Hapi Hot Wasabi Peas, 9.9-Ounce Tins (Pack of 4)
- Pack of four, 9.9-ounce tins(total of 39.6-ounces)
- A very hot snack
- Product of Thailand
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Top Customer Reviews
1) The can means that although the product is expensive, it will keep almost indefinitely - I found a can with a Jan 2005 expiration date last year. Opened it, ate the peas and they were fine, over 7 years old ! Buy these peas for your post-apocalypse super bowl party or just squirrel them away, if you forget them, don't worry about it - they'll still be good. I can't say the same about the other brands in foil bags of similar vintage, they definitely lost something in the aging process and ended up in the trash.
2) The plastic lid - save it ! It is the perfect size for sealing up and refrigerating those mega 28 oz. cans of Campbells soup such as Cream of Mushroom. Now I can buy the big cans of Bean with Bacon soup at about 1/2 the per ounce price of the little 11.5 ounce cans, use what I like and still not have to transfer the remains to some other container, just pop on the Wasabi peas plastic lid and stick in the fridge. And it's a good excuse to buy more peas when the lid does eventually bust.
Bottom line: The peas A N D the packaging are both good !
These small delectable, spherical, balls of joy are quite possibly the best food ever produced. Crispy yet hot, crunchy yet not dry, these are the peas of the gods.
Ok, in all seriousness, I love these peas. They have an excellent taste and just the right amount of Wasabi kick to them. (The secret to the hot is to not blow out your nose while eating Wasabi. No blow, no heat. Try it.)
Naturally they come packaged in a nuclear proof tin that helps them survive the journey from whatever Willy Wonka factory they come from. The price on Amazon simply cannot be beaten and these are an excellent, low calorie snack that you can afford to munch on for hours at a time.
Adios Pop Corn, the Green Monsters have arrived.
They come in a nicely sealed can, so you can be sure they're fresh. Definitely recommend for any snackers--like myself, who crave a little heat.
However, I thought I should point out that I bought these thinking I would get wasabi on my wasabi peas. After receiving them I took a look at the ingredients and there is NO wasabi in the list. They use horseradish in its place. Before you say anything, I know that it is common place to use horseradish as a substitute in Wasabi due to the shortage and expense of the Wasabi plant. I just feel a little bit cheated. Other brands of wasabi peas I bought in the past contained wasabi.
Like I said at the begining, still a good snack. I just wanted to make sure someone pointed out the lake of wasabi.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Once in an oriental market which stocked many brands of these, I asked which is best. The answer: "Well, the Japanese customers prefer this one."
I agree. Read more
Super tasty and crunchy, perfect for those snack cravings. One can typically lasts about 4 sittings because I eat them individually. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paige Augusti
I especially love the overly-coated peas. These do not last long in my cupboards!Published 7 months ago by Katie