Taste test: These potato chips had a golden yellow color, with a thick cut, very wiggly shapes and many bubbles, plus a number of small black spots on many of the chips. Many of the chips were folded-over or stuck together.
I crunched in to find that O'Donnell's made some very tasty chips, with a middling vinegar zing and lots of potato flavor, with a nice solid crunch. These aren't one of those kinds of vinegar chips that will burn your mouth, but they still had a good helping of vinegar taste and were quite enjoyable to eat.
Smell test: Mild vinegar zing, with some potato.
From the package: “Over seven generations of the O'Donnell family have lived on Seskin Farm and have mastered the art of cultivating the perfect potato. Today they bring their hard won experience as well as the name, to realize the finest of hand cooked crisps. Our cider vinegar which adds to the unique flavour of O'Donnell's crisps, is locally sourced from Con Traas at The Apple Farm in Tipperary.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Kiki's Kwik-Mart, Brighton, Massachusetts. Review published .