Another in a range of odd mixes by Herr's. This sits alongside Creamy Dill Pickle and Fireman's BBQ Chicken. As a graphic is works brilliantly, although you do have to get up close to read the graffiti style flavor description. The colors are fairly well coded to the content and it is only when it appears alongside its colleagues that you notice that most of the flavors have brown as a major element on each of the bag's coloring. A great, modern design, aimed at kids.
Chips with Ripples such as these will naturally be firmer than standard Chips. They often look a little reconstituted like Pringles, because of the lack of oil bubbles. Wavy Chips like these, they will invariably be firm and hard to the crunch. A solid crispy crunch. This version is no different.
There are a number of Chips in the Herr's range that look exactly like this. Wide Ridges, firm edges without crumbly sections. A well air filed bag so the Chips have been protected from breakage. There is also a good amount of seasoning powder mixed with what is a fairly greasy Chip.
You would imagine that with the wide range of barbecue flavored Chips Herr's make, they would have got the recipe right by now. And they have. This may be a little syrupy for our palettes, but it certainly amounts to its description. There is an instant hit of sweet honey. This is followed by a salty, spicy barbecue flavor.