Taste test: These looked like fairly typical kettle-cooked potato chips, with wiggly shapes, some folded-over chips, generally a light yellow color and some skin around the edges.
Most of the chips had quite a few bubbles of various sizes embedded inside. I munched through several chips to find that most of them had a strong crunch (some less so), and they were fairly tasty. They had a relatively low level of salt, but still a good amount of potato taste. Pretty good.
Smell test: Mild fried potato smell.
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 .