This brand is always worth it for the name alone. When I read the name “Herr’s” I’m tempted to pronounce it “Hurr” like southern rappers. For example: Lets get a bag of Hurr’s Chips up in Hurr. I instantly regret writing that. Please accept my apology.
Actual Review: The Pennsylvania Fertile Snack Belt continues its reign of snack dominance, this time with Nottingham based Herr’s. Herr’s Russet Kettle Cooked Chips come in an 8oz bag and sell for $2.99-$3.49. These dark russet chips have a hearty, earthy, pleasant bittersweet taste. They’re almost smoky. The flavor is strong for a potato chip and might alienate regular chip fans. Kettle-cooked means a stronger crunch which is always satisfying.
I’d definitely get these again but a few go a long way. No gluten is listed in the ingredients but it doesn’t explicitly state gluten free.