Brannigans Roast Beef and Mustard Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Brannigans Snacks
Description:Brand: Brannigans / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... as being told that they are suitable for Vegetarians and contact details for KP Snacks (the manufacturer of these crisps) are ... more
by - written on 28/10/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
As much as I try and resist it, I am a real crisps addict, and the one type of crisps I find the hardest to resist is the Brannigans Roast Beef and Mustard! To say they are delicious is a real understatement in my opinion!!! Brannigans crisps are a proper thick cut potato crisp and they are made from specially selected potatoes so only the best make the grade! Each bag is just bursting with flavour and they are extremely crunchy crisps. The packaging of the Brannigans crisps has changed somewhat over the years, initially they came in thick brown paper bags with a silver foil backing but they have now changed and come in a simple foil packet which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 338 readings)
My late husband's favourite crisps were Brannigan's, in fact they were the only crisps he used to eat as he disliked both Walkers or Smiths crisps and those two companies pretty much had the UK's crisp market shared out between them at the time. Brannigan's appealed because they were traditionally flavoured and were, I suppose, the Kettle Chips of the day, being of far higher quality than most other crisps available. I had forgotten all about them, but a coincidence a little too strong to ignore occurred last week and that resulted in me buying a packed of Brannigan's Roast Beef & Mustard crisps. The coincidence being that I thought Brannigan's had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I had a bag of these crisps last night but only because I didn't think they still made them and I wanted to see if they was as strong as they used to be! lol They are Roast Beef And Mustard flavour and made by Brannigans, I didn't even know that BRANNIGANS were still going let alone making this flavour that I haven't seen in the shop for ages!!! The crisps are quite thick, they're not ridge cut and are quite smooth so they've got a wickedly nice crunch that feels dead fresh as you bite into them. They are quite big so be careful you don't touch the corners of your mouth with them too much because the mustard is strong so it will sting after a bit! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I always remember my dad eating brannigans when I was a child and can always remember wanting to try them. He was a big fan of the roast beef and mustard and at such a young age these were very strong and I didn't like them. A few weeks ago my partner came back from the local shop with a pack of these. I was surprised because I thought that these weren't made any more. I like the packet of these it is purple at the top and bottom and is brown in the middle. The brown part is made to look like a paper bag which gives it a very authentic look that they were made in the old days. The picture of a shopkeeper from around the 1920's gives it a lovely theme in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 396 readings)
For years Brannigans Roast Beef and Mustard crisps have been the Loch Ness monster or the Elvis Presley of savoury snacks. Many sightings reported, no firm evidence ever produced. Whenever I got into a food nostalgia conversation and mentioned Brannigans crisps, more often than not I got a response along the lines of 'Oh, I saw those in a newsagents near Barnsley last Easter' or 'We went on holiday to the Shetland Islands and had some of those in a pub.' What good did that do me? I don't actually a need a packet in front of me to review them, I remember them like it was yesterday. Brannigans Crisps were one of the UKs first premium crisp brands. The crisp ... Read the complete review
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