Tucked inside of the Northwest Mercantile shop in Epcot’s Canada, you can find several souvenirs boasting images of the maple leaf, moose, and hockey teams. You can also find Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company kettle chips from New Brunswick, Canada. The shop currently features 5 flavors: Montreal Steak Spice Seasoning, Ketchup, Sweet Potato, Sea Salt and Vinegar, and Creamy Dill Pickle. I picked up a few of the varieties to try at home.
First up is the Creamy Dill Pickle. These had an immediate aroma of dill, and a bit of sour cream tartness.
While I personally enjoyed them, Matt’s immediate response was that they “taste like dill” and were “terrible.” At least I know if I bought these again, I wouldn’t have any competition for them.
Next up was the Ketchup chips. They used to sell a different brand of ketchup chips at the shop, but from what I recall, they weren’t a kettle chip.
The chips has a bright red color and tasted primarily of tomatoes. They were also a bit on the sweet side. While not tasting of ketchup as we are used to, they were still pretty good for something different. These weren’t my top choice of the three, but Matt gladly took over the eating responsibilities on this one.
Last, but certainly not least, is the Montreal Steak Spice Seasoning.
While not looking too heavily seasoned, they provided a peppery kick that seemed to build as you ate them. They had a more robust flavor that was certainly reminiscent of steak seasonings. These were a chip we could both agree one.
Have you tried any of the Covered Bridge Potato Chips from Canada? Would you have opted for the Sweet Potato or Sea Salt and Vinegar chips in stead?