Tesco is no foreigner to a imagination parcel of crisps.
Within its ‘Tesco Finest’ line, we’re big fans of flavours such as Barbecue Pulled Pork, Stilton Truffle and Brie Cranberry – with the difference of their new addition, Candy Cane, which left us baffled.
Now, Tesco is once again stocking its famous Pigs in Blankets flavour, which has been gracing the shelves for Christmas for the past couple of years.
The 150g parcel of crisps comes partial of a limited-edition, gratifying operation which we’re anticipating will be around until at slightest a few days after Christmas – since they’ll make the ideal further to the leftover turkey and stuffing sandwiches on Boxing Day.
According to Tesco’s product description, the crisps, which cost £1, have the ‘familiar essence of hazed bacon wrapped around luscious pig sausages’. Mmm.
But while we’re big fans of the concept, over on social media people can’t utterly make their minds up.
Tesco has launched Pigs in Blankets flavoured crisps… Why do we live so distant divided from a Tescos?! Why? WHY? 😫
— Casey Floyd (@LandlordCasey) October 10, 2017
Crazy flavoured Festive Crisps, good the Candy Cane ones, the others are talent #candycane #pigsinblankets #tescofinestcrisps #tesco #festive
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Pigs in blankets flavoured crisps.
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— Scott (@LavvyHeid) Oct 10, 2017
Your ‘pigs in blankets’ crisps ambience zero like pigs in blankets and that’s unsatisfactory @Tesco
— Ashley. (@AshleyWHUFC) Sep 28, 2017
@Tesco pigs in blankets crisps have a very bizarre after taste. Bit disappointing. Finest operation routinely better than this #pigsinblankets
— Gilly (@GillyPFAS) Dec 29, 2016
As mentioned above, the gratifying crisps are zero new – but that won’t stop us getting vehement for them. Nothing will moderate the spirits as we get closer to Christmas.
And observant that, Christmas is only a couple of months divided now – so we really should start stocking up on gratifying goodies.
Which apparently means frail cupboards galore.