Deep River Snacks New York Spicy Dill Pickle Kettle ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 140 7g 0.5g 210mg 1g
Recently updated packaging has seen Deep River keep their traditional logo, while also retaining their star-burst color contrast and the graphic kettle and sliced potato. What they have changed is the main bag color - each different flavor has a bold and striking color packet which will stand out on the shelves.There are two green bags in the Deep River range, and this one is just right for the flavor inside. It's also an exciting and somewhat different style of flavor which can only add impact to the undecided peruser.
Regular Chips could be considered another foodstuff compared to these. The superior crunch from the Kettle Cooking process plus the thickness of the potato slices, not to mention the jagged edges and doubled over Chips, put these on a different level for crunchiness.
These are thick firm and dirty! By that, I mean the Chips are thick, fairly rigid to the touch and had enough blemishes, color and seasoning to look natural and wholesome. The Kettle Cooking had curled and even envelope stuck a few. There were two really dark brown Chips, which were thrown out, but that almost added to the character. Lots of seasoning including some green flecks up to a quarter inch in size.
We administered The Nose Plunge Test and we can reveal a sweet pickle aroma. The flavor was a little salty, and more spicy than Dill Pickle, but there was a sort of pickle taste. The copious seasoning on the Chips make them a bit of a slow burner. The flavoring isn't particularly strong, but then the taste buds take over and even after the Chip has gone the peppery flavor emerges. Not much pickle going on, but plenty of spice.