Taste test: These potato chips had a much different feel than any other Utz we've tried, with a slightly thicker cut and a much moister feel upon biting in, much like other chips cooked in soybean oil. The barbecue taste was pretty good, and the chips left a hot aftertaste in the back of the throat.
Smell test: Kind of an oily chip smell with a little sweet barbecue mixed in.
From the package: “The Utz tradition of delicious hand-cooked potato chips goes way back to 1921 when my grandparents, Salie and Bill Utz, first began hand-making chips in the summer kitchen of their Hanover homestead.”
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This snack was discovered by Jim O'Brien (but not the basketball coach) at White Hen Pantry, Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .