Brother Kane Cracked Pepper With Salt Home Style Potato ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 130 6g 1g 240mg 0g
A nice monochrome packaging option that sits alongside more colorful offerings on the supermarket shelves very well. The company logo at the top is large but not dominating. The flavor writing is far too large, but the only real fault is the black sky on the background image, which probably represents the Family Farm, as referenced by the brilliant company slogan - it conjures up a similarly dark feeling rather than the fun and welcome feeling the World's Greatest Snack Food should offer.
Almost a contradiction, but because the Chips were particularly thin, they snapped and cracked very crisply. There was not a crunch as such, unless you grabbed a handful.
The Chips were a little thin, which meant there were more broken members of the bag team than there should have been. The Chips themselves were a little transparent, with oil produced bubbles and the merest hint of black dots to represent the pepper.
The Nose Plunge Test revealed a potato aroma as soon as the bag was opened. Nothing spicy going on there and unfortunately there wasn't much spicy going on with the Chips flavor either. A perfect balance should get the taste buds bouncing from salt to pepper, salt to pepper, but these had a little sweet and spicy taste. The taste was nice and pleasant, but we didn't really get much of the flavor description. We would certainly enjoy eating them again, but not as Salt and Pepper.