Newest Review: ... crave for sweet things. However the other day I purchased a 100 g Thai sweet chilli packet and I have to say it was really hard to stick... more
Member Name: leeanne160480
These Crisps have been out for a few years now and have had the reputation of being a bit posh for Crisps. They have in some cases silghtly posher sounding flavours and I like the texture of the Crisps.
There are a lot of different flavours of these Crisps and from memory I can't think of them all, but some of them are
Thai Sweet Chilli
Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar
Caramelised Onion and Cheddar Cheese
Sea Salt and Black Pepper
These Crisps are really crunchy and are a bit harder than standard crisps. If you crunch these in the wrong way you can end up with a jaggy corner in your gum - as I have found out on more than 1 occassion. They have plenty of flavour as well in these and you can smell the flavour when the bag is open. I would say the Crisps are bursting with flavour and if you look at the Crisps you will see the powdered flavour on them.
You can get these crisps in 175g bag, which cost around £1.50 in most shops. Just now the range is half price in Tesco's and is certainly worth 75p and I bought a few bags for over Christmas. You can buy these in a larger bag, not sure of the size, but think they are 250g or 300g and cost around £2.50. The bigger bags are marketed as Party bags.
The bag is standard for a bag of Crisps. The main colour is white and it has a sheen to it. There is a picture on the front which indicates the flavour - Onions, Vinegar, Cheese, Chilli's.
Nutritional Information per 100g
So not great on calories, but crisps usually aren't. It is easy to eat half a bag of these in 1 sitting in my view, as they are tasty and very more-ish. I also like all the flavours in this range as well.
I wouldn't say these are overly posh, but they are nicer than the average Crisp out there and on a good price just now