• mediocre...was not strong enough flavour in my opinion - *hoodrat*
  • boring...tasted like a bad cajun chicken burger - *hoodrat*
  • made me want a real fish & chips...not sure if that is good or bad - *hoodrat*
  • really liked these...hot! - *hoodrat*
  • got these in the cupboard...yet to try them...been eating too many crisps - *hoodrat*

Walkers 5 trial crisp flavours

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From left to right: Onion Bhaji, Cajun Squirrel, Fish & Chips, Chilli & Chocolate, Crispy Duck & Hoisin.

  1. dalelane 75 months ago | reply

    'Fish & Chips' rock.

    The rest.... meh.

  2. Frankie Roberto 75 months ago | reply

    Fish and chips must be the obvious bookies favourite. Although the woman who served me in the shop said they tasted like old socks.

    Personally, I'm looking forward to cajun squirrel. We're going to do a taste test tomorrow lunchtime.

  3. aD76 75 months ago | reply

    What about the builders breakfast one? it won't win though as it tastes awful...very eggy.

  4. luxumbra 75 months ago | reply

    You missed 'Builders Breakfast'!!

  5. Frankie Roberto 75 months ago | reply

    Man, I didn't see a Builders Breakfast one! I'll have to see if I can find that this afternoon. Must be popular if the shop I was in was out of stock.

    Although WH Smith was out of stock altogether:

  6. tankesopp 75 months ago | reply

    Squirrel sounds very enticing. Duck too, reckon it could have an outside chance.

    The pictures on the bags might be a deciding factor though...putting a cute image of a squirrel and duck might not endear cute animal lovers. Bit like introducing Beatrix Potter character crisps (eg. Peter Rabbit flavour).

  7. Frankie Roberto 75 months ago | reply

    The question I'm going to try and answer tomorrow is whether it's actually possible to detect which flavour is which, if you do a blind taste...

  8. AndyRobertsPhotos 75 months ago | reply

    It's like the 1960s all over again, when OXO, smokey bacon and roast beef flavours were first invented to add to the orginal plain, cheese & onions and chipmunk.

    Can't beat good potatoes and quality vegetable oil with not too much salt.

  9. AndyRobertsPhotos 75 months ago | reply


    "My Mum worked as a chip fryer for Chipmunk Crisps. I was the Wages Clerk there in the 60's. They were made in Long Buckby in Northamptonshire. They later were taken over by Golden Wonder"

  10. vr6woman 73 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Lovely British Food, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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