Kettle Chips certainly keep it simple. And so shall we. Color coded bags. Colors associated with the flavor. Minimalist design. Plain but fairly perfect. The colors should have been, Honey and Mustard colored though.
These crunched like thick and firm food. A cracker like snap and a consistent chomp that drowned out the sound of the television. Even the thinner, oil bubbled areas of the Chips had a crisp and tympanic sound as tongue and teeth smashed through them.
These Chips were a fairly bright yellow color. The oil bubbles were often large but the Chips were relatively small. They were not overly greasy, but a powdery residue mixed with the oil was left on sticky fingers.
We were a little concerned when we read Kettle Brand's review of their own flavor, "Dijon mustard is sophisticated and a bit snooty. Honey is smooth, sweet and a little wild." Actually, Dijon Mustard is really very mild and inoffensive and honey is sweet and syrupy. They do include mustard powder, but we presume it is fairly generic, so how does it mix with the honey powder? Well, they tasted of sweet honey mustard. A pleasant little kick of heat, but mostly tangy and sweet.