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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Quote Originally Posted by BertRoot View Post
    I picked some up from Coop earlier on. Touted as a crunch tortilla roll with a ham and chutney seasoning and a catchy Roast Ham and Boxing Day Chutney title. Look like a tortilla brandy snap but not tried them yet.
    Will keep an eye out for them. Also grab a bag of the Tortilla ones with Cacao nibs in them. Really crunchy and really good.

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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Don't bother with the things I mentioned above. Good texture but seriously lacking in flavour. Fucked up there Coop.

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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Picked up a bag of Morrisons Jalapeno & Cheddar Tortilla rolls today. Yet to try em. On a special as its a flavour they don't normally do.

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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    you guys have it good in the UK, out here in Chinar they're still learning what crisps should taste like.

    Lays (aka Walkers) have a range here which include Yogurt, Cucumber, Squid, Italian 'meat', American style (which is just plain but not salty enough), Durian, Honey, seaweed and a few non specific ones like 'numb and spicy'. There was a limited run of Coca Cola fried Chicken wing flavour a few years ago. Apparently cooking chicken wings in coke is a thing.

    Only recently have Doritos appeared in domestic supermarkets and I think I saw a Cheese and something Lays last week. How on earth can you not include Cheese and onion in a crisp range?
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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Anyone else for T-Bone Steak Roysters?

    Damn tasty....

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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Not had them Flumps but am currently loving the Bacon and Maple Syrup Kettle Chips.


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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Quote Originally Posted by flumperino View Post
    Anyone else for T-Bone Steak Roysters?

    Damn tasty....
    Yeah and itís odd as the only place I seem to find them now are places like Poundland!


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    Default Re: What are your three favourite types of crisps?

    Quote Originally Posted by flumperino View Post
    Anyone else for T-Bone Steak Roysters?

    Damn tasty....
    Yeah I do like em but feel I shouldnt as they are reformed (basically made from smash) but I do dabble from time to time.
    As Jaygo says they always are in poundland so I grab a Brannigans Roast Beef & Mustard at the same time.
    Cant get enough of them but 1 bag is never enough. Why do no other makes consistantly produce a mustard variety ???

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