Taste test: These chips had a brownish yellow color to them, with a variety of shades, with irregular shapes, some wiggle in most of the chips, and some chips with bubbles in them.
There appeared to be a lot of flavor powder on the chips, but it was about the same color as the chips themselves. I had two major impressions upon biting in: The chips were extremely crunchy and loaded with flavor. The crunch level was higher than your typical kettle-cooked chip, and they were crisp enough that the crunch felt great. The roquefort cheese flavor was quite tasty and enjoyable, but I really didn't notice much in the way of bacon taste. These were quite a good snack and would go great with a sandwich.
Smell test: Very nice potato smell at first, similar to Kettle Chips, but no cheese or bacon. Maybe some subtle cheese on second whiff.
From the package: “made with sunflower oil” ... “made in norfolk” ... “disposal currently non-recyclable bag” ... “Look behind the label: We believe passionately in good food ... so we promise that we only ever use free range eggs and non-genetically modified ingredients in all our foods. We never use any hydrogenated fats or any unnecessary additives, including MSG.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy in London. Review published .