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.
These were not the thickest Kettle Cooked Chips we have come across, but they were crispy. They had a brittle, snap like crunch. The Chips did not melt in the mouth like regular Chips can.
These Kettle Cooked Chips were covered in not just random oil bubbles, but brown coloring of different shades. There was also skin on lots of Chip edges. The Chips were mostly large, but the bag wasn't full of irregular shapes and sizes as you will often find in a bag of Kettle Cooked Chips. The seasoning must have been sucked up by the copious oil because it wasn't too visible.
Spicy Cajun Crawtators is arguably the World's finest Potato Chips name. As long as the flavor was something we had not experienced before, we didn't much care what it was like - it would score high! We expected a spicy shrimp type of taste and that was perhaps what it hinted towards. Well, at least a Cajun style rub and a sort of sea cum shellfish flavor. Mainly, it was Cajun spicy.