Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Pringles Snacks
Description:Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps / Pringles potato chips.
Newest Review: ... special offers are available. I tend to get mine from Asda as they regularly have a £1.50 special price. Occasionally, ... more
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Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce 190G
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Last Update 12.03.2014 07:18
by - written on 23/04/08 (Very useful, 610 readings)
I am sure everyone has heard of the Pringle saying "once you pop you can't stop" well this is completely true. Pringles are extremely popular at the moment, the company itself is constantly introducing new and exciting flavours, which compliment the already existing flavours like Sour cream and onion, Salt and vinegar, Original, Texas Barbeque and many more. These actual crisps come packaged a cylinder tube which has a foil sealed lip to keep in the crisps freshness. Pringles also give you a cool little plastic lid, that seals the tube back up and keeps them fresh, if you don't eat them all that is. I have found this little lid ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Pringles is well known for it's popular tag line "Once you pop you just can't stop", referring to the crisps that can be gone in a matter of minutes. Pringles are oval-shaped crisps, shaped like wedges in a variety of exciting flavors like Sour cream and onion, Salt and vinegar, Original, Texas BBQ sauce and many more. The Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce is the newest addition to my list. I have tasted different flavors of Pringles and I found this very enjoyable. I have never been a fan of barbecue flavors in crisps, but I actually found this Pringles version very good in taste! PACKAGING The tube has the famous logo of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Or "Pringoooals", as they seem to be called at the moment, with the ordinary pack photo replaced by a frankly bizarre one of beanpole England striker Peter Crouch making a kebab out of a motley collection of vegetables and Pringles by skewering them with a corner flag. Of course. Given that Pringles aren't an official sponsor of the England team, Crouch's white strip has no England markings on it, but the symbolism is pretty obvious. Mind you, I'm more impressed by the way in which he's skewered those Pringles without having them shatter into a zillion pieces! Quite apart from what "Texas BBQ Sauce" might have to do with English football in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce comes in a 165g purple tube, containing approximately 90 pringles. They currently cost 1.16 at Asda. One of the things I hate about share-type crisps is that once they have been opened they don't keep very well and often go soggy. That is the great thing about Pringles, there is a lid so that they keep well after they have been opened. So no more wasted party crisps! I bought Texas BBQ Sauce Pringles yesterday because I'm having friends over tonight, so naturally we need something to scoff while we're drinking. I was a little bit hungry so I thought I'd have a couple. Bad idea, they are amazing and now I've ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I've only just bought some of these and thought I might as well write this review, but not because of what you might be thinking. I have always been a big fan of pringles and like many others, have previously fallen into the category of "Once you pop, you just cant stop". But, and there's a but, recently I have gotten to the stage where once I pop, I can easily stop. What I mean with the above is that I have found over the last 6 months or so (mostly with the BBQ flavour) is that when you open the container, nearly every pringle has got hardly any flavour on the crisp. You get a touch of the bbq seasoning around a bit of the edges, a ... Read the complete review
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