Bad breath in a bag. Kettle brand Sweet Onion potato chips might have been named that if marketing departments focused on truth telling and not...you know...marketing. Now, I haven't done a product review here in a while so don't let me muddle my point. Kettle Sweet Onion flavor chips are delicious. It's just that things can be successful while also having aesthetic or other draw backs. I mean look at all the success Sarah Jessica Parker has had in her career. Let's dive into the details of these chips a little bit.
First of all you could guess from the name that these are kettle cooked potato chips which are by far my favorite. Some may disagree, but I find the snap of the more sturdy kettle cooked chip much more satisfying. In regards to flavor Kettle isn't afraid to be aggressive. These sweet onion chips are not missing out on any flavor, but it's pretty unique and I'm not sure what I could compare them to. The onion flavor is definitely present, but it's not like eating a raw onion by any means. The hint of sweetness is there to balance that out while still having the overall taste be more salty than sweet. As a side note Kettle's bbq variety is also among the most intensely flavored and best bbq chips I've had in a long time.
Taste 8.5/10 The Kettle chips are my go to brand right now for potato chips. They have a lot of different flavors beyond the standards we see from Lays or Ruffles, and the texture is awesome. I will buy these again despite being located in the crappy "hipster food" section in Kroger.
Value 7/10 Kroger had these on sale for the price of 2 large bags for 6 bucks. I really like these chips so I consider that a pretty good deal.
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