Red Sky Anglesey Sea Salt Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Red Sky Snacks
Description:Brand: Red Sky / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... as tasting of the countryside. The products is set to promote the beauty of rural Britain and Red Sky supports projects like ... more
by - written on 31/05/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I only tried these recently after wanting something a little different to put in a sharing bowl. Being on offer at £1 always makes something taste that little bit better to me, but overall I was actually really pleased with these as they make a very tasty, crunchy potato snack. As I usually do when I try something new and review it, I Googled the brand to find more information. Strangely, they didn't seem to have a website, only a landing page requesting that those wanting more information write to them. So, without knowing much on the heritage or product range as a whole, all I can say is that I know of their crisps and they seem to be marketed as being more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I find Red Sky to be a superior quality crisp than the standard brands of Walkers, Golden Wonder, etc. (Even though it is a subsidiary of Walkers!) The packaging feels more upmarket. It feels like a sturdy paper bag and its foil lined to keep the crisps extra fresh. The packet design is also aesthetically pleasing with its sunset sky overlooking a rural English farm scene. It all adds to the appeal of the brand. Red Sky continues to please by stating that the ingredients are 100% natural, the potatoes are sourced within Britain and that the packaging is made from well-managed and sustainable forests. It's good to know that British farmers are being supported, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have bought Red Sky crisps for the first time this weekend and thought I would give a review whilst its still fresh in my mind! The only reason I bought them is because Sainsburys have them on special offer for £1.00 for a 150g bag which is really good value when you look at the price of its competitors.. They are usually £1.62 a bag so it was a good deal... I bought the Sea Salt and the Roasted Red Pepper & Lime flavours. I must admit the pepper and lime is my favourite of the two but thats because I like something with a bit of a kick! Starting with the packaging, these are only available in 150g bags in Sainsburys and the bag doesn't feel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/10, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I'd seen Red Sky crisps in the shops before but had never actually bought any. Arriving home recently from a week visiting friends 'Dahn Sarf' I discovered that Boyfriend had got these plus another flavour to try. Packaging. The packet for this flavour is predominantly blue with the Red Sky name on the front, along with the flavour and the statement that these crisps use 100% natural ingredients. Turning the packet over the ingredients are listed (the shortest list I've ever had to type for a crisps review!) along with the allergy information, nutritional information and contact details for Red Sky. There's also a statement committing the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I quite like a bag of ready salted crisps sometimes even though I'll normally go for one of the more interesting flavours. These Anglesey Sea Salt crisps from Red Sky are yummy though because they are so simple that they are genius! The crisps are quite thick and very crunchy, they are a bit darker looking than other ready salty crisps and I was expecting them to have a bit of a burnt flavour but they taste proper fresh. They haven't gone mad with the salt and that's a good thing because I think a lot of plain salted crisps are waaaay too salty and that makes them hard to eat. You can taste the yummy potato crisps underneath the salt and the 2 ... Read the complete review
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