While we appreciate that the Potetgull range is the traditional Maarud Potato Chips range, it is difficult to provide constructive criticism of what is a very mundane and unimaginative bag design. The flavours are colour coded, and the Chips do look inviting, but there really is nothing more positive to add. Even the bowl is old fashioned.
These Potato Chips were relatively thin and the bag contained a lot of broken Chips. There was a sort of oily crunch that did not maximise the potential of the crispy and brittle Chips.
These Chips were really quite greasy. The orange coloured seasoning and the oily patches mixed to create a rather slippery finger residue. The Chips were not overly oil bubbled, but there were some curly and bendy Chips. There is an additional negative that does not feature with many other brands: As the bag is more narrow than most, a deep plunge left hands covered in greasy residue
There was no Paprika heat to these Chips. The taste was pleasant, but they were not peppery. The experience was a somewhat warm and oily potato, which was enjoyable, but it was a rather heat-less taste.