D.W. Mikesell Kettle Cooked Potato Chips Sweet & Cheesy Chipotle
Taste test: These kettle-cooked potato chips had kind of an orange tint to them, and most of the chips were smallish and wiggly. When I bit in, there was a very nice crunch and a good crispness, enhanced by a fairly mild but tasty seasoning. There wasn't any huge chipotle heat, just a slight one, and it mixed well with a mild mix of cheeses for a pretty good taste. As for sweetness, I'm not really sure what they were referring to — I tasted mild hot pepper and I tasted cheese, but I didn't taste much in the way of sweet.
It was nothing that really stood out as outstanding in terms of flavor, but it was still a solid snack. These might go well with a sandwich.
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Smell test: Very mild, not much aroma here.
From the package: “Special Selection Premium Oil” ... “Look at the ingredients for D.W. Mikesell Special Selection Potato Chips and you will begin to understand the difference in Mike-sell's from all the other mass-produced brands. Since 1910, when D.W. Mikesell began producing potato chips, the Mike-sell's label has stood for quality and great taste."
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