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They taste of Grimsby

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the smell is awful, the taste improves with persistence
1st Mar 2009, 20:12  

beth says:

fishy crisps? that's just wrongness. ddoes it leave that batter-y after taste?

1st Mar 2009, 20:54

Twiglet says:

DD has tried them and reckons they are the best of the funky flavours Walkers are trying out on the public right now.

I'm a bit conservative about Walkers crisps. If they ain't roast chicken then they ain't going in my mouth..

1st Mar 2009, 21:42

Dhamaka says:

and you persisted?
why?

1st Mar 2009, 21:45

Anonymous says:

I persisted because I couldn't find anywhere to spit them out!

1st Mar 2009, 21:57

Dhamaka says:

ah

1st Mar 2009, 22:00

FilbertFox says:

oh, that was me!

1st Mar 2009, 22:00

Dhamaka says:

worked that out :)

1st Mar 2009, 22:12

JokerXL says:

Grimsby?
Well that would put me off right away.
Do some taste of fish and some of chips? Or is it a messy amalgamation of the two, with a whif of Grimsby?

2nd Mar 2009, 07:25

FilbertFox says:

the whiff is grimsby the taste is grim

2nd Mar 2009, 08:44

Jane Doe says:

I'll be sticking to Scampi Fries, then. They taste of Filey

2nd Mar 2009, 08:59

the only one I've tried that comes anywhere near close to edible is chocolate and chili

2nd Mar 2009, 09:08

harimanjaro says:

Oh no, I thought the chocolate and chilli ones were foul. Can these possibly be worse?

2nd Mar 2009, 09:47

JokerXL says:

You lot are just weird.
Over here, for years, it was plain or paprika, they're only just starting to accept cheese & onion.

2nd Mar 2009, 09:53

FilbertFox says:

Chocolate and chilli are worse. The smell of the Grimsby ones are worse, the taste is not as revolting.

The onion bharji ones are ok

2nd Mar 2009, 11:31

Years back, Walkers bought out Tudor Crisps, but kept the brand name to experiment with, so things like hedgehog crisps appeared under the Tudor brand, and any that sold well were then incorporated into the Walkers range. Here endeth today's lesson.

2nd Mar 2009, 14:28

Helen says:

Is there a mushy pea flavour to go with the fish and chips?

2nd Mar 2009, 17:07

swamprose says:

I had to google Walker's Crisps. flavours like marmite and worcester sauce are to be expected, but chilli and chocolate, cajun squirrel??

they are importing squirrels from Louisiana for chip flavour? btw, how did they get all the pointy bits out for the hedgehog crisps?

4th Mar 2009, 01:42

FilbertFox says:

Walkers crisps are the best on the planet!

4th Mar 2009, 07:10

Anonymous says:

Are they anything like Scampi fries?

4th Mar 2009, 11:46

FilbertFox says:

Not sure if I have ever had scampi fries

4th Mar 2009, 12:29

Rich says:

If you've ever had scampi and lemon nik-naks then the taste of walkers fish and chips is highly reminiscent.

Builders Breakfast FTW!

4th Mar 2009, 12:44