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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Walkers Sausage and Heinz Tomato Ketchup crisps Confirmed sighting: Walkers Sausage and Heinz Tomato Ketchup crisps
Posted: 19:48 Thu 07-Jul-2005. Price: 50p. Location: Skypark, Glasgow. Sub-flavours: Chicken and Heinz BBQ Sauce; Classic Heinz Tomato Ketchup. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
"aerisdead" reports: I really can't honestly work out what is so special about these crisps that they're limited edition and released with much fanfare (well, uh, an eye-catching packet). It certainly can't be new flavour technology, because the Heinz tomato ketchup flavour tastes like... every other kind of tomato ketchup crisps. These ones smell far more strong than they taste, and the sausage flavour, well... it's barely a hint, making the size of the text for "Sausage" on the packet a bit misleading. Boring!

..."aerisdead" here confirms "Stuart's" previous suspicions - while, in other ostensibly-upmarket updates: the Yorkshire Crisp Company are producing tins of "sour cream, dill and mustard" crisps specially designed to go with smoked salmon and champagne; though "Andy Heer" neglected to provide a pic of the latest addition to the growing apple-based snack market - the Apple Snapz he apparently paid 50p for in "Health food store, Perth", enthusing: These are like crisps only they are made of apple - nothing else! No added preservatives, no flavourings, just apple. Apparently the small amount of fat present comes from the natural wax in the apple peel. They're great, you can eat them all day and not get fat. [Nutritional recommendations provided by Snackspot users are for amusement purposes only and should not replace the advice of a qualified physician.]

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Posted: 15:11 Fri 08-Jul-2005 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: You must have been unlucky. The ones I just bought are distinctly sausagey, and really nice.
Posted: 16:35 Fri 08-Jul-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: I rather liked the Sausage and Tomato ones. How do they compare with the Golden Wonder ones for you Stuart?

But the Barbecue Chicken oens... remind me of something else :D


Posted: 07:09 Tue 12-Jul-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: These crisps are on offer now in Woolies. Either 4 standard size bags for £1, or a 6 bag multipack of the smaller size bags for 89p. The Sausage & Tom flavour is quite nice and sausagey. The Chicken & BBQ flavour sadly tastes virtually the same as Walkers existing Barbecue flavour. And of course the Tom Ketchup flavour is exactly the same as Walkers already make, just in a different bag. I can't see the point of inventing flavours that are so similar to those already produced.

Also Walkers-related though, it's nice to see their Worcester Sauce flavour is back on the shelves after the Sudan 1 food dye scare. The packs proudly proclaim 'New Recipe' in big letters across the top, and the taste is different. It's less tangy than it used to be, and better for it.


Posted: 13:16 Wed 13-Jul-2005 by "sarah" # permalink comment
Comment: the chicken and bbq crisps are sublime. there is indeed a subtle chicken flavour underneath - sometimes i find the barbeque crisps overwhelming. Good show, walkers!
Posted: 21:32 Wed 20-Jul-2005 by "Marc" # permalink comment
Comment: These crisps have a very even balance. You can taste the Sausage and the Tomato and none of them overpower each other. The Chicken crisps in the series taste nice aswell. They taste more of a sweet Chicken but not hot like the McCoys Thai Sweet Chicken. The Tomato ones in the series have a tangy "Tangy Toms" taste.
Posted: 15:46 Fri 29-Jul-2005 by "Philip Thompson" # permalink comment
Comment: Sorry but these are minging... the best sausage flavour crisps were the postman pat ones. I don't like tomato... why couldn't they bring out a sausage flavour one? Or a cheeseburger one? The only cheeseburger flavour crisps I'm aware of are Red Mill Quarterbacks.

Phil


Posted: 20:34 Sat 30-Jul-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Golden Wonder did a Flame Grilled Cheeseburger flavour crisp for a while back in 1997. But for flavours of the past nothing can top the Chocolate flavour Tudor Crisps produced back in 1992.
Posted: 18:42 Mon 15-Aug-2005 by "Marc" # permalink comment
Comment: What about Beefburger flavoured Monster Munch?
Posted: 19:52 Mon 15-Aug-2005 by "Andrew pliskin" # permalink comment
Comment: Red Mill Quarterbacks,man those were good,wonder why i carn't find 'em anymore?anyway i just hated the BBQ crisps,they were just...awful,wish i had tried those chocolate crisps when they were around though,oh well,guess ill just have to stick with a chocolate sandwich(i make them myself)
Posted: 23:39 Tue 06-Sep-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: All 3 varieties piled up at 10p a bag in Hyper Value [and no doubt other cheap shops up and down the country] already. Alongside the 6 bag multipacks of Walker's Lites Honey Roast Ham flavour for 50p by the way.
Posted: 19:15 Sun 23-Oct-2005 by "King Dong" # permalink comment
Comment: Why are you all discussing crisps?!?!?
Posted: 19:21 Sun 23-Oct-2005 by "crisp eating fat boy in bermuda shorts and a propellor on his sweaty cap." # permalink comment
Comment: fat bastards
Posted: 21:15 Sun 23-Oct-2005 by "NexusWR" # permalink comment
Comment: GET OUT MORE
Posted: 22:09 Sun 23-Oct-2005 by "NexusWR" # permalink comment
Comment: GET OUT MORE
Posted: 16:30 Wed 22-Mar-2006 by "Johnny McAuley" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm not keen on the sound of tomato ketchup flavoured crisps - i prefer the real thing. I heard recently that Heinz have their own tomato vineyards where they grow the tomatoes for their ketchup. Apparently they grade them like grapes for winemaking. This way they can account for every tomato they produce and regulate the flavour - could be the reason that the taste has remained consistent over the years, like Coca-Cola or KFC - traditional flavours that everyone loves. I'm not sure though - where would these vineyards be? America?
Posted: 00:06 Sun 23-Apr-2006 by "crispman" # permalink comment
Comment: for the people who want quaterbacks youll find them in most outlets of Wilkinsons. they also sell tangy toms!!!! 6816 1
Posted: 01:39 Fri 10-Aug-2007 by "Root Ginger" # permalink comment
Comment: They're not the same as the Spicy Sausage Walkers from the 80's. I remember when they came out and everyone thought it was completely mad to have a sausage flavour crisps. All you had then was the big three and maize based snacks that were cheese flavoured. That was it.
Posted: 17:58 Fri 10-Aug-2007 by "Rory Gove" # permalink comment
Comment: At last, the Worcester Sauce Walker has made a long awaited come back... !!
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