Walkers Thai Sweet Chilli Sensations Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Walkers Sensations are 'Posh Crisps' from Walkers. They are an everyday treat, specially prepared ... more
Walkers Thai Sweet Chilli Sensations ... crunchier crisps which are available in a range of indulgent flavours. So if you want to treat yourself in the evening or just enjoy time with your partner, Sensations will suit every occasion when you fancy something a little bit more special. All flavours are available in 150g bags and the following flavours are also available in 40g bags: Vintage Cheddar & Red Onion Chutney;Oven Roasted Chicken with Lemon & Thyme; Slow Roasted Lamb with Moroccan Spices; Gently Infused Lime & Thai Spices;Thai Sweet Chilli.
Newest Review: ... This flavours packaging is Black with a pictures of 2 red chilli's on them. As Walkers state on the back of the packet; they ... more
Price Comparison for Walkers Thai Sweet Chilli Sensations
Sensations Thai Sweet Chilli 40 g (Pack of32)
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Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
by - written on 04/02/08, updated on 04/02/08 (Very useful, 309 readings)
From a long time ago, I put myself on a mission of tasting every crisp flavour that was out there. Yes, of course it came to a point were I had to try these walkers Thai sweet chilli sensations. I was not really keen in trying them as I did not like the word chilli, it only reminded me of how hot and irritating it is when it hits my tongue. Of course I had to be brave, after my moments of hesitation I took my first bite. I won't waste your time in telling you how I felt, but yes I loved them they tasted great and very crunchy. From that day forwards I've always bought the sensations every time I got the chance, And I've never got bored of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/05 (Very useful, 422 readings)
Being a very picky eater I get bored of eating the same old things but find it dificult trying new things and liking them. I had already tried a couple of other flavours in the Walkers Sensations range of crisps and thought they were pretty nice, but was convinced I wouldn't like these. But one day I took the plunge and all I could say was - Wow! Walkers are a very well known and respected crisp producer, but when they produced their new Sensatoins range with its 'out there' flavours including Oven Roasted Chicken and Thyme, Slow Roasted Lamb and Mint and these, Thai Sweet Chilli, I wasn't too sure. From experience all these new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10, updated on 16/11/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Yes, then can. But it's a double edged sword. These crisps have the power to take over your mind in ways I wouldn't have previously believed possible. Once you've dabbled with these fiery little slices of joy once, there is no turning back. You never know quite what might trigger a reaction, although walking down the crisp aisle of any major supermarket is the more obvious cause, but once they're in your head you'll need them. And when I say 'need' I'm not talking about need in the sense of needing to put your feet up after a hard day at work, or needing to something to eat at lunch time. I'm talking 'need' in the context of a smoker with a 60 a day habit who gets locked Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Sensations are a "posher" caliber of crisp from walkers, unfortunately this is code for use the same expense to produce said crisp but use classic black and white colours tomake the packet look posher, then charge more than usual for what is ostencibally the same crisps we've been eating for years, walkers are a little bit rip off merchanty in my view (look at how few crisps you get per packet). However with Walkers meany pants nature pushed aside it's time to give these crisps their day in court. I am a huge chili head and as such I get a bit disappointed when products are dulled down heatwise to appeal to a wider demographic, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Originally launched in 2002, in the white packets shown above, Walkers Sensations crisps became a firm favourite and there are now seven different flavours available. In the flashy new black packet these crisps stand out from the crowd. This particular flavour is the Thai Sweet Chilli flavour, which has the red writing and design of a red dragon intermingled with chilli peppers on the black background. The larger 160g packs generally cost around £1.75, though can often be seen on offer (locally I can find them for a pound each at the moment). Unfortunately for me, the vending machine in my office stocks the crisps at 60p for the smaller 40g size ... Read the complete review
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