Crisps - Whats your favourite flavour ?

#1
Thought I would start a thread on Crisps. These Tayto Cheese & Onion crisps should have 3 Michelin Stars. I actually know a few lads who had worked at the Tatyo factory in Tandragee. I asked them why the odd packet is uber strong and the taste of them would make your toenails curl. I was advised that for a laugh on a Friday afternoon they would put in double or even triple the amount of onion powder. They import it direct from Egypt. Every squaddie who ever served over here from the mainland had to agree that Norn Iron crisps were far superior to anything produced across the water. So go on post a picture and narrative of what are your favourite flavour crisps (or potato chips for our Colonial Cousins in North America).....
 
#2
I am sure the lard arrse section of arrse with be able supply you with copious amount of crisp stories...my favorite is nikki louders ear

Mong spelling!! I know :oops:
 

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#6
cypherman said:
I think sje is lovely! Can we have some crisps flavoured like her?
 
#8
Killaloe said:
I agree and if Carlsberg made crisps they would try and buy into Tayto.

Tayto also make the crisps for Sainsburys (according to the tour guide) and more recently Pringles Minis.
 
#9
Seabrooks, Spring Onion flavour. A taste of heaven.
 
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#12
BarkingSpider said:
Seabrooks.



edit: GB you barsteward, you beat me to it. :twisted:
Apologies BS, there they are - top right.
 
#15
Tayto are the best crisps in the world. When I was in the slime , my aunt used to send me over a box of tayto on my birthday. Within 2 minutes of getting them all the norn irish blokes would come a sniffing for a bag. Good times :D
 
#18
just finished a pack of McCoys extreme Madras flavour; excellent - along with the other "extreme" flavours, paprika & chilli.

Never seen "Tayto" or "Seabrook" - I take it they don't do them in the supermarket chains (I live in Hampshire) but wouldn't mind some - if someone could point me in the right direction...
 
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#19
Killaloe said:
Thought I would start a thread on Crisps. These Tayto Cheese & Onion crisps should have 3 Michelin Stars. I actually know a few lads who had worked at the Tatyo factory in Tandragee. I asked them why the odd packet is uber strong and the taste of them would make your toenails curl. I was advised that for a laugh on a Friday afternoon they would put in double or even triple the amount of onion powder. They import it direct from Egypt. Every squaddie who ever served over here from the mainland had to agree that Norn Iron crisps were far superior to anything produced across the water. So go on post a picture and narrative of what are your favourite flavour crisps (or potato chips for our Colonial Cousins in North America).....
You lot are weened on Tayto Crisps. Mind you, they are good. Better than most of the dross we get this side of the water.
 
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#20
mac1 said:
just finished a pack of McCoys extreme Madras flavour; excellent - along with the other "extreme" flavours, paprika & chilli.

Never seen "Tayto" or "Seabrook" - I take it they don't do them in the supermarket chains (I live in Hampshire) but wouldn't mind some - if someone could point me in the right direction...
'Seabrook'? Is that the stuff you that's only ever seen in death packs and guard room night rations?
 
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