We have mixed feelings about this bag design. On one hand, the bright flavour colour coding is unique and striking. There is also a great simplicity about them, which makes them very eye-catching and noticeable in a behind pub counter scenario. The company gets it all right there. However, on the other hand, the simplicity looks a little cheaply designed. It's a shame, because it is very nearly spot on.
Like so many thinly cut Crisps, these crashed into mulch and then mush very quickly. Ideal for soaking up beer though!
Thinly cut and with several broken examples in the bag, these Crisps unfortunately lacked any excitement. if there oil blisters, this led to breakage, and there was no colour to speak of.
A Nose Plunge test revealed an impressive malt Vinegar aroma. There was also a striking Vinegar flavour that was just about muted enough to allow some Salt through, but not quite enough to make the ideal balance.