Lay's Kettle Cooked Sea Salt & Vinegar Extra Crunchy Potato Chips
Snack Review

Lay's Kettle Cooked Sea Salt & Vinegar Extra Crunchy Potato Chips

Buy Lay's on Amazon #ad

Taste test: These potato chips and had the wiggly shape typical of kettle-cooked potato chips, and upon biting in, there was a good crunch and a definite vinegar flavor, but not a very strong one.

Similar snacks

The Tayto Craft Hand Cooked Crisps Causeway Sea Salt & Malt Vinegar FlavourKeogh's Atlantic Sea Salt and Irish Cider VinegarKeogh's Crinkle Cut Atlantic Sea Salt and Balsamic VinegarTayto Bistro Crushed Sea Salt & Aged Vinegar Flavour Potato CrispsSerious Food ... Silly Prices Malt Vinegar & Sea Salt Kettle Potato ChipsO'Donnells Authentic Hand Cooked Tipperary Crisps Irish Cider Vinegar & Sea Salt

As I ate more chips, the vinegar flavor diminished to even lower levels, and mostly there was just a greasy sort of taste. A really good vinegar chip would have more vinegar zing to start with, with plenty of potato taste, and the vinegar sensation would stay around even if you ate whole bag in one sitting (which I would recommend doing for any good vinegar chip). So as vinegar chips go, these were nothing special. One to avoid.

Shop: Buy Lay's on Amazon #ad

Smell test: Medium-strength vinegar smell but not a real zing. Decent.

From the package: “You'll be happy to know that great-tasting Lay's® brand Kettle Cooked Potato Chips are made with 100% sunflower oil.”

Online store: Buy Lay's on Amazon #ad

Company: Frito-Lay

Categories for this snack:

This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

Most popular reviews

Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  1. Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
  2. Pelly Pellets Jamón
  3. Andy Capp's Salsa Fries
  4. Fritos Lime & Chile Corn Chips
  5. Takis Blue Heat

Most popular in previous months

Latest reviews

Tiki Gold Coconut Craze

Still hungry? Check out the 100 latest reviews

What We're Eating

More ...

The Web Just Got Less Useful.