Smiths Crisps Salt and Vinegar Chipsticks Reviews
Product Type: Smiths Snacks
Description:Brand: Smiths / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... of the Walkers Salt and Vinegar Chipsticks and this will cost £1.75 each, which equates to just 22p per individual packet. I ... more
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
It's always nice when you come accross a product from your childhood, I remember them being present in every single vending machine accross the country during the late 80's early 90's, when I was but a mere babe in arms ; ) The first thing to attract your attention is the stripy blue packaging, very distinctive and eye catching ensuring they stand out from the rest. But it's not only the packaging that sets them apart from others of its piers, it's not really even the taste which is a fairly standard (but good) representation of Salt & Vinegar, it is in fact the texture that makes Chipsticks leap out from the competition in my eyes. The crisps ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I'm a sucker for all things retro. If I ate it when I was wee, then I'll still buy it today. Chipsticks were one of my favourites when I was younger, and now I'm just after polishing off a bag. It's nice to be able to introduce your children to something that you used to get when you were small. I got my Chipsticks in a multipack bag from Tescos. They were in a section of 3 for £3 brands so I popped an 8 pack bag into the trolley. When my little boy saw them as I unpacked the shopping he asked what they were (and next question as every mother knows... 'Can I have some?') And I told them that these were Chipsticks, but he might not like them as they were salt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 297 readings)
Smiths Chipsticks have been around for years, I remember eating these when I was much younger along with 'Bones' (Does anyone else remember them? People look at me in horror when I ask them) probably the strongest flavour of Salt and Vinegar available on any snack that I have ever had yet I rarely buy them in. As I was in Poundland the other day stocking up on batteries and padded envelopes I spotted a mutli pack of these offering 8 packets instead of the usual 6, so at a pound for 8 bags I couldn't pass them up. Still in the familiar blue and white bags they always have been and still proclaiming the name of 'Smiths' (even though they are now Walkers) they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Normally when eating your average crisps such as Walkers I tend to go for the easy fail safe option of ready salted, as they're reliable and I know that I'll always like them! However these were in the house the other day so I thought that I might as well try them! I was pleasantly surprised. They are in a traditional Smiths packet, (Smiths make other nostalgic crisps such as Frazzles and the original salt and shake), which is blue and it has a see through window at the bottom below the logo and name of the crisps so you can see the crisps before eating them! They are different to normal crisps in that instead of being potato based like Walkers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 273 readings)
I hadn't eaten a bag of Chipsticks for years however after visiting a friends house last night I was offered a bag of these and think I definitely will be purchasing my own stash of Chipsticks. ***Packaging*** The packaging of Chipsticks is very retro and exactly how I remember the packaging to be when I was a child. The bag is white with lots of light blue horizontal stripes across it. Smith Chipsticks is written on the front of the bag (these crisps are made by Walkers). On the front of the pack is a clear cut out window so you can see the crisps inside. ***Price*** A 25g bag of Chipsticks costs around 35p, ... Read the complete review
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