Asda Crisps Salt and Vinegar Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... own brand budget products available in other stores, the packets are plain white with only the Asda green colouring for the ... more
by - written on 17/03/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Shopping on a budget, I recently bought a multi-pack of Asda own brand Smartb Price crisps of which Salt And Vinegart sticks were one of the variety. Well, the price might be smart but the taste certainly also makes you smart! These are so sharp that they, to borrow a phrase, draw your arse up to your elbows! At 58p for 12, I thought these crisps were a bargain and to be fair the other two varieties, Onion Rings and Cheesey Puffs, actually taste pretty good with strong and pleasent flavours that pretty much are exactly what you might expect. These Salt And Vinegar crisps though can be summed up in one word...and that word is HARSH! I am known for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Having tried 'ASDAs Cheese and Onion' flavoured crisps and found them to be too powerful in flavour and rather greasy, I though I'd give the 'Salt and Vinegar' flavour a chance at redeeming 'ASDAs' own brand of crisps. The packaging is simple and by the green colour of the packet you can easily tell that these are salt and vinegar. I'm yet to understand why they changed from the signature blue colour for salt and vinegar but it now seems to be well known that green is the new blue. I was pretty hasty to find out whether these crisps could in fact win me over, but having tried the crisps, I was again disappointed with 'ASDAs' own ... Read the complete review
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