These South Korean supermarket home brand Chips featured a pile of Chips at the top, a graphic Honey Comb and some dripping Butter. The rest was South Korean writing a brand logo and a backdrop of orangey yellow. There was also a curl of Butter with a sprig of Basil at the bottom. For some reason, on the reverse it said they were Baked Onion flavour, which they obviously were not – must have been lost in translation somewhere.
These Chips required a very firm bite to get through the early munching. They did not splinter, in fact, they took several firm bites to get through to the mulch stage
These were a very good example of the best of Kettle Chips. They were thick and curly with regular bends and massive oil boils. There was also a smattering of potato skin on edges.
There was a very Buttery aroma that was replicated in the taste. It was somewhat reminiscent of buttered Popcorn. The Honey was present but it was hiding behind a thick slab of Buttery greasiness. Some were excessively sweet