Blair's Death Rain Ancho Chili Cheeseburger Kettle Cooked ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 140 9g 2.5g 280mg 1g
There are some great positives about Blair's Death Rain designs, but also some weird easy to overcome design flaws. Firstly, is the brand called, 'Feel Alive!' The strip down the side is brilliant, but what is wrong with a bold black bar with Blair's logo and a smaller 'Feel Alive!' The flavors are color coded, which is good, but they are not necessarily the right colors for the flavors. The heatometer graphic is quite simply excellent, although the whole bag could be a heatometer. The Chips image at the bottom is a little bland.
These Kettle Cooked Chips featured a dampened crunch from the seasoning. They were firm and robust, with a good snap when broken. The crunching remained solid until they disappeared. None of the Chips tested melted in mouths.
These Chips had a healthy dose of seasoning on nicely curled and bent shapes. The Chips were mostly small to medium in size, but they ticked all the texture boxes, including the different height explosions of heat bubbles.
We had to sneak up on wikepedia for this one - we had no idea what an Ancho Chili was. Poblano is another name. As we do not know what it should taste like our review will not be completely fair, but with accuracy we can say there didn't seem to be much Cheeseburger going on. On the heat scale they fit alongside Blair's more mild tastes. They were however flavorful.