We like the fact that Ballreich's maintain respect to their history with the striped packaging, and that the bold colors make the different flavors stand out on the shelves among more modern and graphically designed packaging. However, The bag has four phrases that are in reverse order of necessary size. 'Ballreich's is the least important word on the package. 'Marcelled' which is far more important, is tucked away in the corner. And what is 'Marcelled'? We are in the 21st century, it should say 'Ridged' or 'Rippled'.
These were particularly greasy Potato Chips. The Ridges enabled a good crunch, but it was somewhat contradicted by the oilyness that conversely softened it.
The Ridges were wide and sturdy and there were not many broken Chips in the bag. There was a heavy orange dusting of powder over the Chips, which stuck firmly to the fingers with the liberal grease within the Chips.
There wasn't much in the way of Sour Cream to balance the flavor of its partner - an overpowering cheese flavor that wasn't much like Cheddar. Th Cheesy aroma was welcome, but the starchy taste of the potatoes overwhelmed the Sour Cream.