Look at these Oreos. At first glance, they look like they would be like.. pumpkin spice Oreos and green tea matcha latte Oreos, or some other flavors that white people go bonkers over. The point is, they would be flavors best categorized in the sweet column, because Oreos are cookies and cookies are sweet snacks.
But they’re not pumpkin spice or green tea matcha. They’re not even food colored regular Oreo icing to match some seasonal variant. In fact, they’re not even sweet flavored cream to begin with. They’re actually hot chicken wing and wasabi flavored Oreos respectively which begs the question, who in the fuck would want to eat Oreos of such devastatingly different and not-sweet flavors?
The answer is actually quite simple: China. These Oreos are thankfully not available in America and only available in China. This is where I’d say that I hope that they stay there, but we all know the gluttons and sadists of the world will all be curious and through like third-party overcharging services, people traveling abroad and other means, this shit will infiltrate all other parts of the world, and it’s going to pique a lot of curiosities globally of what they might actually taste like.
Frankly, I want to say that I’d hope to never know what either of these would taste like, but I’d be lying that I wouldn’t give it a whirl if one or both of these were presented in front of me. I can’t imagine that either of them actually tastes any good, especially the hot chicken wing flavor, but damn would I be curious to find out for myself definitively.
Really, the bigger questions are why such horrid abominations must exist in the first place. For a country that has so many refined ideas for cuisine, they sure have some wacked out ideas of what good junk food is supposed to consist of. I mean come on, chicken and chocolate cookies? The fuck is that idea, and what kind of opium-induced hallucinogenic lunacy created that idea to come to fruition in the first place?
Only in China, apparently.