This design promises so much with the little alpine style houses in a swirled ‘Slovakia’ logo. They even feature the national colours. But the rest of the bag is the usual, big Chips graphic with the flavouring detailed by a picture at the back. The flavour description is in a modern font and the health details are on the front of the bag which is not regulation in some European countries, so that is also a positive.
Like many regular fried Chips these crumbled and cracked under the weight of a bite. They did however munch up to mush more slowly than some contemporaries.
These were good looking Chips. There were oil blisters, some large some small. They were as curly and irregularly shaped as you could expect from standard fried Chips and there was a smattering of seasoning.
A Nose Plunge Tests revealed a nice aromatic spicy seasoning smell. The flavour was similar and rewarding. It was clearly a seasoning rather than a flavour as such, but the overall impression was of a spit roasted combo of flavours. The sort of thing that is provided in a powdered form to spread over barbecued chicken, would be most inviting.