Samyang is back at it again!
For all you spice lovers out there who can’t get enough of these nuclear fire noodles, we’ve got good news for you. Samyang’s spicy noodles are back with an extra kick. And this time, they’re taking things up a notch by elevating the spice level to 3x spiciness for maximum burn.
If you thought Samyang’s instant spicy noodle ramen couldn’t get any spicier, you’re in for a treat. In a post on the Facebook group, subtle asian traits, a netizen shared the exciting discovery with the caption:
“I thought my throat was gonna close up. The husband and I had 2 packs each and we immediately regretted it.
P.s You might wanna put some protective cream on your bu**h**e before you eat this.. it burns worse coming out 💥🔥if you know what I’m saying… Goodluck guys!”
While we can’t wait to get our hands on this game-changer, Malaysians might have to wait a while before Samyang Buldak Ramen x3 comes to our waters. Currently, Shoppee ships the elevated spicy noodles to our ASEAN neighbours in Thailand and the Philippines so here’s hoping it comes to us soon!
Alternatively, Samyang also has options for those of you who love the taste of the spicy Korean instant noodles but can’t take the heat. Last year, they released a version of their famous instant noodles that was 40% less spicy than the original to ensure all customers could enjoy the highly favoured ramen without too much suffering.
Would you guys try this out?
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