Crisps are very much part of a Hongkonger’s diet. At a party, late-night binging on Netflix, stress eating at the office – a pack will somehow always make its way into someone’s hands. The crisps from Japanese brand Calbee top the list for many in Hong Kong. So in celebration of its 25th anniversary (in HK), Calbee has introduced two new flavours exclusive to Hong Kong: Sham Tseng roast goose and local staple prawn wonton.
Both products are made right here in Hong Kong, so you can trust the Calbee folks here to get the flavourings just right. You can get your fill of the thick, crinkle-cut crisps at most supermarkets and convenience stores around town at the end of the month. These babies will only set you back $10.2. Say goodbye to your summer body.