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Old 04-23-2015, 05:43 PM   #1
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Arby's Smokehouse Turkey, Garlic Parmesan Housemade Chips, And... Review...

Boylan Ginger Ale Review...

Well it is back to Arby's for three limited time offerings...


ONTO Arby's Smokehouse Turkey

In a complete rarity I order Turkey from Arby's

Alone the Sandwich was 5.49.

Arby's says the turkey is smoked for over 8 hours with mesquite wood. It was REALLY worthy it...

The sandwich has an artisan style roll and top with smoked cheddar, crispy onions and white BBQ sauce

Although I would have liked one extra slice of turkey for this sandwich this was one veryyyyyyyyy tasty sandwich.

The flavor was amazing.

I will give this sandwich a big thumbs up despite the price


ONTO Garlic Parmesan Housemade Chips

Well this is a new flavor of this item. 1.79 sold separately or an extra 60 cents added to a meal.

The chips nicely filled the bag.

Had a couple large chips in the bag.

They certainly had a crunch that you do not get from a store bought chip.

Flavor here was not super special.

I give this flavor a medium sized thumbs up. The original flavor that came out a couple years ago was better.


ONTO Boylan Ginger Ale

I know this is 2.29 for a 12oz glass bottle of this stuff alone. I think it was a 60 cent ad on to the meal. They also have creme and Black Cherry soda as well.

This was displayed in a nice looking cooler.

Liked that it was made with pure cane sugar.

The taste was great.

Expensive compared to Pepsi soda they sell though, but my local Arby's locations do not serve Ginger Ale.

A big thumbs up from me anyway.

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