The beige light brown bag is ideal for the printed stamp looking green stripes, which neatly color code the bag by flavor. The design provides the notion of a robust and heritage laden bag of gourmet Chips.
Carry on crunching... These Chips did not have the firm and rigid crunch of a Kettle Chip, but they were thick and sturdy enough to bite through, and carry on biting through until they disappeared. There was no mushy potato at any time.
The Ridges on these Chips were thick and evenly spread. The crevices captured the seasoning sufficiently well to provide an almost fluffy exterior. There was no oil visible, but it was obviously cleverly hidden because a hand in the bag and a hand full of seasoning emerged back out!
The Nose Plunge Test revealed a slight pickle aroma. Not too dissimilar, if a little tamer, than opening a jar of McClure's Dill Pickles. The perfect Chip is one that balances its flavor combinations. The garlic brought the potato to the party. The dill brought the flavor to the party. Together they formed a salty pickle partnership in equal measure.