Taste test: These potato chips had wide ripples and a golden yellow color, with a little bit barbecue of seasoning visible inside the ripples, plus some dark spots.
I crunched in to find that the chips were cut fairly thick, with a nice crunch and a fairly standard barbecue taste. It wasn't until the aftertaste that I noticed how rich the potato flavor was, or how well it mixed with the seasoning. It was a really tasty combination. Our beer-drinking snackers were fans and generally liked these chips a lot.
Smell test: Sweet barbecue smell. OK.
From the package: “In 1964 Mark Dieffenbach started making potato chips on his kitchen stove in Berks County, Pennsylvania. A short time later he built his own kettle cookers, which the third generation of the Dieffenbach family is still using today, to bring you the best potato chips from the finest hand selected ingredients.”
Online store: Buy potato chips on Amazon
Company: Dieffenbach's Potato Chips, Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Christmas Tree Shops. Review published .