This past weekend I visited Hershey, Pennsylvania to celebrate my seventh wedding anniversary. When you hear someone say “Hershey”, you probably think of candy bars and s’mores. I’d usually think of those sweet things when I heard the H word too. Not any more though. The next time I hear someone say Hershey I’m going to be thinking about Middleswarth’s thin, crunchy, and flavorful potato chips.
Without question, these are the best potato chips I have ever had in my entire life. I know that’s a bold statement to make, but it’s true. Somehow the scientists employed by Middleswarth were able to crack the potato chip making code, and create the very best chips this side of the matrix.
Finding a good chip isn’t easy. Usually they are too salty, too greasy, or have a weird aftertaste to them. Chips that can balance between being seasoned just right, but still taste like a potato isn’t an easy task. Middleswarth totally nailed how to make a balanced chip.
My favorite flavors are BBQ and the Weekender. Both have a bit of heat but without question the Weekender has a stronger kick to it. The BBQ is more of a traditional chip that is lightly seasoned. Weekender chips (which are kettle cooked) are heavily seasoned and busting with flavor. They are sweet but hot. Crispy and crunchy. The absolute perfect chip mankind has ever created.
The bad thing is that Middleswarth chips aren’t sold in Pittsburgh. Middleswarth, if you are listening, you need to start shipping out west. More of humanity needs to fall in love with your chips.
Consume Review Repeat gives Middleswarth chips a 9.7 out of 10 spuds!