Seabrook Hot and Spicy Wasabi Reviews
Product Type: Seabrook Snacks
Description:Brand: Seabrook / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... a trace of this elusive range I finally came accross the wasabi flavour in it's colourful and large bag(113.4g). I got them ... more
by - written on 04/06/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I have often bought seabrooks in ready salted and salt & vinegar, always finding them to be delicious. But when scouring the internet in a bored daze I came accross the hot & spicy range, as I am a spice addict I resolved to keep my eye out for them in the shops, 2 of the 4 flavours stood out to me firstly the habanero and jalapeno and secondly the wasabi flavour. I'd recently tried wasabi for the first time so with a bit of luck I'd get on well with the crisps. Recently ,after literally months of not finding a trace of this elusive range I finally came accross the wasabi flavour in it's colourful and large bag(113.4g). I got them home and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09, updated on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
Seabrook describe these crisps as "a right hot gobful!" Wasabi flavouring is Japanese horseradish which is why they've got a three-chilli hotness warning on the packet. They're suitable for vegetarians and vegans but they contain gluten and mustard which some people may be allergic to. They come in large share bags or small individual bags although the smaller bags are quite hard to find in most shops. I've discovered the small bags are usually found in over-priced newsagents. I buy my sharing bags in Morrison's when they're on offer for £1, otherwise they cost £1.26. The crisps are crinkle-cut and very crunchy, even after ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Seabrook Hot and Spicy Wasabi Description: Manufacturer: Seabrook / Type: Crisps I must start by explaining that I am a big fan of Seabrooks crisps and also spicy foods (including wasabi sauce) so when I saw these crisps, I was keen to try them. They were selling multi packs of 6 in my local Morrisons for just £1 so I bought some, look out for other flavours too. The packaging is a white pack with the word "wasabi" in black lettering on a red and orange background. The first couple of crisps tasted a little spicy (as you would expect from a Japanese horseradish sauce) and then suddenly, they were REALLY hot! Not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 446 readings)
Asda is currently got Seabrook Crisps on offer for £1 for a multipack of 6 31g bags. Annoyingly they didn't have any mixed flavours bags, but that's alright as I love Cheese and Onion and Ready Salted ones. I spotted this flavour which I had never seen before and decided they were worth a try. Would be a waste if I didn't like them after tucking into 1 bag, but I like to try new flavours of things. The packaging of these is pretty normal. The 6 bags are in a larger rectangular bag. It has the Seabrook branding in the middle of the pack and the Hot and Spicy writing around the branding. The writing is in reds and blacks, so it kind of stands out as firey and ... Read the complete review
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