Pringles Zesty Lime and Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Pringles Snacks
Description:Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... to pay the price for these. These are just at the same place as all the other Pringles. In the same cardboard tube. There is ... more
by - written on 10/06/09, updated on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I happened to mention in the comments of another of my reviews that there are not enough lime flavoured products in the shops. Then it completely came back to me that I had tried these out the other week. So what you have here is the classic tube of Pringles, the same as any other but this time given a little bit of mystique in the guise of an unusual flavour - OK maybe not that unusual if you watch any of these telly chefs drizzling everything with a good squeeze of lemon, except they have moved on and it is now lime they use instead. Back to the Pringles. You get your first one out of the tube and pop it in your mouth. Now I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
On the phone to my friend Lynne the other night she burst into random fits of laughter. Hey I thought the conversation we were having is serious. It turns out though that she was laughing at her husbands face trying the new Pringles flavours. She then went on to explain Morrisons have the Zesty Lime 'n'n Chilli flavor on offer for 99p so she thought they would give them a go. However, he didn't like them. She saved them for me to try and as soon as I put them in my mouth I thought 'WOW' I love them. So off to Morrisons I went to buy some. I love pringles, all the flavours are lovely apart from the the Rice Infusions ones which are like card ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 227 readings)
I was shopping in Morrisons the other week and saw a sign saying Pringles £1. I presumed it was for all flavours but looking closer saw it said 'Zesty Lime n Chilli flavour' hmm sound interesting, I like Lime Doritos and Sensations so grabbed a couple of tubs and put them in the trolley. This flavour came out at the beginning of February so is still very new. These Pringles are in the usual 155g tub, the colour of this flavour is, unsurprisingly Lime green with red and yellow writing and lines. There is an image of some Pringles, some sliced limes, red chillies and green chillies. It looks exotic and made me look that's for sure. This flavour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I wasn't keen on trying this flavour and would have never went out and bought them, as the flavour didn't appeal to me. I thought the Lime flavour would be really overpowering and sour and thought the I wouldn't be able to taste any of the Chilli. The reason I tried them is that we were at a bbq a few weeks ago and these Crisps were out. Now is the time to try them I guess, so I can find out if I like them without having to pay the price for these. These are just at the same place as all the other Pringles. In the same cardboard tube. There is the foil covering with the plastic lid as well. The colouring seems a bit more subtle than other Pringles and not so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10 (Useful, 26 readings)
I don't usually like Pringles; however, I discovered the Zesty Lime and Chilli flavour in the run up to Christmas and they are currently one of my favourite snacks, they are totally 'moreish' !! The Zesty Lime and Chilli flavour come in the 165g large tube which should make them perfect to share but because I like them that much I don't want to ! The packaging provides a hint of what is to come, the tube is lime green in colour and features a lime twisting around a pringle with a few red chillis. In terms of flavour, I think Pringles have pretty much got the combination spot on. The lime flavour is fresh but sweet and definitely grows stronger as ... Read the complete review
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