Kettle are masters of minimalism. Their standard Crisps have plain but loud colours. This departure to the Baked low fat arena sees a similar approach, with a unique, if a little uninspiring ceramic dish with a smattering of content ingredients within. There is still a broad background colour, although it hints more towards pastel colours.
A familiar Kettle Cooked crunch. Harder and more crackly than regular Crisps, but with more shards and sharpies.
The overriding factor of these Crisp was the surfaces were quite powder. They were not necessarily as irregularly shaped as many Kettle Cooked Chips. Neither did they feature a plentiful supply of oil blisters. They did however have dusty well seasoned surfaces.
These Crisps were very weird. They tasted nice, but neither of the flavours were evident. It may have just been a poorly seasoned bag, but although there was a Cheesy undercurrent it was most certainly not Stilton. And the Port, sadly, was even less obvious.