This review may appear a bit contradictory when compared to reviews of similar bag designs. In essence, it has no design. It is bland and lacks character. However, each different flavor color coded bag features a bright contrast between the main body of color and the silver waves. The brand name pops and the Chips float nicely in the centre. As it is such a striking effect it actually overcomes many of its design flaws.
The first bite or two featured a crispy crash that saw the Chip crumble under the pressure. This continued but it was not until the final couple of bites that the Chips turned to mush.
These were thickly cut Chips with thin and narrow Ridges, that were not at all deep. There were curled Chips in the bag, and the odd bit of skin on edges. The coloring was Chip yellow, but there was the odd Chip that featured some browning from where it was possible that the potatoes may have been stored for a while.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed mild salty Vinegar aroma. One Chip at a time and there was not really much going on, but two or three and there was a real taste of Mayonnaise. We found this a little surprising and very rewarding. However, as they were particularly high in saturated fat we did not venture too far into the bag before discarding them.