Product Type: KP Snacks
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An explosive treat from The Pound Shop
Member Name: carl_lazarevic
Date: 27/03/13, updated on 27/03/13 (50 review reads)
Advantages: Tastes, Value
Disadvantages: None that I can think of!
Everyone loves a good between meal snack, but most snacks these days don't prove filling enough to justify the cost. That's where Frisps come in handy.
Frisps are a brand of crisps available in most UK budget shops for a measly £1 per pack of 8. (Officially it's a pack of 6, but they've come with 2 free packs for as long as I can remember) You shouldn't be able to miss them as they come packaged in a bold red bag with the writing "Two Free Bags" dominating the front cover.
Personally I love Frisps. Despite being a budget brand the crisps themselves are full of flavour. The Multi-pack splits itself as evenly as possible across the three classic flavours. Plain is the standard Potato snack with no added frills, but carries a surprisingly strong potato flavour for what it is. The Cheese and Onion have a rich cheesy flavour that dwarfs the decidedly bland walkers version, and Salt and Vinegar is a zingy treat with the perfect sourness that; once again, seems to feature a lot more spice than the Walkers variant.
As a crisp Frisps fall into the chunky variant that gives them a far more satisfying crunch. I hate my Crisps to be wafer thin, but Frisps feature the same perfect consistency as their sister product Discos. However what differentiates Frisps are the McCoy's style ridges that seem to seal the flavour into each crisp.
All things considered Frisps will be one of my top choices whenever I'm purchasing snacks. I love the strong flavours and satisfyingly chunky nature of the crisps, and the price is unbeatable. At 150 calories a pack they are a lot easier to enjoy than some of the fattier crisps out there, and I do often find myself enjoying them guilt free. Not much else you could ask from a crisp really!
Summary: Not much else you could ask from a crisp really!