Chips with new--and nostalgic--flavors!
We recently tried two new flavors of crunchy kettle-cooked potato chips worth noting: Lemon Kettle Cooked Potato Chips and Coney Island Kettle Cooked Potato Chips from Tim’s Chips.
The Lemon chips were interesting. They had that fabulous kettle-cooked crunch and texture, with a tangy zing of lemon. I was skeptical when I first opened the bag and the smell of lemon hit my nose, but I have to say that these worked.
I might not want to eat them every day, but they were a refreshing twist on an old favorite. I'd give these a try, especially if you like citrus flavors.
But the real standout was the Coney Island bag. These chips were amazing, and amazingly delicious. From the first bite, you are transported to your childhood, about to bite into a piping-hot frankfurter with all the fixings--I'm telling you, that's exactly what these Coney Island chips taste like.
And they're impossible to put down. The crunch, the mouthfeel, and the incredibly nostalgic flavor of these scrumptious chips will have you running for a second bag.
Tim's has been creating famous chips since 1986 using an old family recipe. Deep in the shadows of the Cascade Mountain range, he starts with premium potatoes direct from family-owned farms and fine-blend seasonings. Try these excellent potato chips today.
by Stephen Trimble