Aldi Beef & Red Wine Crisps Review
These crisps are part of Aldi’s Specially Selected hand cooked crisps. Normally 99p but on currently on sale at 89p, these crisps come in 150g packs and cooked with the skin still on.
As you bite them you get a familiar beef crisp flavour but almost as quickly you get a underlying tingle of another flavour and when you analyze it in your mouth it is a kind of red wine taste, not full blooded Cabernet but a winey taste nonetheless. The crisps themsleves are crunchy and crispy and have good deep flavour at times giving other beef and steak crisps a good run for their money. Do I like the wine taste as well, I don’t love it but it compliments the beef flavour at times but its a really good crisp, I do like it and would occasionally buy it again, especially at 89p.
Potato(66%), Sunflower Oil(26%), Aberdeen Angus Beef in Red Wine Sauce Flavour Seasoning(Rice Flour, Yeast Extract Powder, Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavourings, Onion Powder, Red Onion Powder, Parsley, Red Wine Powder, Aberdeen Angus Beef Powder).
Made with British Potatoes
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 25g|
|of which Saturates||2.4g||0.6g|
|of which Sugars||1.5g||<0.5g|
*Prices correct at time of publishing
RICH BEEF FLAVOUR AND DOES HAVE THE WINE FLAVOUR