Pringles Extreme Cheese and Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Procter & Gamble Snacks
Description:Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... itself or goes well with dips. The label bears the following 'WARNING: XTREME FLAVOURS INSIDE', and this flavour reaches the ... more
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
We all know and love Pringles, and they are a staple snack at any family gathering with a buffet. Pringles have recently branched out and introduced a new range of 'extreme' flavours and are introducing some spice and excitement alongside their existing standard flavours. I got mine on special offer from Tesco's at 95p for a 150g tube. The packaging has had a bit of a facelift, with the regular tube being decorated in bold colours with the big XTREME logo across the front. These look like any old regular Pringle crisps, with the distinctive curved shape and they are the usual pale beige colour. They are light and crunchy and have a nice crispy texture that is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I absolutly love Pringles and usually when I go round to my boyfriends house his mum has more often than not bought a tub of Pringles for him to munch through during the week. Not too good I know, but I usually end up eating ost of them anyway. It wasnt until i went round to his that I had tried this flavour. I saw them firstly in WH Smith at Gatwick airport and thought that they sounded interesting but never got round to buying them. I usually go for either Salt and Vinegar or cheese and onion, so wasnt too sure on these by the sounds of the flavour. However, I have to say that they are actually very nice, they are fairly hot,espicially after a few, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
There is a new range of Pringles that came out about 6 months ago called Pringles Extreme. Although I have found that normal Pringles have a good amoount of flavouring on them, these have a good flavour and can be slightly more spicy and that. They come in the same 170g tin, the same kind of cardboard tube with the foil covering and the plastic lid. I would say the colourings on here are more bold and eye catching. As the picture shows the colourings are blue and yellow. The Pringles are stacked on top of each other and just the same as the other Pringles in that way. So how did these taste? Pretty nice. I thought of Nacho's when I heard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Pringles Extreme Cheese and Chilli...... I have had to write a review of these Pringles because they are so delicious that I can't stop eating them. I find them by far the best Pringles that you can buy and what is better they are on offer in most places at the moment! I was always a Sour Cream and Chive Pringles fan before trying these and I have to say that I don't think I can go back. These Cheese and Chilli are really not for people who do not like a bit of spice as they do have somewhat of a kick to them! The chilli flavour is rather strong and in my opinion does over power the cheeseyness slightly. I have just bought a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I think everybody loves at least one flavour of Pringles crisps, and up until I tried these, mine were Salt and Vinegar. Now though, these are by far my favourite. These crisps are part of the newer pringles range of 'Extreme' and when shopping they certainly stand out with a black box and flourescant yellow writing, which is what originally caught my eye. The sound of the flavour-chili and cheese is slightly unusual, however the taste is great and they definatly go well together. Ive had tubs of pringles in the past where one tub will taste great, then another has hardly any flavour, almost as if they have cut back on the flavour topping, however, ... Read the complete review
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