Phileas Fogg Mexican Sweet Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Phileas Fogg Snacks
Description:Brand: Phileas Fogg / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... as listed on the sainsburys website are: Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (28%), Mexican Sweet Chilli Flavour [Sugar, Dried Soya ... more
by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
My husband bought a bag of these from Sainsburys the other day as they were half price. A 140g bad usually costs around £1.60, so he got them for just 80p, which I think is a bargain for a big bag of crisps that we can share. There are so many brands of crisps out there, I often forget which ones I have eaten, and they all have similar flavours, but these are one of the best spicy crisps I have eaten for a long time, and I will try and remember which ones they are so that I can buy them again. The ingredients as listed on the sainsburys website are: Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (28%), Mexican Sweet Chilli Flavour [Sugar, Dried Soya Sauce, Wheat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I came across these recently on a shop in Sainsbury's. I decided to buy them because my usual favourites (Walker's Sensations Thai Sweet Chilli) were not available. I thought I would give these a try. I bought the 140g sharing pack (and ate most of it myself). These crisps taste more natural than sensations. They are made with 100% sunflower oil, have no MSG and no artificial colours or flavours. The packaging seems foil based and is very strong. It has a picture of a small town and a big hot air balloon, in the balloon it says "Phileas Fogg" in large letters and below that is says "authentic tastes from around the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Up until a few days ago, I would have brushed aside these Phileas Fogg Mexican Sweet Chilli crisps without thinking when I saw them on the kitchen work top whilst looking for a snack but as it happened the other day a friend shoved some Thai Sweet Chilli crisps in to my hand and I was surprised to like them so thought I would try these too. Now Phileas Fogg is not a brand name that I am very familiar with, normally I have Walkers, McCoys, Doritos or Wotsits, I haven't really seen these on many occasions but I think they specialise in unusual favours. After doing a bit of research I found that this company makes not only crisps, but also tortillas, poppadums ... Read the complete review
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