KP Discos Reviews
Product Type: KP Food
Newest Review: ... was a lot stronger that say skips for instance, and it tasted really good. Discos are renowned for their "Big Hittin ... more
Price Comparison for KP Discos
KP Discos Assorted Snacks 12 X 28G
4 X Cheese & Onion Flavour Crunchy Wheat Snacks 4 X Salt & Vinega ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer KP Discos Reviews (33)
by - written on 24/02/08 (Useful, 55 readings)
I have loved these ever since i was a child but i do think you seem to get less crisps in a bag now than you used to. I get these from Asda and pay £1.58 for a multi pack of 10 packets, 3 cheese and onion, 3 salt and vinegar and 3 bbq beef along with a random extra pack of one of these flavours. The multi pack is a very bright blue colour so you cant miss them as you walk down the crisp isle. Inside the cheese and onion are in a green bag, salt and vinegar in a blue bag and bbq beef are in a brown packet. There are 28g of crisps in each bag which doesnt give you a lot. The flavour is what makes me love these crisps, when you put the crisp ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/13 (Very useful, 28 readings)
These crisps have by far been my favourite for years, so when I saw them on offer in Asda recently as a multipack, 16 packets for £2, I thought why not. I usually do not buy as I think that crisps have become really expensive for multipacks and I refuse to buy them unless they are on offer, Discos are normally £1.70 odd for a pack of 6 which I think is outrageous. Discos multipack now have three flavours, salt and vinegar, cheese and onion and prawn cocktail, they have replaced bacon with the prawn cocktail. I was a bit disappointed as I thought that the bacon flavour was really tasty and a lot better than Walkers standard Smoky Bacon. The prawn cocktail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I have been meaning to make a start on the list of reviews I want to write regarding snacks and confectionery, so this seemed like a good place to start. Manufactured by KP, Discos are a snack that I have always been a lover of. They are available in a number of other flavours which include, Bacon, Cheese & Onion and Barbeque Beef but the Salt & Vinegar ones are by far my favourite flavour. The crisps themselves are somewhat different to a standard crisp in that they are manufactured potator snacks rather than being slices from an actual potato. In fact, they actually remind me of Pringles in a way as they are quite similiar texture and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Discos are one of my favourite brands of crisp. Although they're nowhere near as well known as hallmarks like Walkers, or even KP's own Hula Hoops, they have a very robust and distinctive taste that makes them always on my shopping list! The crisps themselves are small disc-like objects that have a texture very similar to Hula Hoops - they are smoother than most other crisps, a bit thicker, and they deliver a very satisfying crunch when you bite into them. They are covered with a very pungent flavouring, and the flavours they sell include Salt N Vinegar, Cheese, Beef, and if you're lucky you can find the absolutely delicious bacon flavour! The flavouring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Discos are an unusual crisp, infact they are more of a potato snack, than a crisp. I imagine they get their name because of their round, disc shape - well it would make sense! They are a great favourite with myself and kids and have been a regular purchase in my household, for a number of years. KP Discos, come in a shiny, foil bag, which keeps the freshness sealed in. The first thing you notice when you open them, is the strong smell of vinegar, which gives you a hint at how full of flavour they will be. I am glad to say, they do not let themselves down in this department, as they are coated in flavouring and are a sensation on the taste buds. I have ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to KP Discos
Trident Soft Spearmint Gum - Good quality Too sweet, leaves odd taste in mouth
Trident Soft Strawberry Smoothie Flavour Gum - Taste, cheap Flavour does not last as long as Wrigleys
Sainsbury's Slendasweet Sweetner Tablets - Economical, easy to use, almost negligible calorie content Condensation seeping into the dispenser and dissolving the contents
Fabulous Bakin Boys Flapjack Fingers - Don't melt on hot days, give you a boost. None that I can see
Cadbury Buttons - Extra brilliant None
Hershey's Reese's Cups - Consists of peanut butter with chocolate on it. What's not to like? Being made of peanut butter with chocolate on it, I suspect these are extremely fattening.
|More products in Other Food|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Fru Key Lime Pie|
Tastes really nice!
|Marks & Spencers 6 Puff Pastry Mince Pies|
Not filled enough for my liking and they are costly for what they are
|Aldi Crestwood Cornish Pasty|
Nice and great value for money
Not exactly the healthiest thing to eat!
|The Lime Tree Pantry Apple & Raspberry Pie|
lovely balanced pie
not readily available
|Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Crumble|
Big apple crumble, would easily serve 5 people
Takes nearly an hour in the oven!
|Asda Apricot Jam|
Juicy apricot bits make the difference
Needs less sugar
|Aldi Grandessa Fine Cut Orange Marmalade|
Too soggy and sloppy
|Aldi Grandessa Apricot Conserve|
Cheap and fruity
Too sweet for me
|Asda Clear Honey|
None for me..
|Waitrose Mango Chutney|
It's in a nice glass jar
You wouldn't even realize it was chutney if you were eating it in a 'blind' taste test