Kettle Brand have different packaging for their Krinkle Cut range to their regular Chips, and it doesn't look quite as good. If the bags were plain brown bags as seen in supermarkets, fine. But they have added little Krinkle (call the spelling police) Cut Chips images in the background. The colors are still striking, but it is only a very good design rather than a brilliant design.
Munching on a Ridged Chip is often a crunchier experience than a regular Chip, even a Kettle Cooked Chip. These were no exception. If you found a doubled over Chip, the full impact of the seasoning along with the thickness and rigidity, provided an outstanding crunch.
These Chips were a little 'dirty'. There was significant brown coloring on some of the Chips. There was seasoning visible. There was ample skin on some Chips. There was little visible oil, but they were a bit greasy.
During the Taste Test for Kettle's regular Salt & Vinegar Chips we found an imbalance in flavoring. Although mild, the vinegar was too strong for the salt. These were a little different. Again, the vinegar was mild, but the flavor seemed to balance better, with a fair amount of salty seasoning hitting the palate.