Glens of Antrim Hand Cooked Crisps Sweet Chilli Sriracha
These were really weird. They had a great taste, but were completely misnamed. There was a sweet spiciness, so that’s great, but Chilli and Sriracha may have influenced the flavouring but the provided a unique and complex taste. It took a while but I eventually recalled the taste – Burt’s Firecracker Lobster. This did not detract from the taste. As I said they were good, but well, I suppose the aforementioned word ‘unique’ is the best way of describing them. Perhaps Glens of Antrim might have been better served by utilising the American company, Zapp’s approach. They call one of their weird and wonderfuls, ‘Voodoo’ flavour.
Glens of Antrim Hand Cooked Crisps
Gammon & Pineapple
This was a first for me, so that’s a fantastic start. Getting straight to the flavouring. There was a hint of smoky ham and a sweet pineapple. Very muted, which was unfortunate, but the flavours were both evident. They left a weird dusty aftertaste, but I would not say that detracted from an interesting and original flavouring.
Glen's of Antrim Crisps
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