An obvious attempt at capturing a patriotic audience, Taylors include a clear statement, “Welsh Potato Crisps”, a Welsh flag and a dragon on their otherwise plain packaging. The flavours are colour coded but that is all
What was lost in character was gained in thickness. It sometimes seems a little unfair to categorise a thickly cut Crisp as 'un'crunchy, as that is the side-effect of what is always a more biscuit like and hearty, and indeed, filling, snack. However, these provided two or three good firm crunches before the mulch stage crept in.
Thickly cut but with no oil blisters or bubbles. They were brownish in colour, but without much character.
It is difficult to be disappointed with a snack that delivers on what it promises on the bag description, but these were slightly underwhelming. I would add a caveat to that though because there was Horseradish and there was Beef. It was mild, but perhaps it should be. An overwhelming flavour could affect the balance. It should also be noted that part of the reason for this mildness was the additional thickness.