All the bags are flavour colour coded. They have a distinctly Gaelic stylised writing expressing the name and underneath the flavour is written in large italics. The backdrop to this writing is a brown bag effect. As the whole thing is done in two colours it looks modern but it also means there are no stand-out features.
Thick in cut and biscuit in Crunch - They did not mulch like regular Crisps, but that should not be considered a negative when assessing the additional qualities of a thick cut Crisp
These were thoroughly flat in shape, without boils and blisters. This was because they were so thickly cut. They were also a mild yellow colour with a smattering of powder and seasoning
A Nose Plunge Test revealed the warming aroma of Bacon flavour Crisps. This is of course nothing like Bacon, but Bacon Crisps lovers around the world have grown sufficiently accustomed to this smell that we automatically, and falsely, compare it to real Bacon. Unlike many Bacon Crisps there was not an overwhelming bounce of Bacon, but instead a nice balance of Bacon and Potato. Interestingly a Crisp Licka Test provided a nice tongueful of Bacon seasoning