The chips themselves are pretty generic. They look like kettle cooked chips that have a flavor. They smell kinda onion-y, but nothing too overpowering.
But what do they taste like?
They're salty, a little bit onion-y and almost kinda sweet at the same time. And hey! They're pretty damn good! And, unlike the BBQ chips I tried, it's a fairly unique flavor! I'm not sure if it's just my bag, but the chips are also absolutely covered in seasoning which is a bonus on my book. It's a bit like they're covered in onion salt. It also works really well with the kettle cooked-ness of these chips. They're really crunchy in a good way, thanks to the kettle cooking.
A lot of onion chips have a really strong onion flavor that can be kinda gross after awhile, but that doesn't happen with these. The salt, onion and sweetness all balance really well. I ate the entire bag and would happily have eaten more if I'd had any. I almost would have liked the flavor to be a bit stronger. For all the seasonings they were covered with they were pretty mild considering.
These chips probably taste even more delicious because I ate them after watching the Men's Individual Sabre during the Olympics where Hungary won the gold and I was super excited!