The habanero chips are very hot, hotter than Dorito's habanero chips. The enchilada chips are milder, of course. The barbecue chips are hot also. The garlic and herb chips aren't hot, but still very good. They're as crunchy as kettle chips; I don't know if they're made the same way, but it looks like it.
The garlic and herb ingredients include "Select potatoes, peanut oil and/or high monounsaturated sunflower oil, garlic powder, salt, corn flour, autolyzed yeast extract, onion powder, cane juice, spices, dehydrated parsley, citric acid, not more than 2% silicon dioxide or soybean oil (processing aids). No MSG."