Shin ramen

The extra seasoning packet coupled with the different vegetable packet gives Shin Black a heartier, balanced broth compared to the original ramen. The beef and anchovy soup base creates a milder flavor that contrasts with the standard Shin’s salt and spice punch. While Shin Standard has a thin, yet flavorful broth, the beef extract and fat contained in its seasoning creates a thicker, creamier soup that is unlike traditional packaged ramen dishes. As a result, Shin Black Ramen may appeal to people that find standard Shin Ramyun to be too spicy for their preferences.