Kettle Chips Sea Salt with Crushed Black Peppercorns Reviews
Product Type: Kettle Snacks
Newest Review: ... day that i must try some. She was also a bit worried about her weight (she was on a diet, though knew that would be broken ... more
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by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Crisps are a funny thing - when I see people eating them I always feel I want some too, but inevitably I will buy some, eat them and then be disappointed. The taste didn't quite live up to my expectation or they repeated on me for hours afterwards. But not these... Kettle Chips are supreme, and in particular Sea Salt with Crushed Black Peppercorns flavour Kettle Chips are uber-supreme! The 150g packet is a sizable one. It has more than enough crisps in to last me about a week, if I'm being good. I would say it is a packet about the right size to serve up as nibbles with a dip at an evening do for a few friends. Ideal for munching on through a film ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I always used to think of these as "grown-ups crisps" when I was but a wee lass, and this is something that sticks with me even now - there is something very sophisticated about these crisps. The black packet with white writing on is very classy, and once again says to me "expensive" and sophisticated". It is also not shiny like a lot of crisp packets but has a sort of matt feel, this all adding to the high-quality air. The packet is also very easy to get into, unlike some crisp packets, which I feel is of highest importance. When aforementioned packaging is opened, a lovely salty, peppery aroma wafts out and makes your mouth water in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
You can't deny after eating these Crisps and then going back to Supermarket ones that these are a cut above. They are pretty luxurious, but kind of dangerous if bitten the wrong way! You get Kettle Chips in many different flavours, but it is the Salt and Pepper ones I am reviewing. Packaging wise it is just a normal bag of Crisps. The bag size is 150g and you only get this size. I'm sure i've seen 40g bags somewhere a good while ago, but don't think i've seen these for years. Although these are easy enough to open up the top, the packaging is quite thick, and feels a good quality. It is more sturdy that an average bag of Crisps. There isn't a great ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Kettle Chips are one of my favourite types of crisps, I way prefer them over any over type i.e. the 'normal' ones such as Walkers etc. I usually buy the Sour Cream and Onion Flavour as my favourite crisp flavour is cheese and onion but they were in offer in Tesco's a few weeks ago for £1 a bag instead of £1.55 so I thought I would try a few different flavours, one of them being Sea Salt with Crushed Black Peppercorns. Kettle Crisps are different from other crisps as they are handcooked in 'healthy' sunflower oil with no MSG, or artificial flavours or colours. The company was originally founded in 1978 in Salem, USA. This flavour of crisps comes in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I saw these Kettle 'Chips' (or crisps as we in the UK say) in my local Asda supermarket recently and thought they sounded quite interesting. They are described as hand cooked potato chips with absolutely nothing artificial added to the ingredients. The company are really proud of this and list their merits in a 'good to know' list on the back of the packet. Kettle do not add MSG fats to the crisps. They also don't use artificial flavourings or colourings. The colour of the crisps is in fact determined by the natural sugars in the vegetable and this alters during the yearly growing cycle. Kettle also don't use hydrogenated fat and only fry in sunflower ... Read the complete review
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