Tesco Finest Honey Roast Ham Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... bags like these ones in smaller bags. Perhaps 1 day. These are part of the Tesco Finest Range and cost 98p for the 150g bag. ... more
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I like most Crisps and in fact we have a cupboard full of them. Fair enough it isn't a huge cupboard, but it is stacked full of them. We often stock right up on Crisps when they are on a good offer, and there is a mixture of individual bags, and larger ones. I wish you could get some of the larger bags like these ones in smaller bags. Perhaps 1 day. These are part of the Tesco Finest Range and cost 98p for the 150g bag. There is a few different flavours in the range, but these are the nicest in my view. The bag is quite thick, and takes a bit strength to open it. Not too hard, but enough. The bag is a kind of matted silver colour and looks fancy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Saying that I am partial to crisps is a bit of an understatement, I absolutely love them, so I either try and buy none at all, or at the very least limit it to the occasional bag every so often. My husband has a sweet tooth and will only eat 'proper' crisps, as he calls them - the likes of Kettle Chips and any other bag of handcooked crisps. Last week in Tesco, I hadn't treated myself to any crisps for a while, and so I ad a look for a bag of handcooked crisps that both my husband and I could share. One that caught my eye, that I had never noticed before were these Tesco finest handcooked crips honey Roast Ham flavour. They came in a 150g bag and cost ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I brought these on a whim because I fancied a nice bag of crisps but didn't want Kettle Chips because the flavours are grating on me a bit at the minute. These are honey roast ham flavour and do taste a lot like ham but are a bit too much like smoky bacon for me and I don't think these are special enough for Tesco to sell them under the Finest range. They're quite salty and greasy tasting and that put me off a bit because even though they don't feel oily to the touch there's a definite taste of oil underneath the ham flavour. I also thought the flavouring was a bit too sweet and even though it's called HONEY roast ham I wasn't expecting a sweet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
My sons school is aiming for a Gold Star in its Eco status and so regularly hold environmental weeks where they try to reduce their waste as much as possible; especially lunch box waste, so a recent tip that came home with him one day was for parents to buy share sized bags of crisps and put them in a reusable container, rather than buy multi packs of crisps which create a lot more waste. This is how I came across Tesco's Finest Honey Roast Ham flavour hand cooked crisps. The crisp packet is stiffer than your average bag, and it has an attractive simple design which is in keeping with the Tescos Finest range. The bag can be quite hard to open, and you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Following on from a review by I Am Joy again ( I promise, i'm not following you!) I read about these Crisps and decided to buy them yesterday when I was in Tesco. See, that is the power of Dooyoo. Read about a product, and then go out and buy it yourself! These Crisps are from the Tesco Finest range. They are the premium brand of the shop's own brand, and you always pay more for the Premium selection than the standard brand. It's not necessary to say it is better, but some of the range seem a cut above. One of my favourite Crisp flavours is Honey Roast Ham, and i've tried differents shop's version of this. The size of the bag was 100g and cost ... Read the complete review
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