Phileas Fogg -Irish Cheddar and Onion Chutney Reviews
Product Type: Phileas Fogg Snacks
Newest Review: ... no artificial flavours or colours and that they are made with 100% sunflower oil. Along with that they contain no MSG. The ... more
by - written on 21/05/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
==Phileas Fogg Irish Cheddar With Onion Chutney Crisps== These crisps are something that I kept meaning to buy but it wasn't until recently that I first bought a pack. They are at the moment on special offer in Morrison's and also in Sainsbury's so I presume it is the manufacturers discount rather than the stores. However for £1 I got a large packet of crisps in a fancy cheese and onion flavour. There is 140 grams of crisps inside the bag and this is a very good amount for the price paid. These crisps are more or less available in most places as I have even seen them stocked in my small local spar shop. The state on the packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I give up eating chocolate over 6 years ago and although I still have a sweet tooth and enjoy a cake, I much prefer a savoury treat. I came across Phileas Fogg crisps last year. I bought quite a few packets just before Christmas, when Tesco was selling them at half price. My favourite flavour is by far, Irish Cheddar and Onion Chutney. For me there is nothing better than sitting down to a movie, with a cup of tea and a large packet of crisps. The only problem I find is that I tend to eat the whole packet to myself. Phileas Fogg crisps come in a foil bag, which keeps the crisps really fresh and crunchy. This is not your average packet of cheese and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Always on the look out for a bargain I spotted this bag of crisps in Morrisons for 70p which I think is good value for a 140g bag. **Packaging** One of the other reasons I picked up these crisps is because the packaging really stood out on the shelf they look so posh! The packaging is white in colour, on the front of the bag is a picture of a blue hot air balloon with a very posh gentleman and a very nice rustic village scene. Also on the packaging it says :- * No Artificial Colours or Flavours * Made with 100% Sunflower Oil * No MSG * No hydrogenated Vegetable Oil **What do I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I have had these in my office drawer for a while now and today was their turn to be eaten! The crisps came in a mixed bag of crisps from a shop in Barnsley called The Company Shop - you have to be a member - but they sell good quality food for very low prices. I like things like the mixed lot of crisps as you get to try lots of different brands and flavours without getting stuck with lots of crisps you don't like the flavour of. Not that this was a problem here. The packaging is POSH, the flavour intriguing 'Irish cheddar with onion chutney' with a 'just arrived' banner on the top I guess it means it's a new flavour and is a good pun with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I bought these at Christmas when they were on offer in Morrisons on a buy 1 get 2 free deal. Since then I've been buying a pack every week to enjoy with a beer at the weekend. Very naughty I know but they do taste very good. There are lots of flavours and crisp types to choose from in the range including - Mexican Sweet Chilli, Sea Salt and Indonesian Black Peppercorn and Balsamic Vinegar. I've tried most of them but the Irish Cheddar with Onion Chutney flavour is my favourite. Phileas Fogg crisps come in a distinctive white foil bag which has a picture of the man himself in his hot air balloon on the front. They use tastes and flavours inspired from all over ... Read the complete review
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