It's hard to know what to say constructively about this bag. It does have a great logo and it also retains its historical message via the original styled packaging. Most importantly, as a small distribution local product, it needs to convey a similar image while being noticeable on the shelves against a backdrop of glossy, enhanced graphically designed rivals. Apart from that... Not good.
These felt and looked freshly cooked. There were some greasy areas that were not quite as brittle as heavily oiled Chips can often be. Instead, there was an almost soft crunch to those Chips. Aside from that they were mostly very crunchy and loud to the bite.
These Kettle Cooked Chips were a golden yellow and looked freshly cooked. The oil was a little shiny, as if it had not long been taken out of the Kettle. There were blemishes and brown areas. There was also skin on some of the edges. There were some irregularly shaped Chips There was also quite a bit of visible seasoning.
The full name for these Chips is (taking a sharp breath), Kitchen Cooked Spicy Louisiana Style Tangy Hot Sauce Flavored Potato Chips. A quick look at the nutrition label and there was the unwelcome sight of 3g of Trans Fat per ounce. The flavor was a rather acidic hot sauce flavor, with no regional observation. They were a generic hot sauce flavor that began hot, mellowed out while eating, but left a hot after-taste. Not too spicy, but enough to make them enjoyable.