Everybody loves potato chips and why not? Salty and crispy, nothing can beat the taste of thin and crunchy potato chips. It is the most satisfying food snack anyone can ask for. Here's one company that is upping the snacks game in the market with their exclusive chips seasoned with enchanting ingredients.
A Swedish brewery called St. Erik's has created the world's most expensive potato chips. These exclusive chips are only sold in batches of five, with each batch costing around ₹3700 ($56.17), i.e. ₹750 apiece.
What's so special about these chips, you ask? They're made with some of the most exclusive ingredients available in the Nordic region and are finely crafted by hand by the talented chefs of the Swedish National Culinary Team. This is specially done to pair them perfectly with the St. Erik's India Pale Ale.
The chips come in five flavours, namely matsutsake mushrooms, truffle seaweed, crown dill, Leksand onions and India Pale Ale and as St. Erik's official website says, 'all income generated from the sale of these chips will be donated to charity'.
The only catch? This five-piece chips set is part of a limited edition of 100 boxes and is currently out of stock.
All images sourced from St. Erik's Chips.