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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Walkers Flavour Cup Worldwide Wanderers/ Southern Europe sixpacks Confirmed sighting: Walkers Flavour Cup Worldwide Wanderers/ Southern Europe sixpacks
Posted: 11:16 Sun 11-Apr-2010. Price: 1.28, 2 for 2 6-bag multipacks. Location: Asda, Basildon; Asda, Hamilton, Scotland. Sub-flavours: Australian BBQ Kangaroo, South African Sweet Chutney, Japanese Teriyaki Chicken, Italian Spaghetti Bolognese, French Garlic Baguette, Spanish Chicken Paella, Dutch Edam Cheese, German Bratwurst, American Cheeseburger, Welsh Rarebit, Argentinian Steak, Scottish Haggis, Irish Stew, Brazilian Salsa, English Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding. Nutritional unusualness: Flavours contain such unusual ingredients as soy sauce, ginger and celery. Best not to imagine what's in the Haggis flavour.
"Father Crispmas" reports: Looks like Walkers have cobbled together another load of lazy "foreign food" stereotyped flavours in order to titillate the nation's collective palette this World Cup; just as my spring diet was about to start, Walkers bring out 15 new flavours, and now I want to try them all!

The Garlic Bread flavour could do with being a lot more garlicky, but it's good to see garlic flavoured crisps getting a higher profile than Seabrooks have managed with their own delicious but heartburn-inducing crisps. Also, it's long been a bone of contention of mine that while the rest of Europe gets Spag Bol flavour crisps, we have to do without here in the UK, so thanks for sorting that one out, Walkers. The South African Chutney flavour is pleasantly fruity and spicy. Not tried the others yet - and couldn't see any sign of the Irish Stew, Haggis or Welsh Rarebit ones in Asda, which sound pretty exciting, but some of the other flavours sound a bit uninspired to me. I will, of course, eat my words if anyone can confirm that the American Cheeseburger ones taste as good as those much-missed late-80s pocket money pleasers, "Quarterbacks".

...First-time spotter "Father Crispmas" adds this tantalising assessment to some previous comments and Charlie Brooker's extensive overview, but the pic actually comes from Zeddy, who agrees: "A clever marketing idea to get fans munching whilst watching the footie. Mind you they will have disappeared by the time the World Cup starts. You vote for your favourite once again. 25g bags don't hold much so are consumed very quickly. So far I have tried the Spanish, the Italian and the French varieties. The garlic ones are my fave so far (though why not Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey?). There are also Scottish Haggis, Welsh Rarebit and Irish Stew varieties but as we Celts crashed and burned (from a football perspective) they must just be paying lip service. Personally, I'm glad they didn't do a World Cup Willie variety."

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Posted: 16:45 Sun 11-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: I remember those Quarterbacks only too well, Father Crispmas. No, they are nothing like them.
Posted: 18:33 Sun 11-Apr-2010 by "yorkhouse" # permalink comment
Comment: I'd completely forgotten Quarterbacks Father - thank you :) Mmm they were lovely!
Posted: 21:48 Sun 11-Apr-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: American Cheeseburger - authentic cheesy aroma to these crisps and they do a good job of reproducing the taste of a rubbery orange square of cheese covered in relish if that's what you like. 8/10

Argentinean Flame Grilled Steak - not much different to the regular Steak & Onion flavour Walkers already produce. Disappointingly not meaty enough to be a winner. 6/10

Australian BBQ Kangaroo - in the same vein as last years 'Squirrel' flavour, merely a pleasant combination of assorted smokey barbeque flavours topped off with a vague meaty aroma. 7/10

Brazilian Salsa - not at all hot and spicy as you'd expect coming from Brazil. Actually a quite nice mild combination of several herb and vegetable flavours that do a good job of reproducing a salsa taste. 8/10

Dutch Edam Cheese - nice, but simply not cheesy enough. They taste pretty much identical to the short lived Cheddar Cheese flavour Walkers did a couple of years ago. More like the Belgium of the crisp world than Holland. 6/10

English Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding - this has to be a strong condender to win the crisp World Cup. Walkers did this flavour a few years ago as a limited edition and it is back once more. A lovely tasting crisp, amazingly accurate in it's roast beef flavour. 10/10

French Garlic Baguette - there's no smell to these crisps - a sign that there may not be much taste to them either. And that is the case as an initial pleasant buttery garlic taste very quickly vanishes to nothing in your mouth. 6/10

German Bratwurst Sausage - A solid middle of the road flavour with nothing outstanding about it. Just tastes of regular sausage maybe with a hint of onion. There's nothing spicy here, just a traditional English banger dressed up as a fancy German sausage. 6/10

Italian Spaghetti Bolognese - A real winner, just as it was the last time Walkers did this flavour as a limited edition about 10 years ago now. These crisps are a promising orange colour and they have a lovely smokey tomatoey flavour. Could go all the way to the final... 10/10

Japanese Teriyaki Chicken - forget about the chicken, because it does not seem to be present in these crisps. What you do get is a strong soy sauce and ginger hit from every crisp in the bag. Quite nice. 8/10

South African Sweet Chutney - possibly the strongest and hottest out of all the new flavours. These are surprisingly spicy crisps, with a strong mustardy chutney taste. 8/10

Spanish Chicken Paella - quite a nutty flavour to these crisps. Again, the meat element of the flavour appears to be missing for some reason. Unlike the Spanish team in real life, these crisps are not going to come close to the winners enclosure in the World Cup this summer. 7/10

Irish Stew - not found in my Asda.

Scottish Haggis - not found in my Asda.

Welsh Rarebit - not found in my Asda.


Posted: 01:42 Mon 12-Apr-2010 by "SNACCKIN HEAVEN" # permalink comment
Comment: Magnetic Ham Sandwich - you rock ! a wonderful review indeed.
Posted: 12:46 Mon 12-Apr-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Agreed - tip of the hat to you, MHS.
Posted: 16:46 Mon 12-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: MHS, I really liked the Dutch Edam but didn't rate the spag bol ones at all. Different Strokes, I suppose. Whatcha talkin' about Willis!?
Posted: 22:13 Mon 12-Apr-2010 by "soreen"
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Comment: i cant find the haggis or the stew or the rarebit ones (like user above) - where have people found these?
Posted: 19:17 Tue 13-Apr-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm sure the missing Walkers flavours will be everywhere in a couple of weeks, but Rarebit fans who can't wait that long can always get a fix right now by trying the new Tyrrells Welsh Rarebit flavour from their new Celebration of Great Britain range. They have also brought out Beef Wellington [bit of a let-down] and Pork and Apple [nice bramley apple taste] as the other two flavours in this new range. Priced at around 70p per bag in posher shops / deli bars. And if you're desperate for Haggis flavour crisps right now, head on over to Approvedfood.co.uk and order some there. Me, I'm looking out for the new World Cup themed flavours of McCoys that are out any day now - Sausage Striker and Chicken Winger. Which just leaves me wondering how close Donkey Defender flavour came to getting off the drawingboard to complete the McCoys team ????
Posted: 19:26 Tue 13-Apr-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh and Zeddy, if I came to your party and just brought cheese what would you think? Just cheese on it's own, with nothing added to complement or enhance it's flavour at all. You'd think I was having a laugh. That's the problem with the Dutch crisps - they are good enough at what they do but they just don't do enough for me. It seems like there is something lacking from the flavour party your mouth should be having each time you take a bite. The Spag Bol flavour on the other hand manages to combine tomato, basil and a nice smokey barbeque taste all at once with every mouthful - and call me Mr Corleone if you like,but that's more like my sort of party :))
Posted: 21:02 Tue 13-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Ah! The Dutch Edam taste like Edam to me, you see. Not just "cheese". Spag Bol I can make at home. Mackies, the ice cream company also now make crisps, Haggis crisps. http://www.mackies.co.uk/ [URL display truncated]
Posted: 21:07 Tue 13-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: They also have a recipe for deep fried ice cream...... http://www.mackies.co.uk/recipes/desserts.aspx?item=1394
Posted: 16:38 Wed 14-Apr-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Just to say that the Mackies haggis flavour crisps were the ones I was referring to with that approvedfood link above. They sell them cheaply there.
Posted: 20:15 Sun 18-Apr-2010 by "SNAKKIN HEAVEN" # permalink comment
Comment: tried the edam cheese ones - as ever a stingy portion in the teensey weensey 6 multi packs and quite thin,broken greasy crisps.they were very good cheesey flavour tho' but tasted similar to the new cheese and bacon walkers variety which have been avail of late.

compared to the thickness and generous portions macoys offer - and the full sixed bags seabrook dish out in their multipacks i wont be returning to buy them again.new flavours are great to try but i was not blown away by them.

also tried mixed 6 mutlipack spag bol/ paella chicken/ garlic bread and was not impressed at all although the spag bol were the best of the bunch but not memorable. i crushed em all up and fed em to some gulls and some pigeons who didnt seem to mind they were walkers...!


Posted: 15:19 Wed 21-Apr-2010 by "25g bags are rubbish" # permalink comment
Comment: MHS: "The Spag Bol flavour on the other hand manages to combine tomato, basil and a nice smokey barbeque taste all at once with every mouthful"

Yes but is there any SPAGHETTI flavour?


Posted: 16:48 Wed 21-Apr-2010 by "Rupert the Inbred Bear" # permalink comment
Comment: All rubbish IMHO, what what.
Posted: 23:22 Wed 21-Apr-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: what flavour is spaghetti exactly? Without the bolognese it exists in a flavourless void.
Posted: 22:55 Sat 24-Apr-2010 by "Chubworth" # permalink comment
Comment: Come on Walkers, if this is World Cup linked then lets have the Algerians, Ivorians etc and lets not have the Scots and Welsh and even Thierry Henry's best mates, the poor old Irish
Posted: 09:46 Sun 25-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Does Didier Drogba even eat crisps?
Posted: 12:09 Sun 25-Apr-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Perhaps if Ally's Army had eaten a few less they might have got somewhere. ;)
Posted: 12:42 Sun 25-Apr-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: It wasn't crisps that some of them were partaking...
Posted: 16:58 Mon 10-May-2010 by "Loopy" # permalink comment
Comment: Disappointingly, I think most of them taste similar to existing flavours and the portions seem a bit poor. The best one so far has to be the American Cheeseburger flavour. They've captured the taste/smell OK I guess. Good for a McDonald's withdrawal fix, if nothing else!
Posted: 18:20 Wed 12-May-2010 by "mob" # permalink comment
Comment: just tasted irish stew absolutly delicious
Posted: 18:58 Wed 12-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Mob, where did you buy them? In Ireland or the main land?
Posted: 07:34 Fri 14-May-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Zed old chap - have you seen any of the Haggis flavour in your stores? I can buy Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding very easily, but have yet to see either Irish Stew, Welsh Rarebit OR Haggis round here.
Posted: 07:58 Fri 14-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: I have a six pack of Haggis from my local Asda. They are not too bad actually. None of the other Celtic versions though.
Posted: 13:13 Fri 14-May-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Interesting. The Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding are pretty convincing and worth seeking out.
Posted: 18:43 Fri 14-May-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: So is it true that the Welsh flavour is only sold in Wales, the Scottish flavour only sold in Scotland, and the Irish flavour only sold in Ireland ??
Posted: 21:12 Fri 14-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Well.......I've had the roast beef ones in this house but as I don't like beef crisps normally, I merely let others try them. You know how the Scots find the English hard to swallow. ;-)
Posted: 13:28 Sat 15-May-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Following on from Walkers and Tyrrells [mentioned above] now it seems Pringles have come out with a range of British-themed flavours for the Summer. I saw a couple of different flavours in Tescos this morning. The boffins in the Pringles factory must have stretched their thinking caps to the limits to come up with these two new 'Great British Flavours' though - they are Smokey Bacon and Sea Salt & Black Pepper.
Posted: 14:26 Sat 15-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: WHERE THE HELL ARE THE PICKLED ONION ONES!!????
Posted: 21:37 Mon 17-May-2010 by "snaffle" # permalink comment
Comment: I emailed Walkers and they wrote back and confirmed that the Haggis flavour is only available in Scotland, Welsh rarebit in Wales (COOP stores) and Irish Stew in Eire. All 3 are only available in 6 packs .
Posted: 22:24 Mon 17-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Cheers snaffle. It makes a mockery of the voting then, doesn't it?
Posted: 00:45 Sat 22-May-2010 by "I want Haggis crisps now!" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm sorry, but the English ones are terrible, and join Japan and Argentina in the 'generic beef flavour' category. And the Italian ones do taste like bolognese...if you tend to add 19 spoonfuls of organo to the dish that is.

America and Brazil the only contenders for me thus far.


Posted: 13:53 Sat 22-May-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Er, they add more than 19 spoonsful of something quite else to haggis you know. And if you think the English are hard to swallow (have you tried spitting?), you should try googling for a haggis recipe...
Posted: 19:04 Sat 22-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Now, now, Nick. You know very well that spitting is a filthy habit.
Posted: 22:14 Sat 22-May-2010 by "Tizer" # permalink comment
Comment: Best Flavours: The American Cheeseburger (delicious),Dutch Edam, Brazilian Salsa. The Worst Falavours: The English Roast Beef and Yorkishire Pudding (tastes disgusting), Spanish Chicken Paella (vomit inducing)& Argentinian Flame Steak Grill.
Posted: 22:55 Tue 25-May-2010 by "Dave" # permalink comment
Comment: http://www.redmill.co.uk/kids_05.html
Posted: 22:52 Fri 28-May-2010 by "Suzanne L"
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Comment: After eating a six pack of northern European flavour at once they all start to taste the same.
Posted: 17:59 Mon 31-May-2010 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: argh. i am so pissed about the haggis crisps only being in scotland. :(
Posted: 19:56 Mon 31-May-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Tell Snackspot to email me your address, Charl and I'll send them on to you.
Posted: 10:49 Tue 01-Jun-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Don't forget me Zeddy - I have never tried the Haggis flavour either...
Posted: 14:51 Tue 01-Jun-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: *cough* Hello! :)
Posted: 17:04 Tue 01-Jun-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Well.......if it can work, I would like to try Welsh rarebit and Irish stew....
Posted: 17:52 Tue 01-Jun-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Hmmm... I don't have those to offer I'm afraid, but I DO have some excellent XL Cheese Crisps if you're interested?
Posted: 19:55 Tue 01-Jun-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Thanks Nick. I had them at the services where Peter Kay did his episode of "That Peter Kay Thing". I was underwhelmed to be honest. Snackspot, give me email addresses for those who wish haggis and I;ll see what I can do.
Posted: 21:03 Tue 22-Jun-2010 by "kags68" # permalink comment
Comment: Such a shame u cant get the irish stew crisps in england!! I even asked a work colleague over in Dublin if she could get me some and they'd sold out! Doh! Can anyoe help??
Posted: 21:19 Tue 22-Jun-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Hmmm, I kept my part of the bargain....
Posted: 06:35 Wed 23-Jun-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Irish Stew 6 packs (bbe 10th July) turned up in Fultons supermarket in Mexborough, Yorkshire last week for £1. So maybe now the flavours are close to their end dates similar stock will be showing up in cheap shops across the country. I still have 5 uneaten packs if you want one posting to you Zeddy.......
Posted: 17:04 Wed 23-Jun-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: MHS, Cheers! I'm off on hols so i would have to return the favour in a few weeks time if you want Haggis.
Posted: 19:09 Wed 23-Jun-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Zeddy, MHS and Charl -- I am trying for Welsh Rarebit, but the chap I've asked isn't very reliable. Rest assured I'm on his case though.
Posted: 16:23 Wed 30-Jun-2010 by "Yumyum" # permalink comment
Comment: I thought most of them tasted the same - not of chicken (even the chicken teriyaki or the chicken paella ones) - just generic vaguely beefy.But the American cheeseburger tasted of gherkin, which I thought was quite an achievement. I like gherkins.
Posted: 03:38 Fri 09-Jul-2010 by "andy" # permalink comment
Comment: when compared to thickness and nice portions macoys offer - and also the complete sixed bags seabrook dish out within their multipacks i will not be coming back to buy them again.new flavors are wonderful to test but i had been not really amazed by them. andy from http://freepsnplus.com
Posted: 14:17 Fri 09-Jul-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Haha, you can't beat a nice thick portion, never mind McCoys. ;)
Posted: 16:35 Tue 13-Jul-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Today the winning flavour has been announced.........and it's the English Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pud that takes the title and will become permanently available. Just as I predicted back in April infact. Apparently the American Cheeseburger flavour came a close second in the voting.
Posted: 16:43 Tue 13-Jul-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: On a separate note, a MASSIVE thank you to Zeddy, he knows why, and a crisp £5 note on offer to anyone who can send me a bag of the Welsh Rarebit flavour crisps.
Posted: 11:29 Wed 14-Jul-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: //// 1st: English Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding came top with 21% of the Fans //// 2nd: American Cheeseburger at 12% //// 3rd: Japanese Teriyaki Chicken with 8% //// 4th: French Garlic Baguette with 7% (just a tiny bit ahead of the Dutch!) //// 5th: Dutch Edam Cheese with 7% //////// Walkers released the final percentage totals in the voting today. I'm just surprised the Italian didn't make the top 5. And I'll still pay you real money if anyone can find me a single bag of the Welsh flavour.
Posted: 13:14 Wed 14-Jul-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: I tried to get some bags of Welsh Rarebit but failed miserably.
Posted: 16:48 Thu 15-Jul-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: And to you MHS, sir! Bravo!
Posted: 09:56 Mon 02-Aug-2010 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: Belated reviews for those three tricky to track down British flavours...

Irish Stew - pretty nice. More than a hint of beef, plenty of onion in there too and if you close your eyes you can even taste the carrot flavouring too... This would have been a solid contender if more people had been given the chance to sample it. 8/10

Scottish Haggis - Fairly spicy flavour, reminiscent of a Ginsters pasty almost. They do a good job of replicating the haggis flavour. The meaty and oaty spices combine to make this flavour taste similar to steak & ale flavour crisps. 8/10

Welsh Rarebit - This is the most bland of the British flavours. They have a sort of very mild cheesy taste but there's nothing very toasty about them. There's just not enough going on with this flavour to recommend them too highly. 6/10

All three came at the bottom of the voting for the Flavour Cup, but if people in the rest of the country had been able to actually buy them then at least a couple of them would have scored a lot higher than some of the other flavours available.


Posted: 15:12 Mon 02-Aug-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Cheers MHS for the Welsh Rarebit crisps. I agree with your findings.
Posted: 19:15 Mon 02-Aug-2010 by "Nick T" # permalink comment
Comment: Oi! What about me?! Considering that, being half-Welsh, I'm actually the only one here qualified to eat them anyway. Why, one of you is a Scot and the other is a bally sandwich. If I knew who my MP was I'd damn well complain (continued p.97)
Posted: 16:39 Sat 07-Aug-2010 by "Josh" # permalink comment
Comment: I actually like the new flavours. It's great that walkers decided to expand their line up even if it was for just a short period.

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