The bags are flavour colour coded and there is a background image of potato fields. The info is laid out nicely, with the nutrition contents at the bottom and the selling points at the top - how wonderfully good for you the oil is (sic), that sort of thing. There is also a square in the centre with the flavour written inside it. Unfortunately it's all a bit bland and unimaginative.
Although standard Crisps, these had a rather crispy crunch to them. It took seven muted and delicate munches to turn a medium sized Crisp mushy. They were mostly soft and not at all brittle and crack, snap, but it was a fair and even crunch for a Regular Crisp.
Considering these were Tesco’s regular, every day Crisps, they were quite thickly cut and characterful. There were oil boils on a rugged crispy surface that had a smattering of crumbly potato bits and a heavier than expected brown coloured seasoning.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a heavy beef aroma. This was followed by the taste, which was similar, but lacking in its Onion flavour partner. It was a little like the taste of a crumbly beef stock cube.