Taste: These potato chips were less wiggly than most kettle-cooked chips and had a bright yellow color with a tinge of green. The level of seasoning powder varied a lot from one chip to the next, and some of the chips were positively packed with it. I crunched in to find that there was quite a bit of flavoring, and though it certainly included some black pepper and a hint of line, neither of those flavors was particularly sharp or dominant. Nice chips with a pretty good mix of tastes, but nothing approaching the greatness of the Ragin' Rum BBQ chips from Cap'n Jack's.
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