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      29.12.2011 15:02
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      Love 'em!

      Everyone loves crisps don't they? I know I do! The majority of the time I tend to stick to 'normal' flavours such as 'Ready Salted' or 'Salt and Vinegar', even though I love other flavours too. For Christmas we bought a big 24-pack of Walkers Crisps; I was happy because the multi-pack (whilst costing around £3 which I thought was quite expensive) it contained lots of unusual flavours - including BBQ Rib and Worcester Sauce. As I hadn't had Worcester Sauce crisps for years, I decided to give them a go.

      First thing that stands out for me is the lovely purple colour of the packet; it is very attractive and looks quite luxurious looking compared to the usual Walkers' crisp packets.

      Opening the packet I am greeted with a slight...how can I say...spicy-ness aroma. They do smell quite pleasant and certainly send out an 'EAT ME' scent.

      ~ * Taking A Bite...* ~

      Mmm!! I am greeted with a slightly hot and 'spicy' taste. They do have quite an unusual taste...I wouldn't say that they are very hot, just a little bit. They also have a slight sweet taste to them; not overly sweet, but just a little sweetness. The sweetness and the spicy-ness compliment each other really well. I wouldn't say that they taste exactly like Worcester Sauce, but they do taste lovely.

      Each crisp is full flavoured and very more-ish. They also have a lovely crunchy texture; you can tell that they are high quality crisps and so I would definitely say that they are well worth the money.

      I really like these crisps! My only negative point is the fact that they are not too widely available. You can always get Cheese and Onion crisps but never Worcester Sauce unless of course you buy a large multi-pack bag of around 24 bags of crisps which are expensive.

      I would definitely recommend these crisps.

      Thanks for reading!
      December 2011
      Xdonzx / xd-o-n-z-x

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        21.06.2011 18:25
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        My favorite flavour

        I like my crisps to have that certain bang in them, that kind of sour/chilli flavor with a bit of a kick that leaves you salivating at the back of the mouth. The only other flavor that has that is Prawn Cocktail, but lately Walkers have sweetened that flavor too much leaving only Worcester sauce as the only flavor that truly satisfies the taste-buds.

        The crisps themselves are quite crispy and the top of the packet usually has a few very big crisps. The thing to do is to shake the packet a little then open them from the bottom to get the most from the flavor. I have occasionally got a bad packet where the flavor is not quite there or it tastes a little off, normally from those multipacks, and that is becoming more frequent now.

        When you get a good packet though you get that slightly sour and slightly chilli taste, that sets off the back of the tongue. I don't think they put in as much as they used to but i could be mistaken, i normally need a few packets to keep me satisfied. These go quite well with some apple juice, as that cleanses the pallet very well, and you get the full effect of the flavor. Another flavor that comes close is tomato ketchup, but i prefer the one that Sea-crest make as the Walkers one as become a little bland.

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        27.09.2010 15:11
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        best flavour around!

        Now being a huge fan of Worcester Sauce crisps I was quite gutted when a few years ago Walkers stopped making them for some reason, so when I heard they were coming back I was over the moon!

        They normally come in a standard 34.5g bag but I have often found the larger grab bags and service stations when I normally stock up and they don't appear very often!

        The bag of crisps come in a foil packet which is easily opened, but can be quite noisy so best not to have a packet in a cimena where you have a good chance of annoying the people around you. There are no artificial preservatives or colours and there is about 179 calories in a pack which isn't too bad compared to a chocolate bar!

        The flavour is to die for! I normally find the crisps with the most dark dots in tend to be stronger in flavour but have been dissapointed before when I have jad a bag and there hasn't been much flavour at all. I have tried to pour some extra worcester sauce in the packet before to see if it gave them an extra kick but it wasn't the same so I wouldn't recommend doing that. The crisps to have a slight kick to them anyway so I think you will either love them or hate them, but I just can't get enough of them!

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        05.06.2010 00:05
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        Buy them!

        Walkers Worcester Sauce flavour crisps are simply the best. Worcester Sauce flavour crisps are one of my favourites, depending on what is in the butty you're eating it with!

        The Packaging

        The packets are a rich purple colour. The Walkers logo is displayed clearly covering the top half of the front of the packet. Underneath this is the flavour: Worcester Sauce. Beneath this is a clear and clever picture of half a potato developing into slices of potato and ending in a pile of crisps. The calories, sugar, fat, saturates and salt values are listed clearly at the bottom, these vary depending on the size of the packet. Multi pack packets are 25g as usual; the individually sold bags are larger coming in at 34.5g.

        Cost and Availability.

        The cost of the multi packs vary depending on the quantity within the pack. The 24 pack multi packs are between 3.50 and 4, depending on where you shop. I tend to buy in bulk when they're on offer which they are quite often. Walkers crisps are probably available in 99% of shops that stock crisps.

        The Product

        When you bite into a Walkers Worcester sauce crisp the resulting effect of hotness and tangy flavour is brilliant. They go brilliantly with egg mayonnaise buttys. This is the best flavour and, I think I'm right in saying, only produced by walkers.

        The crisps are delicious and crispy, walkers are one of the major players in the crisps market, and some would say the best. My tastes waver about what the best crisps are depending on my mood and what I'm eating them with.

        Conclusion

        Definitely the best flavour, if you haven't tried it before you're missing out!

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        30.05.2010 22:19
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        Owww...... My Tongue Is STILL Sore!!!

        These Worcester Sauce crisps came in a multipack that I brought the other day and I only had a bag because I saw the weird purple colour and couldn't remember if I'd ever had that flavour before. As soon as I opened them I remembered that I had because they don't taste anything like Worcester sauce and are a bit boring tasting I think!

        They are standard Walkers crisps so have got a wickedly crispy texture, they are quite thin and not cut into massive sized crisps. Most of the ones in the bag I had was broken anyway but I don't think you can blame Walkers for that! lol

        They've got a weird pickley smell when you first open the bag and smell majorly salty to me. To get a strongish taste of Worcester sauce you need to put quite a few crisps in your mouth at one time, but then the flavour that comes through is proper weird! I don't know why I started writing this review because there's NO WAY I can describe what these crisps taste like apart from them being the strangest crisps EVER!

        The more you eat the stronger the taste gets and I swear under the Worcester sauce flavour there is the taste of Walkers Pickled Onion crisps! They've got that sort of tangy flavour that cops you in the back of your throat but at least they don't make your eyes water like the pickled onion ones do.

        When I finished the bag my tongue was a bit sore feeling and that's mad because as you're eating the crisps it doesn't taste like there's THAT much flavour in them for them to be sour like that.

        I don't know if I recommend these or not because they don't taste DISGUSTING or anything like that but they're just weird and not the sort of flavour I like. My sister LOVES them and reckons all her mates do at school as well so I think they must be one of them flavours that you've got to be a kid to like! lol

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          26.05.2010 14:39
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          Give them a try

          Walkers are Britain's most recognised brand of crisps with the name being around for years, you'll not find a supermarket that doesn't stock Walkers crisps.

          To be honest, I'm not keen on Walkers flavours so I usually opt for the ready salted variety but today I spotted a packet of Worcester Sauce flavour and grabbed them instead. For some reason they took this flavour off the shelves a few years ago and they are very hard to find even in large supermarkets. They occasionally crop up in multi packs on the shelves and prove to be a pretty popular flavour with the country.

          The packaging is a very attractive purple colour with the instantly recognisable large Walkers logo on the front. It conatins all the nutritional information on the back and uses the units in comparison with the packet size which is useful as some companies only display in 100g terms.

          It is hard to describe the taste of these, as soon as you eat one you get hit with an acidic vinegar taste which then blends away into a really pleasent flavour with more depth to it. They do taste like Worcester sauce though which is a good achievement as most crisp flavours don't really resemble what they should!

          The individual bags are 34.5g and these packets are filled with 80g of C02 gas to preserve the product's crispyness. They are suitable for vegetarians and contain no artificial colours or preservatives. The crisps are cooked in sunseed sunflower oils which is naturally lower in saturated fat than other cooking oils.

          Per bag they contain 179 calories so although this isn't too high you wouldn't want to eat too many bags or make them a regular addition to your daily diet.

          I would recommend this flavour though as it does taste like you'd expect and it's a really nice flavour from Walkers that seems to be hard to track down! If you see a bag, give them a go.

          Thanks for reading!

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            17.03.2010 16:37
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            I like them

            Walkers crisps are the best known crisp manufacturer in the UK, they are best known for their salt and vinegar, cheese and onion, ready salted flavours but they do make other slightly less well known crisp flavours such as barbecue and worcester sauce.

            Worcester sauce

            Worcester sauce is a condiment which is fermented pilchards, they are processed over a year and produce a black slightly thick sauce perfect for addition to cooking meat or being placed on cheese on toast. Worcester sauce is made by Lee and Perrin and is a British classic.

            Worcester sauce crisps

            Worcester sauce flavoured crisps are in purple coated packs and tend to be released for short periods before being retired for a while. I think it's safe to say that they aren't the most popular and rather need to be pushed as an occassional product. The production values and quality are always very high as with all Walkers crisps, they come in 62g bags costing about 65p.

            Flavour

            Worcester sauce as a condiment as a taste is rather acquired rather than universally popular, it's salty, sour and vinegary all in one and the combination can be too much for the taste buds. Walkers worcester sauce flavoured crisps are in the same vein, they are strongly flavoured and stay close to the original flavour of the condiment. Personally for the taste test they always remind me slightly of an acidic version of prawn cocktail. They have a strong tangy flavour, are a bit eye watering with the punch from the vinegar and definitely let the eater know they are around.

            I like them rather than love them, they don't have the groudswell of support of Walkers more traditional flavour but as an occassional treat they are really nice.

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              10.03.2010 17:53
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              great snack

              I have to admit that my favourite brand of crisps is Walkers, I usually stick to my normal choice of salt and vinegar and prawn cocktail, but today decide to try the Worcester sauce ones.

              I cannot ever recall having Worcester sauce before so cannot tell you if they actually taste like it, but the flavour is really tasty and has a real kick to it.

              It's a kind of mix between spices and lemon but is also sweet at the same time, the crisps themselves are the same usual standard you would expect from Walkers, cooked to perfection and very high quality.

              I wouldn't say I like these as much as my favourites but they are still very nice.

              Obviously crisps are not very healthy in general but I feel that in moderation they can make a great snack or addition to your lunch.

              My son really enjoys these crisps too, they have a real burst of flavour which is great as you are not compromising taste because of the calorie intake.

              Nutritional Information per pack

              Calories 130 (7% of the recommended daily allowance)
              Sugar 0.4g (1% of the recommended daily allowance)
              Fat 8.2g (12% of the recommended daily allowance)
              Salt 0.32g (5% of the recommended daily allowance)

              Ingredients include potatoes, sunflower oil and Worcester sauce seasoning. This product is suitable for vegetarians and contains no artificial colouring or preservatives.

              Overall I would give this product 5/5 because they have a great taste and quality ingredients are used. You can buy this product in most supermarkets and smaller shops for approximately 45p per pack, alternatively you can find them in the walkers multipacks.

              To find out more about the walkers ranges you can visit their website www.walkers.co.uk.

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                13.01.2010 17:37
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                A great, little-known flavour from Walkers

                Worcester Sauce is probably the most esoteric and little known of the major Walkers crisps flavours. A lot of shops don't stock it because its name makes it somewhat alienating, as it doesn't tell you anything at all really about the taste. However, if you take the plunge and give them a go, you won't be sorry! They went out of circulation for a while, perhaps to strike up that esoteric novelty factor once again, but thankfully they are now back in the strange but lovely tasting glory!

                The taste, however, is very difficult to describe, and I hadn't actually had worcester sauce before I had my first packet. Having had it since, though, I must say that they've done an excellent job recreating the taste, which is probably best described as "tangy", with a hint of meatiness and even a little tomato. That said, it is quite a strong, overpowering taste that jumps down your throat to an extent, and I can see why many are put off by the rich, perhaps over-rich aroma that presents itself when the pack is opened. Still, if you enjoy the sauce, this will be a delight to you, and if you enjoy tangy food in general this is a Godsend!

                That said, they aren't exactly healthy for you, and despite Walkers insisting that they take measures to make their crisps better for you, these are still drenched in fat moreso than most other crisps, setting you back 8g of fat per bag, which is all the more dangerous when they're so gorgeously addictive!

                I do buy worcester sauce flavour more than the others purely because I don't want them to disappear from our shelves again, and want to help make it clear that the flavour is wanted by many! It isn't as much of an "instutitional" food as perhaps Ready Salted, but it has its own unique kick for sure.

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                14.10.2009 08:21
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                Walkers Worcestershire Sauce

                I've tried this flavour in the Golden Wonder Wheat Crunchies range before but never in the Walkers range so here goes....


                Packaging.

                The front of the multipack bag is predominantly red and brown with the usual Walkers logo and various bands of colour telling you that it contains:-

                4 x BBQ Rib
                4 x Prawn Cocktail
                4 x Worcester Sauce
                4 x Salt and Vinegar
                5 x Ready Salted
                5 x Cheese and Onion.

                The back of the bag contains the usual lists of ingredients and nutritional information for each of the flavours and a blurb about the spuds used for the crisps.

                The Worcester Sauce flavour itself comes in a navy blue bag and has the usual ingredients and nutritional information printed on the back of the bag as well.

                You can also visit Walkers at:- www.walkers-baked.co.uk


                Nutritional Information per 25g bag {per 100g in brackets}

                Energy kJ: 542kJ {2167kJ}
                kcal: 130kcal {520kcal}
                Protein: 1.5g {6.0g}
                Carbohydrate: 12.6g {50.3g}
                of which sugars: 0.4g {1.5g}
                Fat: 8.2g {32.7g}
                (of which saturates): 0.6g {2.5g}
                (of which mono-unsaturates): 6.7g {26.6g}
                (of which polyunsaturates): 0.5g {2.1g}
                Fibre: 1.0g {4.1g}
                Sodium: 0.13g {0.50g}
                Equivalent as salt: 0.32g {1.27g}

                Allergy advice. These are suitable for vegetarians.
                These crisps contain no MSG, no preservatives and no artificial colours


                Ingredients:

                Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (33%), Worcester Sauce Seasoning {Wheat, Breadcrumbs, Salt, Flavouring, Sugar, Barley Malt Vinegar, Mustard Oil, Citric Acid, Dried Onion, Dried Garlic, Fructose, Coriander, Cardomom, Ground Black Pepper, Ginger, Clove, Chilli, Rosemary, Allspice, Sage}


                Price:

                At the time of writing Morrisons are charging £2.68 for a multipack containing 26 bags of crisps.


                Taste & Opinion:



                On opening the bag the first thing that you notice is the strong aroma coming from the crisps. They smell fairly similar to the Worcester Sauce flavour in the Wheat Crunchies range but the smell with the Walkers version is possibly a little stronger.



                Colourwise these are a nice golden yellow. They're not as pale as the Ready Salted for example but nor as they as orange as flavours like Prawn Cocktail. If you look closely you can see the odd black fleck on most of the crisps.



                Tastewise, these are quite similar to the Prawn Cocktail flavour in the sense that they have a strong distinctive taste. They're not like the Steak and Onion which are a bit nondescript and could be almost any meaty flavour that you care to name. They have a nice tangy edge to them, although I'm not sure how many packets of them I could actually eat in one sitting without starting to fill ill or bored of them. I've never tasted "proper" Worcester Sauce so I've no idea whether these taste anything like the genuine article but they are pretty much the same as the Wheat Crunchies ones although these are perhaps a little bit tangier.



                As with the rest of the regular Walkers range these crisps are pleasantly crunchy, not too hard that they're uncomfortable to eat and not so soft that they melt as soon as you put them into your mouth. They're a decent size although perhaps fans of the flavour would prefer it if there were more of them in the packet as the "eating experience" seems to be over a little too quickly. If you're not a fan of tangy things or if you don't like things that are strongly flavoured then I'd recommend that you avoid these.


                In terms of fat content then, these tie with the Prawn Cocktail and Roast Chicken flavours, all being 1.4% behind Walkers brand leader, Ready Salted.


                Crisps ranked in order of fat content:-

                01) Golden Wonder Nik Naks (Rib 'n' Saucy Flavour): 38.3%
                02) Frisps (Ready Salted Flavour): 35.1%
                03) Walker (Ready Salted): 34.1%
                04) Frisps (Cheese 'n' Onion Flavour): 34.0%
                05) Frisps (Salt 'n' Vinegar Flavour): 33.9%

                06) Walkers (Salt and Vinegar Flavour): 33.1%
                07=) Walkers (Cheese and Onion Flavour): 33.0%
                07=) Walkers (Steak and Onion Flavour): 33.0%
                09=) Walkers (Prawn Cocktail Flavour): 32.7%
                09=) Walkers (Roast Chicken Flavour): 32.7%

                09=) Walkers (Worcester Sauce Flavour): 32.7%
                12=) Walkers (BBQ Rib): 32.6%
                12=) Walkers (Smoky Bacon Flavour): 32.6%
                14=) Pringles Extreme (Smokin' Ribs Flavour): 32.0%
                14=) Pringles (Hot & Spicy Flavour): 32.0%

                16) Quavers (Prawn Cocktail Flavour): 31.0%
                17) McCoys (Flame Grilled Steak Flavour): 30.7%
                18) McCoys (Roast Ham and Mustard Flavour): 30.6%
                19) McCoys (Thai Sweet Chicken Flavour): 30.3%
                20=) Quavers (Cheese Flavour): 30.0%

                20=) Quavers (Salt 'n' Vinegar Flavour): 30/0%
                22) KP Discos (Salt 'n' Vinegar Flavour): 29.6%
                23) KP Skips (Prawn Cocktail Flavour): 29.5%
                24) Hula Hoops (Roast Chicken Flavour): 28.6g
                25) Hula Hoops (Barbecue Beef Flavour): 28.5g

                26 Hula Hoops (Original Flavour): 28.4g
                27) Golden Wonder Wheat Crunchies (Crispy Bacon flavour): 25.1%
                27) Golden Wonder Wheat Crunchies (Worcester Sauce flavour): 25.1%
                29=) Golden Wonder Wheat Crunchies (Spicy Tomato flavour): 25.0%
                29=) Monster Munch (Pickled Onion Flavour): 25.0%

                31=) Smith's Chipsticks: 23.0%
                31=) Smith's Frazzles: 23.0%
                33) Space Raiders: 22.8%
                34) Red Sky (Anglesey Sea Salt flavour): 21.8%
                35) Red Sky (West Country Bacon & Cream Cheese flavour): 20.9%


                36) Sainsbury's Bacon Crispies (20.6%)
                37) Walkers Squares (Salt and Vinegar flavour): 18.0%
                38) Walkers French Fries (Ready Salted / Cheese and Onion / Salt and Vinegar flavours): 16.0%
                39) Walker Baked (Sour Cream and Chive flavour): 8.7%
                40) Walkers Baked (Bacon and Cheddar flavour): 8.5%

                41) Walkers Baked (Cheese and Onion flavour): 8.3%
                42) Walkers Baked (Salt and Vinegar flavour): 8.1%
                43) Ryvita Limbos (Salt and Vinegar flavour): 1.9%

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                  13.07.2009 16:54

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                  The best crisp of all time

                  Walkers Worcester sauce crisps were my favourate crips of all time and then they one day just disapeared off the shelves. This really disapointed id always say when i went shopping why dont they bring back Worcester sauce flavour they were the best. Then one day my dream came true haha they were just there sat on the shelf walkers finaly realised there mistake and brought them back with a cheeky little statement saying ITS BACK on it. They should never have had to bring it back they shouldnt have took it away in the first place.

                  Worcester sauce crips are my favourate flavor or crisp i really enjoy one or two packs every now and again i dont know what it is about them the are just so delicious yet some people hate them i guess its a love hate thing with these and i can say i am a lover

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                  Highly Recommended.

                  I must be walking around with a blindfold on when we go round Tescos sometimes I reckon because I always seem to be the last person to notice new products! In this case, it's actually a return of an old favourite, Walkers Worcester Sauce Crisps. I used to really love these the last time round and was gutted when they disappeared. But now the good news it that they're back, they've got the same lower fat content as the rest of the improved Walkers range, but they taste just like the old favourites I've been missing all this time!

                  They cost me just under £1 for a multipack of six packets as I got them on offer from Tesco, four packs of six for £3. You can get them individually too I've noticed from shops if you prefer just one packet.

                  The taste of these is nothing like any other flavour I know. It really is very strongly worcester sauce and it's really sweet and tangy at the same time. Like most Walkers crisps, they don't spare the flavouring here and every crisp is a good strong taste experience.

                  If you like sweet and tangy things, even if you're not too sure about Worcester sauce in general, I really recommend giving these a go. I absolutely love these and I don't many people who don't at least like them. And of course, being made by Walkers, you can expect top quality crisps every time.

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                    07.02.2009 17:28
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                    A good Walkers flavour of crisps

                    Worcester Sauce crisps are still regarded as somewhat of a novelty. They are a very popular flavour, and after being discontinued for a while, they were reintroduced following popular demand, much like the Wispa chocolate bar. Walkers' Worcester Sauce crisps are among the best, as Walkers have pretty much ruled the market for a number of years at a consistent level of quality.

                    Nutritionally, Walkers boast using sunseed oil to cook their crisps in. This is lower in saturates than other traditional oils used for crisp cooking. However, this only reduces the levels of saturates you are likely to see. A 25g packet of these crisps will give you 131 calories, with over 12g of carbs and 8g of fat. Essentially, I would suggest that if you are looking for any sort of controlled diet or are attempting to lose weight, then your best bet is to not even bother with crisps at all as opposed to looking for a packet that will help your diet.

                    The packet of Worcester Sauce crisps I have here came as part of a 26 packet bag of mixed flavours. It was on offer for £2.49, which makes each 25g packet of crisps just under 10p. This is very good value indeed. I like the idea of Worcester Sauce crisps. Even now, if I have a different flavour packet of crisps, I will often sprinkle some Worcester Sauce on them anyway, as I like the combination this gives. It goes particularly well with Cheese & Onion crisps. In fct, I would like to see crisps have a tiny sachet of Worcester Sauce in with them. I'd buy them!

                    I recommend these crisps. They do have a bit of novelty factor, and whether you like them or not will depend on whether you like Worcester Sauce itself or not, as the crisps do completely taste of the sauce. It is a good flavour of crisps, and one I recommend.

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                      Delicious flavour of crisps.

                      I quite enjoy crisps when I sit down at night with a good movie or my favourite TV show but I get quickly bored with the mundane flavours like salt and vinegar and cheese and onion.

                      One of my favourite flavours at the moment is Worcester sauce and nobody does this flavour better than Walkers.

                      Walker's crisps are loved by many and they have been for years since they started making crisps way back in the 40`s. Walkers Worcester Sauce have a very strong flavouring that gives the tongue a nice little nip just as Worcester sauce should.

                      Like all other Walker`s crisps they are very crisp and as they are made using sunseed oil they are also slightly better for you than some other crisps, unfortunately not that much better for you that you can freely enjoy them as much as you might like to.

                      Nutritional Info for a standard pack

                      Energy 131kcal
                      Carbohydrate 12.5g
                      Fat 8.3g

                      A standard pack will cost you somewhere around 45p but will vary depending where you buy them. These crisps can also be found in larger packets costing around 65p or in multi packs along with other flavours.

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                      05.01.2009 12:41
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                      A lovely bag of crisps

                      Now I'm quite partial to a bag of crisps now and again but if you've read my review on Walkers Salt and Vinegar crisps you will realise that more often than not all of the decent crisp flavours quickly vanish from the crisp draw before I even get a whiff of them. So when my mum opened a new multitask of crisps this morning I made certain that a grabbed a bag that I wanted rather than simply a bag that was left. The bag I chose was Walkers Worcester Sauce crisps.

                      Walkers have been producing crisps since 1948 are a well-known and well-loved brand. They produce numerous flavours including Cheese & Onion, Ready Salted, Smoky Bacon, Salt and Vinegar and Beef & Onion as well as many, many more.

                      The packet for the Worcester Sauce crisps is a deep purple in colour and quite eye-catching. It has a picture of the crisps on the front of the packet as well as the iconic walker's logo and the words Worcester Sauce, which are written in gold. The front also clearly tells me that the crisps are made using Sunseed Oil.

                      The back of the packet then contains a list of ingredients and the nutritional values for the crisps, which I have reproduced below.
                      Energy 131kcal
                      Protein 1.6g
                      Carbohydrate 12.5g
                      of which sugars 0.1g
                      Fat 8.3g
                      of which saturates 0.7
                      Fibre 1.0g
                      Sodium 0.2g
                      equivalent as salt 0.6g

                      The crisps themselves have a gorgeous smell when the packet is opened. It is quite sharp and relatively tangy as well as being extremely distinct. Distinct however in a way I just can't describe. Looking at the crisps inside the packet they are a variety of shapes, some small, some large others in-between but they are all a lovely golden colour, which is always nice to see.

                      The taste of the crisps is also rather like the smell, something I can't quite place but what I can tell you is that it is delicious. I suppose they taste like Worcester Sauce but never having personally eaten the stuff I can neither say yay nor nay to this so all I say is that the crisps have a definite tangy kick. The taste is also quite sharp at times and may therefore not suit some people, as it can seem a little overpowering at times. Personally however I really like the taste and will certainly be doing my very best to grab another bag of these at some point. Maybe I should stake out the crisp drawer or something.

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                      The simple taste of a potato, baked and flavoured with Britain's best selling export condiment: Worcester!