The bags are flavour colour coded, but as is often found with non Crisps manufacturing companies that provide home brand goods, everything relevant is squeezed onto the bag with no design elements. There are ingredients dotted around, a bowl of Crisps that fairly represent the contents, and a jagged block in the centre of each bag with the contents in a basic Times New Roman font.
These were thickly cut Ridged Crisps that provided an oil stiffened crunch that was both meaty and crispy in the same instance.
As with many Ridged Crisps our test bag included a fair amount of breakage. The Ripples were wide and deep. The colour was a sort of oil infused darkness added as a covering layer to a muted yellow. There were lots of green and red spice flecks but few oil boils.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a mild hint of spice but this was easily overlooked when the bag contents were poured into a bowl. There was certainly something charmingly Oriental about the origins of the flavour but it was not necessarily Thai. The Crisps also lacked the sweetness of some of their peers. There was however an encouraging spicy mix of flavours that provided a warm after-taste.