We're not sure how these managed to get under the FDL HQ radar but we're glad to say we found them now and can bring you the news of caviar flavored crisps in Russia.
Made by the potato chip company Lays, who are known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to crisp flavors, these chips which are on sale in Russia, Kazakhstan and the Ukraine are called Red Caviar and described as having a salty, fishy taste.
Lay's are well known for their stranger flavor combinations with previous flavors such as wasabi, welsh rarebit and even meatballs with spicy chili sauce.
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