This is a bright and airy design. The stripes feature throughout the range of flavors, with just two or three missing them. The logo is fun and friendly - who couldn't love a potato on a tractor! The colors are bold and defined, but we have the same question we asked after the Sour Cream & Cheddar Review - if you were selling your car, would you include a terrible cartoon of it in the advertisement?
Dakota Style's claim that their Chips are 'Industrial Strength' is a little misleading. They are indeed thicker and crispier than most Chips on the market, but it is the word 'crispier' that features more prominently. The Snap Test saw a chip of reasonable size snapped in half - this test saw a Chip broken into three pieces, but it was a tingy snap that was followed by a firm and hearty crunch in the mouth.
Most Chips were fairly light in color, with some green seasoning powder on them. There were curly and folded bag constituents, and most were on the fairly small side. The oil was visible in patches, but not nearly as much as on some Kettle Cooked Chips. The edges of some were brownish in colour, which added to a fresh feel.
The Nose Plunge Test revealed a tart vinegar aroma when the bag was first opened. The flavor was a kind of salty, vinegary pepper. Not so salt and vinegar to name them as that flavor, which enhanced the general feeling that the Dill was in there somewhere. And it was, but mildly put, it was mildly put in!