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Pringles flavoured ramen noodles exist so get ready to live like a student again

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Japan, youre spoiling us (Picture: Pringles Japan)

Do we like Pringles? Yes. Do we like ramen? Yes. Then we definitely love Pringles flavoured ramen.

Such is the offering of one Japanese company, who are inspiring nostalgia for the days of student life when the two staple food groups were crisps and ramen noodles.

Supercup and Pringles Japan joined forces last year to bring the people what they want – ramen with notes of crispy goodness.

And now another Japenese company Umai Crate is bringing a whole basket full of the stuff to UK audiences.

The subscription-based group offers a monthly supply of rare and delicious Japan-exclusive instant noodles.

You can get between eight and ten different premium quality noodles from udon to yakisoba, soba, ramen and more.

But of course, its the crispy snack edition has caught our attention and its making us miss the heady days of uni (minus all the disgusting mess).

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You can get Sour Cream & Onion or Pringles Jalapeño & Onion, which is said to have long-lasting spiciness.

They turn the concept of ramen flavoured Pringles on its head – created back in 2017 when Pringles teamed up with Nissin, the makers of popular instant noodle brand Top Ramen, to create Top Ramen chicken flavour Pringles.

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They come in two different flavours (Picture: Pringles Japan)

As with lots of weird and wonderful creations, they happen to only be available in Japan.

But thankfully Umai Crate has hand-selected some of the quirkiest food staples available in the Asian country and ships them worldwide for free.

As well as Pringles ramen, you can get Pokemon ramen and other non-ramen goods such as drinks, sweets and chocolates.

Prices differ but the average subscription will knock you back £24 a month.

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The website reads: With a monthly shipment of Japanese noodles, youll get your fill of ramen while feeling more in touch with the culture of Japan. Its a great way to explore different cultural meals that are prepared in Japan.

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