So before Scotland possibly becomes an independent country based on what happens this coming September 2014, let’s get in there quick and review these crisps …
First impressions were good. The bag had a good heft in our hand. Felt like it could hold its own in a bar fight with other bags of crisps. Good start.
Upon popping open the bag, another plus point: only one fifth of the bag was pure air. We had actually paid for a decent amount of crisps, instead of the half-full bag you sometimes see from other brands.
We dived in.
The crisps were — for want of a better word — crispy! A nice crunch to them. Three out of three so far. But …
Lack of flavour. Noooo! We were expecting a more intense, smokey flavour of bacon, but it left us a bit wanting. Mackie’s = please up the bacon ante.
We have to give them a Brits in Toronto 2/5 stars.
Sidenote: We also have a bag of the Aberdeen Angus steak-flavoured crisps to sample so will review those soon too.