If you like Disney’s mascot then the packaging might please. Or even the shape of the crisps, though they can only loosely be described as Mickey Mouse’s head. They could equally be Scottish bagpipe sack, or mutilated cow’s udder, but the drift of the idea is there I guess. They’re also apparently made with 100% sunflower oil (so that’s nice I suppose) and for those who are affected by such things they are gluten free. But that’s pretty much where the positives about these snacks ends.
Made in Spain but found in Abu Dhabi, these ‘queso’ corn crisps really do give cheese flavoured snacks a bad name. The taste is so artificial and nasty. Off-Milk, Rancid-Cheddar or even Sweaty Socks would have been a more accurate description. I know baked corn goods aren’t everyone’s bag but I have to say I usually do enjoy a good non-potato snack. Not this time though. Still in-date, they tasted dry to the point of staleness. Marketed at kids, in a lightweight bag weighing in at just 8g which really is a blessing in disguise, Mooskys should be cute, fun and a tasty treat for your children. Instead, they’re a bally disgrace. Be gone foul demon!
1.5/10 (and that’s just because I feel sorry for the mouse).