Zapp’s Potbelly Brand Hot Peppers Kettle Cooked Chips Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
42.5g 220 12g 1.5g 220mg 1g
On a positive note, these are bright and loud bags that are highly visible on the shelves. The logo is prominent and the colors are commanding. However, Louisiana is home to some of America's most innovative, original and flamboyant art. You would have thought Zapp's could have come up with someone that could at least match the flavor names with great packaging designs. .
It doesn’t get better than this. Firstly, they looked nothing like regular Chips in a bowl. The look was of a unique snack food. There was a firm and hard Crunch to begin with, this was sustained, and when the mulchy stage did come in there was still a battle of hardness and mush.
These were dark, thick, oil soaked and dark colored. There was some skin on edges and they oozed hardness. Loads were curled, folded and stuck firm upon others
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a brilliantly peppery aroma. First off, these special edition Chips, found only in Potbelly Sandwich stores, were just as, if not hotter than Zapp’s Hotter ‘n Hot Jalapeno Chips. They also featured a unique and varied taste – some were spicy pepper, some were a different spicy pepper. Although there was no Dill in there (at least we don’t think so), the combined flavor and aroma hinted at something just as different. It’s a shame these are not part of Zapp’s full range. They are certainly original