Snyder of Berlin Honey Bar-B-Q Potato Chips Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 150 9g 1.5g 230mg 3g
With many of the Potato Chips going for sleek, minimalist designs with their new packaging, it is easy to consider this to have a bit too much going on. The name of the company is more important to them than it is the consumer, so there is no need for it to dominate the flavor, which looks a little lost in its graphic backing. Colorful and bright, like the other varieties, but with no color coding for the flavor.
A little thin for real crunchiness, but the shiny silver based packaging revealed a fresh taste, that was consistent throughout the bag.
The chips had an orange tinge, which represent the honey barbeque. There were few broken chips in the bag, which was welcome. No browning, so they were obviously cooked well.
You could taste a Barbeque flavor that did not quite fit with the thought you had when approaching 'Barbeque'. It was a little smoky, but overwhelmed somewhat by a sweet flavor. Had an an aromatic potato chip smell, but definitely a sticky, sweet taste that didn't seem quite right.