Happy International Crisps (or Potato Chips as it’s officially known, but who cares) Day!
I know we’re in the middle of lent, and I know some of you might be feeling a little peckish, but who doesn’t love a good packet of crisps?
As part of the celebrations we’ve put our heads together here at SPIN Towers and came up with best 10 crisps you can get on these shores.
The crisp for dips. Cool, mild or hot, and that’s just the crisps.
For those who like a bit of extra crunch, but there’s plenty who don’t want to put in the hard graft of munch for something that should be easy to eat.
If you’re a little under the weather for whatever reason, usually the dense flavourings of Pringles make you feel a bit better, even if you feel guilty when you accidently finish the tube off.
One for the real Crisp Connoisseur, Keogh’s have become a real favourite. It might not be selected by your casual crisp eater, but people who study the effects of the texture as it rests on your tongue know the score.
6. Hula Hoops
A rather playful crisp. We all bought/still buy these to wrap them around our fingers just because we can. Special shout-out to the BBQ Beef flavour.
The thought of pickled onion makes a lot of people a little ill inside but, for whatever reason, Meanies work, and work exceptionally well.
Our favourite snack as a child and an underrated crisp.
3. Hunky Dorys
Crinkle cut crisps aren’t as popular as traditional ones, but Hunky Dory’s are one of our own and the unique flavour of Buffalo, depending on who you talk to, was a crisp revelation.
In a close second, you could probably say King are the Prince? The next in line? This was a topic of huge debate, but ultimately it lost out to…
1. Tayto (Original)
The crisp of all crisps, and the one you definitely see the most of in the shops. Their cheese and onion flavour in particular is a highlight.
Now that you have your list, break out the bread and have those sambos!