Tags is apparently the nickname of the founder of the company, but you can't hep feeling that as there is a picture of a vintage tag it should explain why it is there - they could have made something up. Each flavour is colour coded with a landscape background faded into the bottom half. The Flavour should probably be a little more prominent and the logo a little less so. The Crisps image at the bottom looks not just a little lost, but is over-exposed.
These Crisps began crunchy and maintained a slightly decreasing level or rigidity throughout the munch process. There were a few sharp edges, but the eventual mush was still crispy and enjoyable.
For hand-cooked Crisps there were not as many curly and wriggly shapes as you might usually find. There was a smattering of skin on some edges. The colour was a darkish yellow that was clearly infused with flavour among the oil. There was also a good amount of green seasoning around.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a mild cheesy aroma. The taste was similarly mild. It was a nice flavour, but somewhat devoid of Onion and the Cheese was not as 'Mature' or in other words, strong, as we would have expected.