Snyder of Berlin Buffalo Wing Kettle Cooked Potato Chips Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 150 9g 1g 190mg 0g
Snyder of Berlin's Kettle Cooked range feature a flavor color coded background to what is a fairly mundane bunch of graphics and text. The flavor dominates, as it perhaps should, but the giant letters are uncalled for. The rest of the text disappears towards the bottom. Although now part of one of the largest corporations of this type in the US, little has been done about employing professional graphic designers to sort out the packaging.
These Kettle Cooked Chips were crunchy, but not necessarily as hard and firm as Chips of this cooking style usually are. There was a good, crisp, snappy crunch, which was more like a regular Chip crunch.
The Kettle Cooked Chip presentation often reveals a bunch of squiggly wriggly shapes and sizes, but these seemed a little more regular in appearance. There were some hardened oil bubbles and a few shattered bubbles that affected the integrity of a few broken Chips. There was a good and even darkish orangy red seasoning covering the Chips.
It may just be us, but we think this flavor should be called Buffalo Wings, rather than 'Wing'. Anyway... The 'Sugars' on the back of the bag said zero, but these tasted a little sweet. So that was a good trick. The next trick was to make them taste like Barbecued Chicken Wings. Snyder of Berlin managed that too. They also packed a little hot punch. Well done.