Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar, and Roast Beef & Irish Stout in the UK. Unluckily, those of us here in the US will have to wait to try these crazy chips as Keogh’s online store is still under construction.
Still, it’s probably safe to say that these clover crisps would pair well with a green beer.
H/T + PicThx Foodista
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