Joe 'Spud' Murphy's Po'Tayto' Man heralds a few Crisps with a line drawing of the Tayto 'castle' and don't forget the big logo at the top. It's mass produced stuff, but it is very recognisable, if a little basic.
Unlike many Crisps of this nature, these degraded at a fairly even pace. They seemed to be well dried and there was no notable grease to soften the experience.
As with many regular Crisps, these were very thinly cut and without oil blisters; They were also very pale in colour.
These seemed to be a little watery on the Vinegar side and the Salt only really crept in towards each Crisp’s demise. The balance was okay, but nothing memorable.