Savoursmiths Wagyu Beef and Honey Mustard Potato Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
100g 584 28g 3g 1.25g 3g
The bag design is effectively split into two. The top third features a white background and the brand name. The remainder is flavour colour coded with the detail written in a nicely contrasting colour. The remainder is a mildly comical image that represents the flavour. It is not entirely original, but it is striking and the shelf visibility is very good.
There was a hard and slightly brittle Crunch that degraded at a swift but still reasonable pace. The overall degradation was even with no mush but rather mulch.
These were thickly cut with an outstanding array of oil blisters. There was a good smattering of darkish seasoning on an orangish coloured surface. There was also skin on most edges.
The first notable flavour was a very Asian influenced backdrop. This was accompanied by a meaty flavour that was fairly reasonable Beef representative. There was also a very well balanced sweetness with a hint of heat - So, yes, both Mustard and perhaps even Honey. The combined assessment was a fairly decent effort of representing a fairly complicated flavour balance with what is a pretty original Crisp flavour and a most welcome addition to the UK’s brilliant range of Crisps.