Not only is the design thrillingly nostalgic, it is perfectly executed. There is the obligatory Chips imagery, plus of course the accompanying ingredient photo, but the wording is bold and nicely presented and there are even little cartoon images down the most outstanding packaging contribution; the bright and brassy flavour colour coded lines
There was a somewhat hard but not rigid crunch to these Chips. This degraded to mush fairly quickly.
These were fairly thickly cut Chips. There was a familiar yellow colour that was perhaps enhanced slightly by the Sunflower Oil. There were few oil boils or seasoning visible.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a nice level of nose stinging Vinegar. There was not much in the way of flavour, but what there was featured a nice balance between Salt and Vinegar, which is often rare with this flavour outside of British manufacturer’s ingredients mixers.