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We tried these crisps a couple of weeks ago, which we bought in ASDA. As it says on the packet, they are great with beer. We also tried some of the Marks and Spencer range they brought out for Christmas, they all tasted the same despite the wonderful descriptions on the bags. What crisps do you like/recommend?  Feel free to include tortilla chips.

 

 

 

 

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superjack

Brannigans roast beef and mustard, the ultimate crisps.

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Jeff

Pickled Onion Monster Munch wins

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jambo89
5 minutes ago, superjack said:

Brannigans roast beef and mustard, the ultimate crisps.

Prefer the roast ham and pickle but is hard to argue with this!

 

personally I like McCoys Thai sweet chilli but understand why Superjack has won this thread already! 

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doctor jambo

M&S - Sour cream and jalapeno

 

Monster Munch - Flamin hot

 

Discos- Salt and Vinegar

 

Hula Hoops- Beef

Walkers - Pickled onion or Worcester Sauce

 

Frisps are all magical when you can get them

 

Squares - salt and vinegar

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Statts1976uk

Mackies - Cheese and Onion!

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BarneyBattles

The doc has pretty much nailed but I’ll add pickled onion space raiders. Not had them for years mind you. 

 

Roysters were a favourite pub snack. 

 

Incidentally ready salted crisps on a roll with strawberry jam is awesome although I suspect I’ll be labelled a deviant for disclosing this sordid little secret. 

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Yoda

I bought those Walkers Brussel Sprout ones and are they are truly disgusting.

I really like sprouts but the crisps are rotten.

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doctor jambo

Oh- and Scampi Fries and Bacon Fries- WELL worth a trip to Poundland to source these, and such other hard to source delights such as

Brannigans

Tangy Toms

Frisps

Nik-Naks

Salt 'N'Shake

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neilnunb
11 minutes ago, Jeff said:

Pickled Onion Monster Munch wins

 

This. Every time.

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Harry Potter

Love them to bits.

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doctor jambo

I really miss Cheese and Tomato  Puffs

 

And Crispy Bacon Piglets

 

- the childhood favourites sadly consigned to history

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graygo
19 minutes ago, doctor jambo said:

M&S - Sour cream and jalapeno

 

Monster Munch - Flamin hot

 

Discos- Salt and Vinegar

 

Hula Hoops- Beef

Walkers - Pickled onion or Worcester Sauce

 

Frisps are all magical when you can get them

 

Squares - salt and vinegar

 

The Range stock them.

 

My personal favourite is more a baked snack than a crisp but those Jacobs Cracker Crisps are the dug's danglies.

 

 

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Lemongrab
30 minutes ago, Morgan said:

We tried these crisps a couple of weeks ago, which we bought in ASDA. As it says on the packet, they are great with beer. We also tried some of the Marks and Spencer range they brought out for Christmas, they all tasted the same despite the wonderful descriptions on the bags. What crisps do you like/recommend?  Feel free to include tortilla chips.

 

 

 

 

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I like those, but find them just a wee bit on the hot side.  I find the Hot Chicken Wing version, a notch down on the heat scale, far more enjoyable.

 

 

These are my favourite crisps of all time. They're made by Golden Wonder and sadly and strangely, in Scotland you only seem to get them in Dumfries & Galloway.

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Carl Fredrickson
47 minutes ago, Morgan said:

We tried these crisps a couple of weeks ago, which we bought in ASDA. As it says on the packet, they are great with beer. We also tried some of the Marks and Spencer range they brought out for Christmas, they all tasted the same despite the wonderful descriptions on the bags. What crisps do you like/recommend?  Feel free to include tortilla chips.

 

 

 

 

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I live crisps and that is one of the reasons I am a fatty. 

 

I love the Max Strong ones - the Jalapeno ones have a decent kick Did you try the fiery chicken wings ones? Probably my favourite crisp of all time. 

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doctor jambo
49 minutes ago, Morgan said:

We tried these crisps a couple of weeks ago, which we bought in ASDA. As it says on the packet, they are great with beer. We also tried some of the Marks and Spencer range they brought out for Christmas, they all tasted the same despite the wonderful descriptions on the bags. What crisps do you like/recommend?  Feel free to include tortilla chips.

 

 

 

 

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Living in France you can access 2 of my all time favourite crisps

 

 

Peppi's- both Paprika and pizza flavour- the stuff of legend. Even the Bacon ones were good- but the Pizza ones were amazing!

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Dagger Is Back
31 minutes ago, BarneyBattles said:

The doc has pretty much nailed but I’ll add pickled onion space raiders. Not had them for years mind you. 

 

Roysters were a favourite pub snack. 

 

Incidentally ready salted crisps on a roll with strawberry jam is awesome although I suspect I’ll be labelled a deviant for disclosing this sordid little secret. 

 

Deviant! But I'm going to try it tomorrow

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Dagger Is Back

Sour Cream & Chive US Pretsels

Tomato flavour Pringles

BBQ Pringles - my go too snack

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The Real Maroonblood
45 minutes ago, superjack said:

Brannigans roast beef and mustard, the ultimate crisps.

Years since I’ve had them as you say ultimate.

Where can you get them?

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Dagger Is Back
13 minutes ago, graygo said:

 

The Range stock them.

 

My personal favourite is more a baked snack than a crisp but those Jacobs Cracker Crisps are the dug's danglies.

 

 

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Actually I like these too especially the BBQ ones

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doctor jambo
2 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Years since I’ve had them as you say ultimate.

Where can you get them?

Poundland

6 bags for a quid

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Carl Fredrickson
2 minutes ago, The Real Maroonblood said:

Years since I’ve had them as you say ultimate.

Where can you get them?

 

I go to Farmfoods solely for the crisps they sell. Branigans and Scampi Fries. 

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whodanny

Co-op Sea salt and Chardonnay white wine vinegar. These are the dogs doodahs !!

 

Image result for co op chardonnay vinegar crisps

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hughesie27

Doritos Chilli Heatwave.

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The Real Maroonblood
7 minutes ago, doctor jambo said:

Poundland

6 bags for a quid

Are they not finished?

7 minutes ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

I go to Farmfoods solely for the crisps they sell. Branigans and Scampi Fries. 

Thanks.

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Morgan
30 minutes ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

I live crisps and that is one of the reasons I am a fatty. 

 

I love the Max Strong ones - the Jalapeno ones have a decent kick Did you try the fiery chicken wings ones? Probably my favourite crisp of all time. 

No Carl, never saw these or I would have tried.

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Carl Fredrickson
5 minutes ago, Morgan said:

No Carl, never saw these or I would have tried.

 

Asda sell then so if you are over or have folks coming over - ask them to bring some. You will thank me for it!

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been here before

Golden Wonder Cheese and Ingin.

 

With a mention for M&S own brand wotsits.

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IronJambo

Frazzles

Marks and Spencers salt and vinegar twirls

Spicy Monster Munch

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martoon

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So vinegary it hurts. Love them. 

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Morgan

We also tried these last April when we were over. Got them in Waitrose, I think.

 

Recommended by the sister-in-law who is a bloater, so we reckoned she must have known what she was talking about.

 

Wrong!  Like her, they were bland.

 

And triangle shaped.

 

 

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Morgan
10 minutes ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

Asda sell then so if you are over or have folks coming over - ask them to bring some. You will thank me for it!

Yes, we got the jalapeño and cheese ones in ASDA at Chesser, a couple of weeks ago.

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Morgan
11 minutes ago, been here before said:

Golden Wonder Cheese and Ingin.

 

With a mention for M&S own brand wotsits.

My wifes' all time favourite crisp.

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Ray Gin
1 hour ago, Morgan said:

We tried these crisps a couple of weeks ago, which we bought in ASDA. As it says on the packet, they are great with beer. We also tried some of the Marks and Spencer range they brought out for Christmas, they all tasted the same despite the wonderful descriptions on the bags. What crisps do you like/recommend?  Feel free to include tortilla chips.

 

 

 

 

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Good choice.

 

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martoon

Like these too. 

 

 

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Hood09

1 defo brannigans roast beef and mustard

 

2 sea salt and white wine vinegar Chardonnay from co-op

 

3 roysters t bone steak flavour 

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Jambojay84

Popchips bbq or buffalo ranch are quality 👍

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neilnunb
7 minutes ago, Jambojay84 said:

Popchips bbq or buffalo ranch are quality 👍

 

Yep, love the Popchips range. Also the Yushoi stuff.

 

 

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Homme

Salt n Vinegar Discos

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Jambojay84
Just now, neilnunb said:

 

Yep, love the Popchips range. Also the Yushoi stuff.

 

 

Never had Yushoi before but a wee google and they look tasty, shall grab a bag tomorrow and report back 

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Samuel Camazzola
2 hours ago, Statts1976uk said:

Mackies - Cheese and Onion!

This guy kens! 

 

I can't decide between the above, salt and vinegar or tangy tomato as a favourite so just have a cocktail of the three. 

 

Mackie's make the best crisps at the moment. 

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Morgan

Lidl used to do a chipstick called Inferno, I think.  Do they still sell this?

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Morgan
2 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

This guy kens! 

 

I can't decide between the above, salt and vinegar or tangy tomato as a favourite so just have a cocktail of the three. 

 

Mackie's make the best crisps at the moment. 

Is that who makes the Haggis flavored crisp?

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Homme

Oh and Seabrook Worcester Sauce could be the greatest crisps on the planet.

 

Local pub used to have them, now I can't find them anywhere.

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Cade

Brannigan's roast beef and mustard are the best crisps ever made.

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Dino Velvet
1 hour ago, Lemongrab said:

I like those, but find them just a wee bit on the hot side.  I find the Hot Chicken Wing version, a notch down on the heat scale, far more enjoyable.

 

 

These are my favourite crisps of all time. They're made by Golden Wonder and sadly and strangely, in Scotland you only seem to get them in Dumfries & Galloway.

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I was in Dumfries today and saw these in a fair few shop windows being sold in bulk. 

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Samuel Camazzola
14 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Is that who makes the Haggis flavored crisp?

I've  not had that flavour so I'd need to check that out. 

 

I'm sure they are the same company who produce ice cream based near Perth. 

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jb102

There used to be blue cheese flavour crisps in the Diggers. My all time favourite. 

I remember a packet and a pint of heavy was a Quid. 

Or one pounds. 

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Morgan
2 minutes ago, jb102 said:

There used to be blue cheese flavour crisps in the Diggers. My all time favourite. 

I remember a packet and a pint of heavy was a Quid. 

Or one pounds. 

:isee: 

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