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Azami Kimchee Noodle Cup/ Bowl Review


Has it really been a month since my last post? Forgive me, I’ve been dealing with a messy thing called life. But in keeping with my resolution to review everything I have another review for you. A cold I’ve been battling sent me into superstore for a some soupy relief. I find kimchi noodle bowls do wonders for colds. However, the usual brand I buy wasn’t available, so I opted for Azami’s kimchee instant noodle bowl instead. Below is my review.

Price: At 50 cents I can’t complain. My grocery store was having a sale (which is one of the reasons I went for it), but even at the regular 69 cents, it’s still cheaper than my usual brand.

Size: I hate when they have large noodle soup cups but only a little noodles inside. Please don’t try to fool me into thinking I’m getting more quantity for my money. To be fair, the amount of noodle soup inside is the same as any noodle cup but the packaging makes it seem as if you may be getting more. I feel the company could save on packaging and use smaller cups.

Taste: I’m breaking this into two categories 1) noodles 2) soup mix. The noodles were actually not bad. Better than some noodle cups I’ve had in the past that cost more. I won’t say they were my favorite, or that they could replace my usual brand, but they were tasty. Like most noodle bowls though, they got soggy very quickly. The soup mix was not as spicy as I would like, but I did like that they had some veggies in with the mix. The overall flavor is spicy and flavorful. It’s not too salty, which is also nice. It has a relatively good kimchi flavor to it.

Overall: I would buy Azumi Kimchi flavored instant noodle cup again. I may not choose it over my usual brand, but on sale, or if I’m desperate for a quick meal, I would certainly opt for it.

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