Kettle Chips prove that you don't need loads of fancy colours and flashy graphics to design a great Crisps bag. The flavour colour and contrasting brand name and flavour description work perfectly.
These Crisps managed to tread a nice line between Regular and Kettle Cooked Crisps. There were no jagged, sharp edges, but there was no immediate mush either - Instead a gentle degradation to mulch.
These were a little less curled and gnarled than Kettle often provides, but there were still oil boils. They were a sightly darker yellow than expected, given the flavour description, and there was also plentiful seasoning visible.
We had to look up Balsamic Onion to see how it related to Balsamic Vinegar. As it turned out, it's just Onions cooked in the oven with Balsamic Vinegar spread over. We found this rather confusing because there was no definitive Onion flavour, neither was there any Vinegar flavour, especially a sweet Vinegar, which is ordinarily associated with Balsamic. There was however a gentle creamy Cheese. So, overall a nice taste and variety, but not particularly associated to the flavour description.