Michael Season's Honey Barbecue Potato ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 140 7g 1g 160g 3g
Michael Season's re-branding features a sun shining from the back of the new logo. This shines over a glorious countryside. But all of this is background imagery. Whereas the Kettle Cooked range has been provided a traditional look and feel, these sort of have the flavor name plopped on a colorful background. The flavor color coding shouts out, but this dominates, which means the logo doesn't stand out as well as on the Kettle Cooked bags. It highlights the reduced fat aspect and the light background also helps provide healthy imagery.
You would need a good few to make any sort of crunch comparison with Michael Season's Kettle Cooked version of this flavor. They were a sort of crispy smash rather than a thick bite.
These regular Chips were thick enough for standard Chips. There were some over inflated oil bubbles and some broken smaller bubbles. There were a few broken Chips, but not many. They were quite light in color apart from the orange colored seasoning.
These had a fairly tame Barbecue flavoring. Unfortunately, it appears the seasoning may have taken a back seat to the reduced fat aspect. They did however appear to have a little more sweet and sticky to them than the Kettle Cooked version of the same Chip.