Jones' Potato Chips bag designs are not actually designs. They are just Potato Chips bags with the company name, the flavor name and color coding for that flavor name printed on them.
Irrespective of the grain of the Ripples, whether along it or opposed to it, The Snap Test returned neatly broken in half Potato Chips. The crunch was meaty and thick. There was nothing particularly crisp about them though because eating Jones' Chips could possibly be best likened to eating a rapidly softening thick cracker or biscuit.
These were thicker than many Ridged Chips, which is unusual. The Ripples were wide and even. There was not much shape to the Chips because they were so thick most were pretty flattened. The Chips were also seasoned at random, with yellow Chips and a darker orange color on a few.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a hint of sweet Barbecue. This was followed by a surprisingly rounded flavor. We were so disappointed with the bag design that we did not expect much, but there was a hint of smoky, then a first munch of sweetness, then a mild heat that hung around after the Chip had gone.