Walkers Sensations Roast Beef and Fiery Horseradish Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
30g 140 6.3g 0.5g 0.38g 0.9g
While Walkers minimalist designs generally abuse great design conventions with their bland and characterless styling, the Sensations range takes the same principles but gets it completely right. The bags are all black, which instantly makes them stand out on shelves, and even manages to add that upper class effect that they are going for. There is a broad flavour reference design in the centre and even the odd squiggly lines dotted about add to the exotic look and feel. For once Walkers have even taken the less is more approach with their small logo, which pops brightly from each bag.
There was a noticeable hardness about the Crunch to these Crisps. They deteriorated at a slower rate than they perhaps should have, with lots of small shards making up the final munch stages.
These thickly cut Crisps featured plentiful oil boils and loads of darkish coloured seasoning There was some skin on edges and some nice Handcooked curls and bends.
We found it a little disappointing that the packet claimed it featured “Fiery” Horseradish flavouring. There was a meaty backdrop and there was a familiar Horseradish flavouring, but there was nothing remotely fiery about it. If anything it was a more impressive combo of flavours that met nicely in the centre ground than the claim of additional heat.