Which Pringle is the kingle of all Pringles? In a 2020 Gut Check episode of Good Mythical Morning, Rhett & Link set out to find their favorites by tasting virtually every single Pringle you can find in stores and online. They say that once you pop you can’t stop—R&L can’t stop, won’t stop.
Here are the top three flavors they tasted, each of which got its own little crown, along with a rundown of every single flavor they tried.
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These chips got a double clap from both Rhett & Link when they tasted. “I don’t even like spicy,” Link said, but he sure liked these. Rhett gave them a score of 89, while Link gave them a solid 80. “That is NICE,” Rhett added. “Subtle. Nice.”
- Buffalo Ranch
“Boy, that’s nice,” Rhett said of these. Link also loved them, referring to their yummy taste as “surprising,” making them a “dark horse candidate” for the finals. Sadly, this flavor doesn’t appear to be widely available, but you might be able to snag a canister on Amazon.
- Sour Cream & Cheddar
Even before it touched his lips, Link offered an “oh snap” for these creamy, tasty chips. As predicted, they loved. Rhett gave them a 93, while Link gave them a respectable 85. Rhett liked the cheesy, creamy flavor of both this chip and the Buffalo Ranch, but this one came out on top in a final head-to-head tasting.
Every Pringle the Guys Tasted: Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Cheddar Cheese, Ranch, Salt & Vinegar, Applewood Smoked Cheddar, Classic Salted, Fire Roasted Jalapeno, Sweet & Spicy BBQ, Honey Mustard, Ketchup (only available in Canada), Dill Pickle, Extra Hot, Parmesan & Roasted Garlic, Rotisserie Chicken, Memphis BBQ, Wendy’s Baconator, Lightly Salted Original, Reduced Fat Original