Taste test: These are kettle-style potato chips with a very subtle barbecue taste.
They're OK, but there are many better kettle-style chips out there these are just average in consistency and crunch. The barbecue taste is also average slightly sweet, kind of weak, no heat, no aftertaste, nothing special.
Smell test: Just a very slight sweet barbecue aroma.
From the package: “Extra crunchy” ... “Kettle-cooked” ... “J.P. Duchesneau, found of the Tri-Sum Potato Chip Company, knew the secret of making a delicious, hand-cooked potato chip full of real potato flavor and extra-crunch goodness! Today, more than 90 years later, J.P.'s family who still operates the long-standing chip company, is making potato chips the same way using Grandpa's original recipe. J.P.'s Hand-Cooked Potato Chips are sliced a little thicker, cooked in kettles, stirred by hand, and lightly salted. The original hand-kettle method, although more costly and time consuming, results in a crisp, ol'fashioned, moth watering chip that is reminiscent of yesteryear. Fond memories never die neither do the family recipes. It is for this reason that we have brought back J.P.'s Hand-Cooked Potato Chips. Ol'fashioned goodness, again the way it used to be.”
Online store: Buy potato chips on Amazon
Company: Tri-Sum Potato Chip Co., Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Review published .