Red Sky West Country Bacon & Cream Cheese Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Red Sky Snacks
Description:Brand: Red Sky / Type: Crisps
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by - written on 06/08/12 (Very useful, 115 readings)
We all have our little indulgences or bad habits and I'm no exception, for me it's crisps (I can never get enough). Walkers are generally my crisps of choice but sometimes I get bored of the flavours available, seek out greener pastures. When I came across Red Sky I fell in love so imagine my surprise when I discovered that these were in fact made by Walkers. ~Walkers, who are they?~ Walkers is originally a British company (Now owned by PepsiCo) that have been making crisps since the 1880s. With a large range of flavours and varieties (Including Sensations, Baked, Max and Extra Crunchy) they are responsible for 47% of the British crisp market and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
When I was younger there only really seemed to be one name when it came to high quality, expensive crisps. I am of course talking about Kettle Chips, however in recent years a number of companies have tried to break into that market and as far as I'm concerned very few have succeeded. There is the odd exception to that rule however and for me one of those is the Red Sky branded West Country Bacon and Cream Cheese. The bacon flavour appealed to me from the first moment I saw these in my local Tesco's and when we finally tried them we were not disappointed. Who Makes Them This is where things with this packet of crisps get complicated, well as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I find Red Sky to be a better quality crisp than the standard brands of Walkers, Golden Wonder, etc. (Even though they are a subsidiary of Walkers!) Even the packaging feels more upmarket. It feels like a sturdy paper bag and its foil lined to keep the crisps extra fresh. The packet is also aesthetically pleasing with its sunset sky overlooking a rural English farm scene. It all adds to the appeal of this brand. Red Sky continues to please by stating that the ingredients are 100% natural, the potatoes are British and that the packaging is made from well-managed and sustainable forests. It's good to know that British farmers are being supported and of course ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
On Saturday night our family sits together and watches a DVD. We also have various snacks to much whilst watching, usually some popcorn, crisps and dips. Last week I spotted a display of crisps I hadn't seen before on the supermarket shelf. The crisps were on offer and looked like a new up market brand so I decided to give them a try. The crisps in question are called Red Sky. They come in a variety of temping flavours including roasted red pepper and lime, Anglesey sea salt, English cheddar and red onion, sea salt and cider vinegar, sour cream and green herbs and the flavour that I chose -West Country bacon and cream cheese. The packaging states ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I've just had a wicked bag of crisps and I've never seen them before so I thought they must be new but now I look there are already a few reviews about them so I must be behind the times! The flavour is West Country Bacon & Cream Cheese and they are delish. They taste a bit like smoky bacon crisps but you can taste the cream cheese and that makes the crisps less salty and makes they feel a bit creamy to eat even though they're proper crunchy crisps. They have got a nicer texture than Walkers crisps because they're a bit thicker and have got a wicked crunch as you eat them. My favourite ones are the crisps that have folded over the top of each ... Read the complete review
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