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NEW: Lay’s Weird Cooling Sensation Potato Chips Spotted In Singapore

Is This The Weirdest Potato Chip Ever?

In a country as hot as Singapore, we’re always looking for different ways to beat the sweltering heat. When we think of ‘cooling’ things, we think of iced drinks and ice cream… but potato chips is definitely an odd one. These cooling potato chips were first launched in Thailand, but they have since been spotted in Singapore! If you have adventurous taste buds, give this a go! Read on to find out where you can find these Lay’s Cooling Sensation potato chips in Singapore!

Icy Lemon & Melon Bingsu Flavoured Potato Chips

These Cooling Sensation potato chips can be found in two flavours currently: Icy Lemon flavour and Melon Bingsu flavour. Not only is it unusual for potato chips to have an icy, cooling sensation, it is also unusual to find them in dessert flavours!

Lay's Cooling Sensation Potato Chips in Singapore
Photo: @shout.sg (Instagram)

Lay’s Thailand is famous for coming up with unique and local flavours. For example, they’ve previously debut Hot Chili Squid and even Salted Egg flavoured chips because of the popularity of these flavours. Basically, any popular flavour and craze can be made into a Lay’s potato chip flavour!

Lay's Cooling Sensation Potato Chips in Singapore
Photo: @shout.sg (Instagram)

Discovered by @shout.sg on Instagram, they posted that they spotted these Thai potato chips in 7-eleven Singapore. They are going for $2.50 each. It is unknown whether it is available in all 7-eleven convenience stores nation-wide, or just in selected stores. Check out their post here:

Lay’s Cooling Sensation Potato Chips Spotted In S’pore

Iced lemon tea and melon bingsu are certainly delicious treats to combat the hot weather, but how do these compare in potato chip form? We’ll leave the verdict to you! Check out your nearest 7-eleven stores to see if they carry these Lay’s Cooling Sensation potato chips in Singapore! If you do happen to spot these exclusive chips, share with us which 7-eleven outlet sells them!

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