This is a striking bag, with strong, colors, wording and a straight forward design. We especially like the color coding at the grip tear parts at the top and bottom, but the graphic is weak and the overall effect seems a little dated - almost as if it were designed during the early period of desk top publishing.
There were quite a few glossy, oil soaked Potato Chips that supplied a firm crunch that sustained throughout the eating process. Each individual Chip felt like a hearty snack in itself. A few smaller Chips in one mouthful seemed to have less crunch as they melted a little in the mouth.
These Kettle Cooked Chips were mostly medium to small in size, which provided the illusion that there were not many Chips in the bag, even though we know it is the weight on the back that signifies the quantity (which is why some bigger Chips look like they fill the bag more). The coloring was a sort of yellowy orange with some green flecks. There was some browning and the Chips had an oil infused bubbly surface.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a slightly salty potato aroma, although there may have been a feint peppery smell. These were fairly standard Chips of this flavor description. We always live in hope that Jalapeno flavored Chips will burn with heat just like munching through the peppers themselves, but this is rare. However, in its place, as with these, we often find a warm, salty, and even a little oniony pepper Chip, that although only a distant cousin to Jalapeno, is always welcome around for a barbecue!