Taste test: These were pretty good barbecue chips.
The red seasonng on them had a nice, slightly sweet, slightly hot barbecue taste, and they left behind a hot, tasty lingering aftertaste. They were slightly less crisp than I would have liked, and they didn't have quite as much crunch as most of Cape Cod's other kettle-cooked chips.
Smell test: Pretty good barbecue smell. Not sweet or hot.
From the package: “Summers in New England are about kicking back, relaxing and barbecuing on the beach with family and friends. In honor of this Yankee summer tradition, we decided to develop our own specially seasoned Beachside Barbecue Potato Chips. But make no mistake, this is no ordinary barbecue chip we've combined our unique, rich barbecue sauce with a touch of sweet molasses and a hint of red chili pepper.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at White Hen Pantry, Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .