Calbee at the top with a backdrop of a very masculine looking plate of sliced Steak and a freshly grated stick of Wasabi. Below is some Japanese writing that we apologetically and humbly have to admit to not being able to read and below is a pile of Chips on a backdrop of jazzy green graphics
These Chips were oil saturated and hardened. They were brittle, rigid and sometimes shattered a little too sharply
Without wishing to sound sexist, these somehow looked like very manly Chips. There was a lot of haphazard creativity within the bag, including whirls, gnarls, curls and several stuck together. Indeed, we actually found four stuck together which could have required a knife to get through! There were blisters galore and plenty of seasoning visible. They were oil hardened and some had shrivelled to tiny curls, almost as if cowardly shrinking away from their hardened larger than life brothers. I cannot apologise enough for that review it was a stream of consciousness that had to be down as it flowed.
As with many meat flavoured Chips, these gave off a very Beefy aroma when the bag was opened. The Wasabi was readily identifiable but a little too mild. There was a Beefy backdrop and some were hotter than others, which the variance of seasoning would cause to good effect. However, there was a strange plasticky sweetness to them that was not altogether pleasant