Ramen-Flavored Chips? We Know Where You Can Get These Unique Pringles Flavors!

It only costs P70!

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In other parts of the world, Pringles come in different flavors than what we usually know: Original, Cheddar Cheese, Sour Cream & Onion, and Pizza. In South Korea, they popularized this Butter Caramel-flavored Pringles, but in Japan, you can find ramen-inspired flavors like the Pringles Super Cup Aged Miso and Pringles Super Cup Chicken Stock Soy Sauce (a.ka. shoyu!).

Super Cup is one of the more famous instant ramen brands in Japan. This collaboration with Pringles birthed the Pringles Super Cup Aged Miso Ramen which gets its flavor from Super Cup's Aged Miso, one of the company's signature instant ramen noodles. The Pringles Super Cup Chicken Stock Soy Sauce Ramen, on the other hand, gets its flavor from shoyu ramen.

Want to add these to your snack stash? These ramen-flavored Pringles are available at Kobeya Japanese Foodmart Philippines. Each costs P70 for a 53-gram can.

Kobeya Japanese Foodmart is located at G/F 1 Juno St. corner Makati Ave., Bel-Air, Makati City.


For more information, follow Kobeya Japanese Foodmart Philippines on Facebook.


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