Walkers Max Cheeseburger Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Newest Review: ... which remind me of McCoys in the way they look and how crunchy they are. They are an orangey golden colour and uniformly cut ... more
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I had a bag of these Cheeseburger crisps last night and was suprised at how much like cheeseburgers they tasted! They are ridged crisps like McCoys but I've only recently tried these Walkers Max crisps and I prefer the thinner texture of them to McCoys because for a bag of crisps McCoys are madly filling like a meal!!! These don't actually taste meaty and I was suprised about that but they've done something to the cheese flavouring to remind you of cheeseburgers. You can sort of taste the different flavours that comes with a cheeseburger instead of actually tasting the cheeseburger but I thought that was yummy and loads better than the greasy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/09 (Very useful, 210 readings)
I adore walkers Max Paprika crisps and of late have gone through bag after bag of the things. However today I fancied a change from my now norm and picked up a bag of Red Skye crisps. Not feeling very at ease with this option when I spotted this flavour I was delighted and so fancied them on sight! At 54p a bag they're a little more than most other brands of crisps in my local Nisa store but I love the quality of this, Walkers Max brand and they you do get a bigger size than most standard bags! The Packaging: 47g bright yellow on the front and white on the back foil bag. On the front there is a photograph of a crisp and a potato and in large white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I must admit when I first walked into my local Costcutters across the road I was not expecting when I went to pay for my purchases that there would be a stand that was selling Cheeseburger Flavoured Crisps and my first notion was that Walkers had gone truly mad and that they had come up with this new flavour of crisp as some kind of joke. But not put off by my initial fears about these crisps and their strange flavour I thought to myself right I will give them a try anyways and they may just prove me wrong or so I was hoping.As I got home and in my room and took the first bite there was a taste of similarity like when you order a Cheeseburger from McDonalds ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 227 readings)
I'm a bit of a junk food fanatic, I know fine well its not the best so why I keep asking myself do I keep purchasing a MacDonalds Cheeseburger with fries. I'm not a big fan of gherkin so I always remove that first Well the answer is pretty simple really I like them, they're tasty fill a small hole and they aren't too expensive. I have however found a cheaper alternative, which tastes similar well it is advertised to taste like a cheesburger being that the product is of course Walkers MAX Cheeseburger. The packet costs in the region of 60p and contains a lot more crisps than your standard 50g pack. The crisps themselves are both crispy and ridged and pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09, updated on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
These crisps are another special edition flavour from Walkers and after reading a couple of favourable reviews I thought I would give them a try even though when I sw the price of 60p I almost had second thoughts. The crisps themselves are cheese burger flavour and they are a thicker ridged type of crips which remind me of McCoys in the way they look and how crunchy they are. They are an orangey golden colour and uniformly cut in size. They taste pretty nice on the whole, you can certainly detect a tangy tomato flavour to them and also a bit of a meaty taste as well, I did not get a really strong cheese flavour from the crisps at all but then I ... Read the complete review
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