Swedish Brewery Makes The World's Most Expensive Potato Chips (5-Pack For $56)

October 18, 2016


Swedish brewery St:Erik is selling this five-pack of chips for around $56. That's more than $11 a chip. Each chip in the pack has a different flavor thanks to a unique ingredient, which, judging from the picture from top to bottom are: a certificate of authenticity, somebody's business card, an old finger, pieces of antler, and beard trimmings. Yum! The actual ingredient while I toss a Pillsbury Toaster Strudel in the oven because all this delicious food talk has got me hungry.

These special ingredients are Matsutake mushroom from pine forests in the northern region of Sweden, Truffle seaweed from the waters around the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill that was hand-picked on the Bjäre Peninsula in southern Sweden, Leksand Onion that grows just outside the small Swedish town Leksand and India Pale Ale Wort which is the kind normally used to brew St:Erik's India Pale Ale.

Well I was close. Still, $56 for five chips? Do you know how many bags of Doritos I can get for that. 14.07 packages of 15.5-ounce 'Party Size' bags. I just did the math. IN MY HEAD. Just kidding I used Google. Don't listen to what they try to teach you in school, kids, you're never going to need it.

Keep going for a couple more completely unnecessary shots.



Thanks to vishal, who agrees the world's real most expensive chips are high stakes poker ones.

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