Burts Hand Fried Potato Chips Reviews
Product Type: Burts Snacks
Description:Brand: Burts / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... inside and in a large white section of colour we are told that they are indeed Burts Hand Fried Potato Chips, Sea Salted ... more
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Burts Chips Sea Salted 6x6x25g
Burts hand fried potato chips sea salted made in Devon. In 1997 a ...
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
by - written on 16/11/10, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 172 readings)
I discovered Burts crisps as part of a 'meal deal' in a delicatessen whilst visiting Windsor. I don't think they are widely available in the 40g snack size in my area (North of England), although I have seen them as a large sharing pack - 150g, in Tesco Extra (£1.54). On opening, I found there was hardly any aroma - very little to identify the flavour of the crisps within, my chosen flavour being salt and vinegar. The crisps themselves are quite substantial - thick and coarse, requiring a 'good bite' unlike other more popular crisps such as Walkers (they seem quite brittle in comparison). Burts do not disintegrate and splinter and remain in chunky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 565 readings)
Now I tried these crisps a little while ago whilst on placement, one of the lovely drug representatives came round and bought us all lunch from Waitrose - one of the big bags of crisps they brought along, were a variant of this brand. Before then I had never taken any notice of this brand let alone tasted them, since then I have seen them once a week in Tesco, and patiently waited for them to come on offer and happily this week they are on offer - so I quickly grabbed a bag and stuffed them in my trolley! I am reviewing the Sweet Red Paprika flavour! ~*~ Where Would I Spot These? ~*~ Down the crisp isle to be simple! In Tesco, they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 288 readings)
I just had to review my favourite crisps. I have been buying them for a couple of years now from my local Waitrose. I used to eat a lot of crisps and have tried most types. These days I have tried to cut down and not to eat to as many crisps keeping my intake to one pack a week. However, I cant resist Burts sea salted hand fried crisps. Burts are so confident of their crisps that on the back of each pack they tell you who fried the pack you are eating. Burts are made of completely natural ingredients and do not contain any artificial additives or preservatives. The packaging is plain and contains useful information. On the back of the pack it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I purchased a bag of these from Tesco at the weekend. We didn't really need them but I thought they looked quite nice and were on offer for £1 for a 150g - usually costing £1.54. They come in a blue packet - it's quite plain and simply says in a white square on the front 'Burts hand fried Potato Chips -made in Devon' It is on of theose foil bags to keep them as fresh and crisp as possible. It also says that they aer naturally delicious - oh yes they are indeed! Not only do they taste lovely they have absolutely no added ingredients. There are only 3 things on the ingredients list - potatoes, salt and sunflower oil. The foil packet has done a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
One of my most favourite things to eat are crisps and a while ago I lived in North Somerset which isn't far from Devon really and these crisps were everywhere. Now living back in the West Midlands I was pleased to see them cos I'd only tried them once or twice when I lived there and had forgotten all about them and what they were like! The one's I will be reviewing here are the Sea Salted version as I have just scoffed a bag of them and I bought them in my now local B & M store for about 25p for a bag though I think usually they cost more like 60p a bag (when you can find them) in all newsagents and supermarkets and the likes. The ... Read the complete review
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