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St Erik’s Brewery–one of Sweden’s finest micros–just released batches of the worlds most expensive potato chips to accompany their beers as the perfect drinking snack. At more than $11 per chip, and only sold in packs of five, these chips are unlike anything you’ve drunkenly crammed in your mouthhole before. They’re made with some of the most exclusive ingredients available in the Nordics like matsutake (one of the worlds most sought after mushroom species) and truffle seaweed (from the Faroe Islands). Each chip is delicately made by hand by the talented chefs of the Swedish National Culinary Team to achieve the perfect balance with all the ingredients, and they pair perfectly with St. Erik’s India Pale Ale. Most importantly, “all income generated from the sale of these chips will be donated to charity.”

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