Lay’s Flavor Icons will feature flavors inspired by iconic U.S. restaurants

Get your taste buds ready!  Lay’s has launched a new limited edition line of chips that will blow your mind.  The five new flavors are inspired by dishes from iconic American restaurants.

Choose from the following flavors:

  • Lay’s Nashville Hot Chicken, inspired by Party Fowl in Nashville
  • Lay’s Philly Cheesesteak, inspired by Geno’s Steaks in Philadelphia
  • Lay’s Kettle Cooked New York Style Pizza, inspired by Grimaldi’s in New York City
  • Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Taco, inspired by El Torito in Los Angeles
  • Lay’s Chile Relleno, inspired by Cocina Azul in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


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Earlier this month, we announced the new limited edition Lay’s Flavor Icons, inspired by iconic dishes from famous American restaurants. They’ll be out later this month where you buy Lay’s, but we got some sent to The Swamp to try out and give you a heads up!⁣ 😋 ⁣ Kettle Cooked New York Style Pizza (Grimaldi’s in NYC): MMM! Robust Marinara, a deep grilled mozzarella flavor, and some great spices!⁣ ⁣ Philly Cheesesteak (Geno’s Steaks in Philly): These aren’t a super bold chip, but we definitely get that beefy/cheesy vibe, for sure!⁣ ⁣ Wavy Carnitas Street Taco (El Torito in LA): These taste seriously authentic, and we love the Wavy choice! We can taste jalapeño, cheese, pork, and some bold spices, including cilantro!⁣ ⁣ Chile Relleno (Conia Azul in Albuquerque): The flavors come in subtly and then… BAM! Cheesy, Chile and all of the fun Mexican spices – these are great!⁣ ⁣ Nashville Hot Chicken (Party Fowl in Nashville): These chips are HOT! Phew! That buttery chicken AND the heat are both present and absolutely perfect in this chip!⁣ ⁣ Our favorite? New York Style Pizza! 🍕 Which one are you excited to try?

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The new flavors are expected to hit shelves later this month.  Which flavor are you most looking forward to getting your hands on?

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