This range of Crisps does not have a design. They are flavour colour coded and have the flavour written on the bag. A food packaging design could not possibly have any less effort put into it.
The largest Crisp in the bag provided a quick crack with the first bite. The second bite brought us a firm crunch. The rest of the munch process was more like eating a cracker or hard biscuit.
You could not see the Crisp for all the coating. To say these Crisps were well seasoned would be an understatement, there was a thick covering of light orange coloured powder. The Crisps also featured firm and medium width ripples.
A Nose Plunge Test provided us with the expected Cheese aroma, but also a hint of Onion. As there was so much seasoning powder we could not resist a Crisp Licka Test. The result was a salty Cheese that was almost liquid in consistency. The taste was a very sweet Cheese, with a sharpness that alluded to mature Cheddar. The Onion was more of a reminder as an after-taste, but overall they provided a somewhat unique variation of the flavour that some would consider outstanding. We prefer a more familiar comparison list, but that is not to say the original tasting flavour was not rewarding in its own right.