O’Donnells of Tipperary Hand Cooked Hickory Barbeque Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
50g 257 14.7g 1.2g 0.6g 1.8g
There is a farm logo, the brand name and the bags are flavour colour coded. Oh, and there is the usual ingredients and Crisps imagery. A Crisps bag by numbers design that is sadly as disappointing as any home brand supermarket effort.
The first thing to mention is there was no mush at any stage. These degraded from hard and firm to gradual mulch.
Lots of oil boils are always welcome and there was a nice orangish brown hue to the Crisps. There were also some good bends, curls and folded examples.
There was a little hint of spice at the end of these Crisps. There was also a small amount of Hickory, but mostly, there was a reasonable Barbecue flavouring. There was also a level of uniqueness about them because this typically American flavouring is often sweet and sickly because perhaps it should. These however, were a sort of grown up version of a familiar flavouring and made a very good alternative to the regular taste testing experience of this particular flavour.