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Pringles Cheesy Cheese

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Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps

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      28.01.2010 18:20
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      Never thought to try these, as although we like Cheese Crisps in the house, it's not something I would have thought of trying with Pringles.

      This is in a 170g tube and just now these cost 74p at Asda. Not sure if it is went back up again, as the right price for these is £2 per tube. Although it still works out alright money, I think when these are around the £1 mark is when I would be more inclined to buy these more.

      This flavour hasn't been out that long. The tube is a yellow colour and the normal design of a Pringles tube. Tough Cardboard, with a plastic lid. I could probaly eat half a tube in 1 sitting and that's just nibbling away at them.

      These are quite a strong Cheese taste. Not like Wotsits, more like a stronger version of Quavers. The Cheese in this taste like lots of layers of Milder Cheese which makes for a nice Cheddary tang.

      Although I probably prefer other flavours in the range, this is nice tasting in a more simpler way. Nothing that special and I tried these with a Garlic Dip which made them even nicer.

      Subtler Cheesy Crisps.

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        20.03.2008 21:01
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        Once You Pop You'll Have To Stop

        Pringles Cheesey Cheese

        About Pringles

        The pringles recipe was made in 1956. in 1964 Pringles went into production. The distinctive Pringle can was introduced in 1970 and by 1998 pringles where available in 40 countries round the world.

        Crunchy facts about Pringles

        Pringles are available worldwide in 45 flavours.

        You can buy Pringles in more than 100 countries.

        Brad Pitt appeared in a Pringles advert in 1982


        Packaging

        Tall orange and yellow tube with pringles logo on and the moustached pringle man. Pictures of slices of cheese and pringles on also weight and nutritional information. Plastic lid with inner foil.

        Appearance

        Rough in texture round curved and scoop shaped with a bright orange powdery coating on.

        Smell

        Really strong cheesey smell, not a very pleasant smell a bit like smelly old socks or the really smelly cheese you can get (stilton etc).

        Taste

        I have never come across a flavour that I dislike before but cheesey cheese is the one. They taste like strong powdery cheese and are really salty after about five or six of these pringles I had a sickly feeling and couldn't eat any more.........once you pop you'll have to stop.

        Nutrition

        50g of Pringles contains
        305 calories
        2g of protein
        18g of fat 5.2g of which is saturated fat.
        24g of carbohydrate
        1.6g of fibre
        .26g of salt.
        Pringles are high in fat and calories so it is beter to eat them as part of a healthy diet. Maybe as a treat now and then.

        Price

        £1.50-£1.99 for a 170ge tube but you can usually get these on buy one get one free or half price at most supermarkets.


        Overall

        I was really disappointed with the cheesey cheese pringles and won't be buying this flavour again. Think I'll stick with salted, salt and vinegar or even texas barbeque flavour in future which are delicious.

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      • Product Details

        Pringles potato chips.