Burts did have plain flavour colour coded bags just like market leaders, Kettle Brand. The update is among the best Crisp bags designs we have seen. Each flavour has a different coloured apron and each cook, standing with hands on hips, has a matching shirt. The brand name is nicely sized, and although we would prefer the all important flavour was given more prominence, this design is as good as any.
As referred to in the Texture Review above, these Crisps were particularly oil hardened. This transferred directly to their crunchiness, which was outstanding. From the first bite to the last, there was a crisp, crackling crunch to each munch.
The bag constituents all featured a crusty, rugged, desert like surface. There were oil boils, and oil hardened crumbly areas. The Crisps were mostly bent and twisted, as with most Hand Cooked Crisps. The pale yellow had browning on some edges, and some were virtually transparent, such was the afore-mentioned hardened oil.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed Salted Potato Crisps. The flavour was also of greasy, salty, Potato Crisps. We are not the best judges of Plain Crisps at Chips & Crisps, we prefer flavour. However, these stood fairly tall among peers.