Kettle Crisps Balsamic Vinegar and Sea Salt Reviews
Product Type: Kettle Snacks
Newest Review: ... my taste-buds at all. I don't know whether my bag of the chips was simply impaired and not up to Kettles usual high quality ... more
by - written on 08/09/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I love crisps and delight in trying out flavours from brands I haven't tried before. The crisps I am reviewing I actually think are the same really as the ones photographed at the top of this page (Dooyoo told me to pop my review here anyway). The Packaging: Dark blue bag with white writing on it an made from foil, I am told on the front of it that they are Kettle Chips 'Wave Cut' Salt & Vinegar 'Absolutely nothing artificial', that they weigh 40g and the best before date is clearly stamped on. On the back of the bag other information listed includes being told a bit about the product, there is a full nutritional chart shown as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
The best crisps on the market for sure and not only are they great for yourself, or a cosy night in with your other half with some dips also are posh enough to serve for pre dinner nibbles at a party. Kettle chips have to be the best brand of crisps there are for a more sophisticated taste and the salt and vinegar flavour are strong, and the sea salt flavouring which is by far more distinctive and delicate than general salt then this combined with balsamic vinegar which again is far more delicate than the harsh sour taste of everyday vinegar. The flavours however strong are not overpowering like many other cheaper salt and vinegar crisps amd therefore ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
During one of the rare weekends that we got to see a little bit of sunshine this summer we decided to have a barbeque and whilst we served the usual hot dogs and burgers I decided to put on a bit of a buffet and whilst having a look around the aisles of Tesco opted to buy some Kettle Crisps in the balsamic vinegar and sea salt flavour. I have never brought the crisps before as I had always been put of by the price and also never needed the larger bags of crisps. However, having a larger group of people to cater for I decided to give them a go, they also came with 30p knocked off the original price tag. Tesco normally charges £1.54 for the crisps whilst I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Kettle crisps arrived on the market a while ago now and paved the way for the expensive crisp market. Since then there are now at least 6 different brands of posh crisps to choose from offering weird and wonderful ingredients shoe horned together. It's nice to see that Kettle crisps have put a new twist on the average flavours like ready salted, cheese and onion and salt and vinegar. This product's salt and vinegar crisps are pimped up to the new name of Sea salt and balsamic vinegar crisps. As you open the bag the first thing you notice is the whoomph of the smell that DOES smell like a bag of chips - its pleasant if you like that type of thing. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Kettle Crisps - you'll either love 'em or hate 'em. Compared to other "premium crisps" like Walker's Sensations, Kettle Crisps are much harder, more brittle and a little oily in the mouth. When you bite them, they shatter. I love Kettle Crisps - they are thicker and more substantial, and when you go back to Sensations they feel very flimsy and lightweight. Although Kettle Crisps aren't much good for your waistline, being packed with calories and available in very large 150g bags (and it is hard to only eat a few and put the bag back in the cupboard!) they are made with all-natural ingredients - there's no artificial nasties ... Read the complete review
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