Taste test: These potato chips were wiggly and generally smallish, with bits of skin on the edges, some folded-over chips and a light orange color.
I crunched in and was surprised by how crunchy they were, even for kettle-cooked chips, as they had a slightly harder crunch than the usual suspects, with still a pretty good crispness. The real appeal for this bag was the triple-B factor, as we've had hundreds of barbecue chips but never Bold Bahama Barbecue. The taste was slightly sweet at first but packed a pretty good level of heat after that, definitely more heat than your typical barbecue chip, though still not as much as a good hot chip.
Smell test: Very sweet barbecue smell.
From the package: “Look at the ingredients in Mike-sell's Kettle Cooked Chips and you'll appreciate that we continue to honor the quality promise D.W. Mikesell made when he started the company in 1910.”
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This snack was discovered at Snaxpo. Review published .