Walkers Japanese Teriyaki Chicken crisps Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Walkers / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... of the Walkers Flavour Cup which you can enter if you so wish, voting for your favourite flavour. A packet of these crisps ... more
Customer Walkers Japanese Teriyaki Chicken crisps Reviews (10)
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Now that the World Cup is just around the corner I thought that I should finally get round to reviewing the range of crisps that Walkers launched in order to cash it on it, oh sorry, to celebrate it. They have created 15 new flavours that are supposed to represent 15 of the nations that have qualified for the World Cup. As a sideshow they are also running the World Flavour cup where anyone can vote for their favourite flavour online or via text, with the winner being announced at the end of the tournament. Typically for Walkers the crisps come in a packet which is far too big for the quantity of crisps they are giving you. You will find that the bag ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I simply adore crisps and I love trying out flavours that I have never seen or heard of before in-particular! These new crisps I spotted in Boots on the way through the checkout and I couldn't resist purchasing a bag to munch on, on the way home! The Packaging: 35g bag white and red foil and very easy to open. On the front of the packet I'm told in very bold writing that they are Walker's Japanese Teriyaki Chicken Flavour Potato Crisps, and I'm told to pick my favourite flavour (text it in) and there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there. On the back of the packet other information listed include being given a list of ingredients, a full ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Having already sampled a few of the new range of flavours from Walkers in their World Cup tie-in and being unimpressed with the majority on offer it was all looking like a huge disaster to me until I discovered a few that I actually did enjoy. Japanese Teriyaki Chicken is one such flavour that surprised me with the taste and along with a couple of the other 'stronger' flavoured ones are high on my list of winners in this Walkers promotion. In my quest to sample as many of the flavours I could thanks to Tesco's recent 2 multi-packs for £2 offer I have deduced that the ones that batter your taste buds are the ones that I am likely to enjoy. The English Roast ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Walkers have released a range of limited edition crisp flavours dedicated to the 2010 World Cup. Each country playing have their own unique offering. *Product* The Japanese are offering us Teriyaki Chicken flavoured crisps. This is a popular dish in Japan and combines soy sauce with other ingredients and glazed over the chicken. *Packaging* Like the other crisps in the range, they come in a foil bag. The design on the front of the bag is the Japan flag being a large red circle on a white background. The front of the bag also contains the Walkers logo, crisps flavour, some nutrition and a trophy. The back of the bag ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
In my reviews of the new Walkers crisps, released to coincide with the World Cup, I come to Japanese Teriyaki Chicken. Despite the name, these crisps are suitable for vegetarians (if they weren't I wouldn't be reviewing them!). They also contain no MSG, no preservatives and no artificial colours. The packet is the colour of the Japanese flag, with a red spot on a white background. There are details of the Walkers Flavour Cup which you can enter if you so wish, voting for your favourite flavour. A packet of these crisps contains 180 calories (an individual bag, not a multipack bag, which can sometimes be smaller), and the ingredients are potatoes, sunflower ... Read the complete review
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