Tyrells Cider Vinegar and Sea Salt Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Tyrrells Snacks
Description:Brand: Tyrells / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... to pay the (more expensive than most brands) 70p for them. The crisps are medium sized, slightly bubbled and a nice golden ... more
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I never usually buy tyrrells as they are quite expensive, but recently in Sainsburys they were on offer at 2 150g bags for £2.00. They usually retail at about £1.70 a bag so I thought this was a great offer to take advantage of. The bag is quite a nice design and it's got a strange feel to it, it's not shiny like other bags it sort of had a matt finish to it, which was different, but I found it made them hard to open, I don't know why, but I had to ask my husband to open the bag for me. The bag was really full of crisps, so it was great value for money. I didn't feel like I had been conned with extra packaging like other crisp ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
When it comes to snacks it's often worth trying something new so when the local garage started to sell Tyrrell's it seemed like they were worth trying, even if they did have a rather high price (64p for a packet of 40g crisps). The crisp packet from the offset looked rather premium an impressive, rather different from the colourful and childish packets that many of the other ones in the garage had. These had a traditional look to them, not colourful but yet smart looking. With an image in the centre of a rather elderly gentleman in front of a lot of bottles of alcohol (presumably Cider). Although often a fan of typical "Salt and Vinegar" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
My fondness for crisps is well documented by the amount of reviews I do on them, I have my favourites out of the many varieties available and one of them is Tyrells Cider Vinegar and Sea Salt flavour. Being somewhat of a hard to find variety I have only ever seen them for sale at Costa Coffee and always try to pick up a bag to enjoy with my Latte. At around 85p for a 40 gram bag they are certainly more expensive than Walkers and are comparable to Kettle crisps in terms of price and quality. Tyrells like to tell us on the packet that these crisps are made from farm-grown potatoes in Herefordshire and that it is not unusual for them to harvest a crop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
These crisps are proper nice, I love Tyrells and these are deffo my faves. The flavour is cider vinegar & sea salt and they are perfect, the main flavour is ready salted I think but the cider vinegar gives them a bit of a sweet and tangy flavour. The crisps are thick and crunchy, I reckon they've got the skins left on the crisps because they're proper dark but I've chucked the bag now so can't check. If it is the skins they're only on there thin so don't stress if you don't like the skins! The crunch of these is loads better than Kettle Chips because I think some of their flavours are way too hard and not that nice to eat. These are a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
After having a disappointing experience with Tyrell's crisps some months ago I was loathe to sample the packets we had bought for my granddaughter's 'posh' 13th birthday party. However, after detecting a deliciously tangy aroma around the buffet table my in-built food radar led me to the bowl of Tyrell's Cider Vinegar and Sea Salt crisps and I just knew I'd have to try some as they smelled so divine. The crisps themselves have a lovely crunchy consistency; although seen as crisps catered towards the top end of the market, Tyrell's have resisted the temptation to make their crisps as ridiculously hard and tooth-achingly crunchy as the likes of Kettle ... Read the complete review
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