Co-Op Hand Cooked Sea Salt & Chardonnay Wine Vinegar Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
40g 194 9.6g 1.1g 1.1g 1.7g
Flavour colour coded bags, a smattering of Crisps, an ingredients identifier, a big descriptive box etc., blah, blah. Standard and dull stuff.
For supermarket own brand Crisps, these were very good. The mulch from hardness to crispy mush was at a good and steady pace.
These were very curly and bendy, as is often found with Hand Cooked Crisps. They were fairly muted in colour, as is also expected with Salt & Vinegar flavours. There were also a plentiful supply of oil blisters.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed a very good representation of Salt & Vinegar. However, we must take issue with the flavour description: While there was a slightly sweet Vinegar, to differentiate between varieties of White wine grape requires a good imagination. Having said that, there was an excellent balance between both Salt and Vinegar, it’s just a shame that modern marketing dictates ‘fancy’ flavour descriptions because as a basic Salt & Vinegar, these were as good as the best in their field.