A Natural British Crunch, Corkers Crisps

Most people know that I am absolutely addicted to crisps and I have been called a crisps-monster before! I have no problems devouring bags for breakfast, lunch and dinner so when the lovely people at Corkers Crisps* asked if I'd like to try some crisps with a natural British crunch, I obviously couldn't say no...    

Corkers crisps are made with East Anglian spuds and hand cooked in sunflower oil. In 2013, they were awarded gold stars from the Great Taste Awards for their Pork Sausage + English Mustard, Sea Salt + Black Pepper and Sea Salt! The Great Taste Awards are organised by the Guild of Fine Food and are in association with Harrods.
I love trying unusual flavoured crisps, so I had to try the Gressingham duck and hoisin sauce first.  

It was surprisingly tasty and tasted like real meat rather than artificial flavouring. On a closer inspection, these crisps really do contain real meat! Corkers partnered up with Gressingham Duck to make this unique flavour. 

Root vegetable crisps are one of my favourites. These tasted good, but could have done with a bit more crunch.

Out of all the flavours, my favourites were the duck and hoisin, sausage and English mustard (the mustard is super), and the sea salt and black pepper. One of the best things about these crisps is that they don't contain MSG, and I know this is a big factor for those who are health conscious and wary about consuming too much MSG. The flavours are are gentle and not overpowering, and Corkers crisps certainly has that natural British crunch!

*Corkers crisps sent me these products to review. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

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