Jonathan Crisp Sea Salt & Suffolk Cider Vinegar Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
40g 204 11.6g 1.5g 0.5g 1.0g
Not until Jonathan Crisp were taken over by Tayto did they get their packaging correct. Each variety has an impressive British characteristic and all bags are flavour colour coded. The hand written branding is offset by the same colour, but a little too small flavour description.
Although these veered more towards the Regular Crisp Crunch than Hand Cooked munch, there was no great rush to mushy breakdown. There was a nicely paced mulch.
These were reasonably thickly cut Hand Cooked Crisps, which featured the usual bends and curls expected of Crisps cooked in this fashion. There was a plentiful array of different sized boils and blisters and although there was no visible seasoning a simple finger rub revealed there was a fair amount evident.
There was a slight salty aroma when the bag was opened. The addition of Cider Vinegar over the more recognisable Malt Vinegar is a relatively recent innovation, but not all innovations are better. There was however a nicely balanced Vinegary addition to a fair amount of Salt.