Walkers South African Sweet Chutney Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Brand: Walkers / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... a very pleasant aroma indeed. It's very different from the many meat flavours that Walkers offer. This one is very sweet and ... more
by - written on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
Well I understand if you're getting fed with my same old reviews of this new range of Walkers crisps made to coincide with the World Cup, but bear with me because it looks as though this is going to be the last one. This is because I've searched high and low for the three remaining flavours from Wales, Scotland and Ireland. I've not been able to find them anywhere. I will endeavour to keep looking, but its not looking good. As regular readers will know, Walkers ran the World Flavour cup where anyone can vote for their favourite flavour online or via text. For anyone that's interested the English flavour of Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding won. Personally i ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Having recently tried out (and loving) another flavour from the new range of Walker's crisps which are out at the moment to celebrate the 2010 world cup, a couple of days ago I went out to buy a multi-pack of Walker's to try out. I was excited to see the flavour I really like in the packet (Japanese Teriyaki Chicken) and was please to see that also there were a couple of packets of the South African Sweet Chutney flavour that I really did fancy trying in there too! The Packaging: 25g (cos it's in a multi-pack) green, red, yellow and white foil packet and on the front of it I am told that they are Walkers South African Sweet Chutney Flavour Potato ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
This year is the 2010 World Cup. Walkers have produced a special range of crisp flavours dedicated to the countries who are playing. *Product* Here we have Walkers South African Sweet Chutney Crisps. *Packaging* The crisps come in a standard foil bag for freshness. The front of the bag has been designed with the South African flag colours. The familiar Walkers logo and flavour name are also present alongside some basic nutrition and a trophy. On the back of the bag, you will find details of the promotion, ingredients, nutrition and the address for Walkers. *The Crisps* The crisps themselves are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I think it's about time that I had another look at one of Walkers' limited edition "Flavour Cup" varieties, and this time around I have chosen to review the flavour associated with the World Cup hosts. I can't say that I am all that au fait with South African cuisine, but I am fond of most types of pickles and chutneys, so a sweet chutney flavour does appeal to me. It also seemed time that I tried a flavour from outside Europe! I don't think that this is one of the most successful pack designs in the series. The South African flag, although very well known and extremely distinctive, is perhaps a little too busy for the rather stylised treatment it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Another of Walkers new flavours to celebrate this year's World Cup Finals. This is my third review of the crisps, so apologies if they are similar in style, but I am trying to give a sense of the flavour. Having tried and not particularly liked the American Cheeseburger and Brazilian Salsa (already reviewed here, plug, plug!), the next flavour we came across was the South African Sweet Chutney. I was hoping for Biltong or Ostrich. With the previous two flavours, I got to finish off a packet of them because my son didn't like them. This time he did, but he let me have a pack to try for myself - what a generous soul. The bag has ... Read the complete review
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