Walkers Sensations Reviews
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by - written on 12/01/08 (Very useful, 136 readings)
For Christmas I like many other people on the planet stocked up far too much on snacks! I always buy so much of everything but this was a great excuse to buy loads of crisps and fattening things I'd never tried before and these were something I had never tried! The product I'm reviewing are Walker's Sensations, Oven Roasted Chicken With Lemon & Thyme in a sharing bag that it is 175g in weight. The Packaging is a bag that is made of tin foil and vacuumed sealed for added freshness and is recyclable. The bag is white, tells me they are Walker's and the flavour and has a picture on the front of slices of chicken and some lemon slices to replicate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/07 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I love crisps and Walkers sensations are my all time favourite. Walker's sensations are often described as posh crisps. Walkers also describe them as having more crunch than rival crisps. So what are Walkers sensations like? The first thing to mention is the expensive looking packet. Its predominately white with the flavour displayed on the front. The packaging does the job and makes these crisps stand out from the rest. They just look classier than their rivals somehow. Walkers sensations come in a range of really interesting flavours. Forget the usual salt and vinegar and think instead of more sophisticated flavours like oven-roasted chicken with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/08 (Very useful, 1746 readings)
Walkers Sensations are some of the tastiest crisps on the market. They come in big packet sizes with seven different flavours! The flavours are very oriental and unique rather than the typical salt and vinegar, ready salted and cheese and onion flavours. They are a little more special than other Walkers crisps for those special occasions. The seven flavours are as follows with their according ingredients from the Walkers site: 1. Caramelised Onion & Sweet Balsamic Vinegar -Potatoes, sunflower oil (27%) , caramelised onion & sweet balsamic vinegar flavour [Sugar, flavourings, flavour enhancer (monosodium glutamate), acidity regulator ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/08 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Today I shared a packet of Walkers Sensations with the boyfriend which means I ate a third and he ate two thirds of a bag of Vintage Cheddar and Red Onion Chutney flavour crisps. The 105 gram bag cost ninety nine pence from Sainsbury. These crisps are meant to be a step up from the standard Walkers brand and I have to be honest sometimes I'm a bit sceptical about these claims as they are just an excuse to charge more with some fancy flavours which taste no different to the normal crisp, in this case Cheese and Onion. Well first off these crisps are a lot bigger than the ones you find in a normal pack, they also appear a little thicker and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/03, updated on 02/02/05 (Very useful, 120 readings)
The simple fact that the Walkers Sensations rage used to be advertised by Gary Lineker and Victoria Beckham put me off buying these crisps at the beginning. Until a friend convinced me to give them a try. She, being a bit of a traditionalist, favoured 'Four Cheese And Onion'. One taste and I was hooked. Over the months I started munching my way through almost the entire range. I was surprised to find that more and more varieties came onto the market and I couldn't keep up with it. There are some varieties I don't like the sound of and wouldn't even consider buying. I have now managed to single out my absolute favourites and decided ... Read the complete review
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