Kettle Chips first launched back in 1988 and since then they have made lots of lovely flavours of crisps. One of the original flavours was Salsa & Mesquite but they stopped making them about 7 years ago. But since it’s disappearance Kettle fans have been asking for it to come back and there are even Facebook groups devoted to this flavour of Kettle chips.
So with Christmas on the way Kettle have decided to treat they fans by bringing back Salsa & Mesquite as a limited edition flavour. And I got to be one of the lucky ones to try them before they hit the supermarket shelves.
Salsa & Mesquite combines the flavours of tomatoes, chillies and peppers. They are free from artificial flavours, colours and msg. And like all the other Kettle Chips range they are made from the finest potatoes and hand-cooked to perfection with sunflower oil.
Me and my family shared these together, my 4 year old daughter didn’t like them, as she said they were to0 spicy. But she isn’t keen on anything with a strong flavour. My 3 year old boy loved them and has asked me to buy some more. Overall they got a thumps up.
Kettle Chips Salsa & Mesquite are available from major supermarkets from September – December 2014. They are suitable for vegetarians and Vegans and have a RRP of £2.19 for a 150g pack
I received a bag of these crisp in return for a review. All opinion are mine and 100% honest