McCoys Roast Beef and Horseradish Reviews
Product Type: McCoys Snacks
Newest Review: ... that reminds me neither of beef or horseradish. The crisps are the traditional McCoy's appearance a gold light ridge crisp. ... more
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
While wondering around Home Bargains today I noticed McCoy's Roast beef and Horseradish Crisps for only 22p a bag. I remembered I had read a positive review for these so decided to pick up a couple of packs. I thought these would be ideal for an evening snack. Despite the fact these are advertised as Man crisps I do not buy into stereo types. The bag is the typical McCoy's gold packet but limited edition pub grub is splashed across the front. It also says a further 30% less saturated fat. Nutritionally each 50g bag contains 258 calories and 15.2g of fat of which 3 grams is saturate. This I think still seems quite high so dread to think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I've been looking for these crisps for weeks ever since I heard Mccoys had brought out this Pub Grub range. Unluckily I haven't seen them anywhere but a couple of days ago I went into a small shop and saw them reduced and got 4 packets for £1.00 because they are due to go out of date on Sunday. I'm soooooo glad I got to try them but gutted that they aren't going to be available for long. I probably won't get to eat another bag of these yummy crisps because I can't find them anywhere else! Boo hoo! They are delish. The crisps are typical Mccoys, ridged and very thick with a load of flavouring on each one. They have got the best crunch I've ever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
If you are not familiar with McCoys crisps, they are big thick 'man-crisps' They are also ridged for your pleasure, and generally tend to be very tasty. Recently they have brought out a new flavour, that is Pub-grub flavoured Roast Beef & Horseradish. It would seem they are a limited edition, so if you want to have a taste, get yourself down to the supermarket quickly. I haven't seen these in a pub yet, but I am expecting the pub will keep these behind the bar as well. So what do they look like. No different. They look exactly like a standard McCoys crisp. They come in similar packaging, though they are trying to push a pub grub ... Read the complete review
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