Potato Chips packaging really doesn't get much better than this. It has bright and broad shelf friendly branding and colors. The logo and company name seems friendly and modern. The variety is given due prominence. The 0% 'bad things' is even formed as part of the branding. The different varieties have different colors and this flavor stands out particularly well because the color graduates and graduates back again, with a creamy yellow in the centre and dark pinky red at the ends.
These Chips had a light, crispy crunch. It was not a hard, firm chomping experience. They were thick enough to crack and pop as they were snapped, and the crunch was a pleasing munch.
These Chips were a little strange in that they didn't really look like Kettle Cooked Chips. They were mostly flat rather than twisted and buckled. They did not look oil saturated and had very few bubbles on the surface. They were light, thin and crisp in color, with little more than the odd edge of skin and brownish blemish to keep a lack of visible seasoning company.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a slight Onion aroma, which was a good start. An adjective run of words would read something like; sweet, creamy, oniony, but not peppery Onion. Put succinctly, these tasted of Sweet Onion. It was a mild and friendly flavoring; the sort you could readily go back for more of without knowing whether you like them or not.