Taste test: These kettle chips (as Sideshow Bob would say, the perfect side dish for revenge) didn't have a particularly strong or weak barbecue taste.
The underlying kettle-cooked chip's taste was far more dominant than the actual barbecue powder. When licking the chip first, there was a hint of barbecue taste, not really smokey but not really sweet either (kind of in the middle).
Since we've never been to a Tony Roma's restaurant, we couldn't tell you whether the barbecue taste on the chip was exactly like you'd get at their restaurant, but we're pretty sure it wasn't.
Smell test: No aroma that smells like flavoring or potatoes.
From the package: “All Tony Roma's products are fully guaranteed.” ... “This package is packed by weight, not by volume. Some settling may occur in transporting this product to you for sale.”
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Company: VISTAR Corp.
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This snack was discovered by Keith at Denver Airport. Review published .