Tayto Crisps in general Reviews
Product Type: Tayto Snacks
Description:Brand: Tayto / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... considered a 'speciality' product as they are difficult to find on the mainland. Tayto produce their crisps in a variety of ... more
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Tayto Crisps are a brand of potato crisps produced in Tandragee, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. They are Northern Irelands most popular crisp and are also available if you search for them on the UK Mainland. This company also produce the crisps for sale in Ireland (Republic) under the brand name 'Champion' as there already exists a totally separate brand 'Tayto' in Ireland. Any Northern Irish person living away from home will tell you that Tayto are the best crisps in the world. I have managed to find them in the Irish section of my local ASDA and they are priced at £2.24 for 12 bags which is a bit more expensive than competitors such as Walkers or Golden ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/10, updated on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
"Tayto", which comes from Potato, are Irish potato chips (or crisps) that are mostly only available on the island of Ireland, but which do have very limited exposure on mainland Britain. They offer regular "Walkers style" crisps in all the normal flavours, for example: "Cheese and Onion", "Salt and Vinegar", but also delve into more abstract shapes and varities, such as "Salt and Vinegar Spirals", or "Bacon Fives", or even Popcorn. The choices of shape and flavour are wide, but the overall quality remains predictably good. They are savory, tasty, and best of all cheap! They are locally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Tayto Crisps Growing up in Ireland I have always had affection for all things potato based and crisps were no exception. Tayto crisp were one of the most frequent additions to my lunch boxes throughout school. I still enjoy a nice pack of Tayto crisps. A bit about Tayto There are actually two companies called Tayto in Ireland. One is located in the South and one in North. To make things simple they are both in the crisps business. This review is based on my favourite, the Northern Ireland version of Tayto. Tayto NI is a Northern Irelands based company that is located in Tandragee, Co Armagh. They were formed in 1959 and sell a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
It was myself who suggested this category, only problem being I actually suggested Tayto Chips Salt and Vinegar flavour so that is what I will be reviewing here! Tayto Chips are not actually the same as the Tayto Crisps offering but by visiting Taytos website you can find out more about their crisps products, and you can even buy them too! My last review was concentrating on Tayto Exy Ozys and I explained how the cheapy 10p and 15p crisps are a firm favourite with me being cheap, tasty and can be purchased almost anywhere. Tayto Chips are another 15p pack of crisps that I regularly buy in my local post office. These come in a metallic, shiny blue ... Read the complete review
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