Pringles Extreme Wasabi Reviews
Product Type: Procter & Gamble Snacks
Description:Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps / Snacks
Newest Review: ... wasabi you are going to end up with tears running down your cheeks (literally!). So, was Pringles Extreme Wasabi any good? ... more
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I was inspired to write this review after reading one where someone slated this flavour, and then stated that ' a wasabi to the best of my knowledge is some type of pea .' Really ? Wasabi ? A pea ? Whilst I don't mean to be critical of other reviewers, I don't think it wise to review something that hyas a particular flavour if you don't know what the flavour is meant to be like in the first place. I couldn't review Edam cheese for example, without ever tasting it, much less give a review of an Edam flavoured crisp and tell you if it lived up to its claims . Wasabi, for those who don't know and would rather not just blindly assume it's a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Pringles have been around in the UK for years now and are a well loved and well trusted brand of crisp. The regular varieties can usually be picked up on special offer in your local supermarket. But recently they brought out the new "Extreme" range. Supposed to be stronger flavours - and different flavours to their usual varieties. I tried the rib ones first and thought they were tasty, then I saw the Wasabi ones in Asda. I have mad cravings for Wasabi on a regular basis, so was desperate to give these a try. Upon opening them, I noticed the Wasabi smell was there but not over powering, so grabbed a handful and set to work. The first one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/10 (Very useful, 120 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 09/08/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
As I am a sucker for anything wasabi flavored and as I am an avid Pringles lover, I nearly jumped with joy when I saw the Extreme Wasabi Pringles tube. Wasabi, if you don't know, is the green stuff that comes with sushi and it has a flavor very similar to the mustard's kind of "spicy" in a sense that it attacks the nose more than it does the throat. Wasabi's flavor is much more intense though: when I eat mustard I freely dip whatever I eat it with in to get a healthy amount, but if you do the same with wasabi you are going to end up with tears running down your cheeks (literally!). So, was Pringles Extreme Wasabi any good? From the point of view of a ... Read the complete review
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