From potato chips to chocolate bars, these five snacks will leave you craving for more.
1. Irvins Salted Egg Yolk Potato Chips
As their tagline #dangerouslyaddictive suggests, these crumbly chips are so good, you wonâ€™t be able to stop at just one. Freshly made without preservatives, each potato chip is crisp and evenly coated with gritty, savory-sweet salted egg yolk powder, bearing the faint aroma of curry leaves.
Where to find it: Singapore
2. Black Thunder Chocolate Bar
Easily one of the most popular chocolate snacks in Japan, the Black Thunder Chocolate Barâ€™s unusual name was partially inspired by the Japanese god of thunder. While seasonal variations are commonly found, the original features a chocolate-coated cookie bar mixed with rice puffs. Crunchy, rich, and deliciousâ€”thereâ€™s little not to like about it.
Where to find it: Japan
3. Haitai Calbee Honey Butter Chips
So overwhelmingly popular that itâ€™s consistently out of stock at convenience stores, the Honey Butter Chips from Haitai Calbee are said to be as prized as Willy Wonkaâ€™s Golden Ticket. Those lucky enough to snag a packet say that the chips have a rich and buttery taste, contrasted with a hint of honeyed sweetness.
Where to find it: South Korea, Japan
4. Chun Cui He Taiwan Milk Tea
Canâ€™t get your hands on freshly brewed bubble tea? Try a bottle of Chun Cui He Taiwan Milk Tea instead. The milk tea, which comes in 10 flavors including caramel, white chocolate coffee, matcha (green tea), oolong, and Sumiyaki coffee, is creamy and delicious without being cloyingly sweet.
Where to find it: Taiwan, Singapore
5. Gery Saluut Malkist Cheese
This biscuit snack from Indonesia may look deceivingly boring, but its flavors pack a punch. Each cracker is coated with cheese on one side and sugar crystals on the other, resulting in a snack thatâ€™s wonderfully sweet yet salty. Weâ€™ve found that the best way to enjoy the cracker is by dipping it in a piping hot cup of Milo.
Where to find it: Indonesia, Malaysia