The beige light brown bag is ideal for the printed stamp looking red stripes, which neatly color code the bag by flavor. The design provides the notion of a robust and heritage laden bag of gourmet Chips.
Unlike Kettle Cooked Chips these did not have a hard, firm, sturdy crunch to them, but they were thick Chips. It was like biting into crunchy food rather than flaky, crumbly Chips.
These were mostly medium sized Chips. There were very few broken bag constituents. There were a few edges with skin. And the medium density Ridges carried the same coating as the rest of the yellow Chips. There were flecks of green dill, but very few oil bubbles. A Fore-Thumb Test removed very little grease and virtually no seasoning.
The Nose Plunge Test revealed a slight pickle aroma. Not too dissimilar, if a little tamer to a jar of McClure's Dill Pickles - much the same as McClure's other flavor. They tasted like a milder slightly sweet and salty version of the Dill Pickle flavor and had no heat. However, the after-taste was a comfortable after-burn, which was a little surprising.