Not until Jonathan Crisp were taken over by Tayto did they get their packaging correct. Each variety has an impressive British characteristic and all bags are flavour colour coded. The hand written branding is offset by the same colour, but a little too small flavour description.
There was a commanding hard and almost brittle Crunch to these Crisps. They broke down at an even pace. There were no sharp edges and splinters did not create an abrasive experience.
Although slightly more thinly cut than some Hand Cooked Crisps, these Crisps included oil blisters, gentle curls and bends and some skin on edges.
There was a neat balance between oil, potato and Salt, but it took more than one Crisp to create the desired Saltiness and then it was a little too much. The after-taste featured a little more oil than we would have liked, but there was an overall atmosphere of sandwich partner rather than a snack on their own.