Their press release sells the quality of the crisp on the type of potato it's made from - the Maris piper, as well as being grown naturally in boggy marsh land giving a nutty flavour. I have to say I agree with them here.
The potatoe tastes fantastic. The thickness is great, the crunch supreme and the skin is left on. It looks and feels like a proper potato crisp.
The flavouring is a favourite of mine and they've really done it justice here, you can't taste any fakeness or chemicals in this flavouring. Just great, tangy pepper. It really does have an awesome peppery kick that is so important in a pepper crisp.
I'm really impressed with this brand so far, not only have they produced one of my favourite black pepper crisps, they seem like a fun company. They hold the record for the biggest packet of crisps (1.141 tonnes of crisps! Don't tell me you're not fantasising about having a bath in that...) and they sent the first bag of crisps into space! Respect!