Pringles Review

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www.pringles.co.uk

Reviewed by Susan Haigh

I’m a self-confessed crispoholic, they are my favourite snack. I’ve even been known to polish off a bag before breakfast (the shame!). But despite being such a crisp fan, it’s been a while since I tried Pringles.

Pringles for me are meant to be shared, so on the first decent weekend of the summer we fired up the barbecue and popped open the Pringoooals (renamed for the World Cup!) for our guests to munch on.

We had the salt and vinegar flavour – a classic – although not quite vinegary enough for me, and as expected, they went down an absolute treat! Two tubes gone, all before the first sausage started sizzling. I had forgotten how moreish Pringles were. I’ll definitely be going out to buy some more in my next shop. Think I’ll try the Texas BBQ ones next.

Once the tubes were empty my little boy found hours of fun using them as makeshift musical instruments. Shakers, drums, megaphones, you name it, he played it! You don’t get that with an empty bag of other crisps!! I had to wrestle the tubes off him so I could apply for my Umbro football top. The top is free when you enter the batch codes from two promotional packs (with £3 to cover p&p) and will be a nice souvenir of the World Cup. The website was really easy to use and my top will apparently be with me within 90 days. Hopefully it will arrive quicker than 3 months or our summer might have been and gone by then!

Taste: 4.5 out of 5. Fun factor: 5 out of 5!

Rating: 4.5/5

For more information visit www.pringles.co.uk. Available to buy from all good supermarkets.

4 half Star

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