McCoy’s Mexican Chilli Flavour Potato Crisps

by Hot Juan on October 14, 2010 · 0 comments

in Product Reviews

McCoy's Mexican Chilli Crisps

McCoy's Mexican Chilli Crisps

Who can resist a snack, well not me and when my son found these in Tescos we had to give them a try.

These are the ridge cut McCoy’s crisps, the crisps have a very even coating of the flavouring, but I am not sure what “Mexican Chilli” Flavour is, it does taste a little like a meat chilli flavour at first, but after a few more mouthfuls, there is defiantly a little bit of heat in the packet, nothing to put anyone off.

Ingredients: Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (27%), Mexican Chilli Flavour (Salt, Spices, Flavour Enhancers: Monosodium Glutimate, E635, Dried Onion, Wheat Flour, Yeast Extract, Chilli Powder, Acidity Regulator, Sodium Diacetate, Sugar, Flavouring (Contains Dried Soya Sauce, Malt Extract), Dried Garlic, Dried Tomato, Dried Red Bell Pepper, Herbs, Spice Extracts, Colour, Paprika Extract, Malic Acid, Citric Acid, Sweetener: Saccharin), Vegetable Oil (3%).

Being ridged, they are a little thicker than normal crisps and very crunchy, I am now ¾ of the way through the packet and I have a nice warm tougue, and while I enjoyed eating them, I am sure they will not replace my current favourites Nando’s Hot Peri-Peri crisps and Blair’s Death Rain Habanero crisps, but they not as bad many chilli crisps I have tried.

I was initially a little confused by the packaging,  a Mexican Chilli flavour, with the Taj Mahal and Elephants on the front, but these may be just because McCoy’s are running and 2 Curries for the price of 1 promotion.


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