In general, mainland Europe is nowhere near as adventurous as the UK in terms of crisp flavours. I find they stick to getting the basics right - salted, chive, paprika seem to be very popular.
Whilst I love a wild new flavour, there is definitely something to be said for getting the basics right - and these Sarriegui crisps are a great example of that.
They taste like they've been cooked in a very natural, fresh oil, they have good crunch for a thin crisp without being overly greasy and the salt levels are just right.
They transport me to simpler times, sipping an ice cold San Miguel on a hot Spanish coastline, crunching down on crisps like these and soaking up all the vitamin D.