Kettle Brand gives us snacking magic with return of Apple Cider Vinegar Chips

Kettle Brand Apple Cider Vinegar flavored potato chips. Image courtesy Kettle Brand
Kettle Brand Apple Cider Vinegar flavored potato chips. Image courtesy Kettle Brand /

Kettle Brand continues to make snacking magic happen

Are you looking to make magic by upping your snacking game? Then you need to get your hands on Kettle Brand’s Apple Cider Vinegar Chips.

If there is one flavor of potato chips that is not just a guilty eat, but also the perfect snack, it would have to be salt and vinegar. The salty mixed with the tang of vinegar is mouthwatering at every turn. And when it comes to kettle cooked chips, those flavors just seem to work even more.

So what could possibly take those flavors and make them better? How about Kettle Brand giving us Apple Cider Vinegar flavored potato chips!

Kettle Brand brings back their Apple Cider Vinegar Chips

For a limited time, fans of Kettle Brand and salt and vinegar chips can indulge in a seasonal offering that is salty, tangy, deliciousness. The fact that each chip gives us the tang of vinegar and the hint of salt we expect, combined with a sweet, crisp apple finish makes this the ultimate snacking sensation. Seriously, how can you not kick your snacking game up a notch with these chips.

According to Chew Boom, the company has been rolling out these chips slowly to retailers across the country. Of course, they are also going to be available for a short amount of time, as these are a limited batch offering.

These fan favorite chips may only be available for a limited time, but we plan to stock up while we can. And hopefully if we continue to show our appreciation for this flavor, maybe they will bring them back again next year (or maybe even offer them as a more permanent addition to the store shelves).

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Have you tried the Apple Cider Vinegar Chips from Kettle Brand? If you have, what do you think of this flavor? If you haven’t, will you be trying them this year? Tell us what you think in the comments.