It is hard to critique this Potato Chips Bag without gushing praise. It has a regional reference. It is modern and bright. It has a color coded flavor reference to sit alongside other flavors in the range. It has warm, friendly, consumer friendly graphics.
These were highly crunchy and thick Kettle Cooked Chips. You can often find overly oily Chips that wilt a little, but that wasn't the case with this Bar-B-Que (is there no respect for grammar?) variety.
Texas Style hints at rugged, and these Kettle Chips were hard, firm and invariably small and sometimes curly. The Chips were darker than regular Chips, mostly because of the seasoning that bubbled to the surface with the oil.
Not the most zingy of Barbecue flavors. Maybe a little sweet and sticky, which is borne out by the relatively high sugar content. Eating them was a pleasurable if somewhat unmemorable experience. It was the sort of pack you could imagine buying and buying but not knowing why. Difficult not to like them.