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.
As with many thickly cut Crisps these featured a more biscuit like Crunch than the crisp snappy crack of Regular Crisps. This cannot be considered to the Crisp’s detriment though because thickly cut should obviously be given special consideration
Although there were not many oil blisters, these were generally solidly built Crisps, that were thick and meaty. The stand out feature though was undoubtedly the spotty seasoning on a bright orange backdrop
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a mil milky Onion aroma, which may sound odd but a quick check of the ingredients and those were characteristics of the flavouring. There was indeed a tangy sort of Tomato flavouring but it was not strong. However, the mild flavouring was somewhat warm and fuzzy, and thoroughly enjoyable