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“Spice up your life”

published 27/10/2003

ProHighly tasty, spicy flavourings, good sized bags, ...

ConsHigh fat content, & just a tad expensive.

These are not any ordinary crisps, these crisps have something extra hidden within the ordinary exterior of their foil fresh bag. If you’ve ever eaten any McCoy’s crisp you’ll know that they are pretty good when it comes to crunch. Crinkle cut crisps with a reasonable thickness to them that gives...

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“NICE AND SPICEY”

published 16/02/2004

ProTASTE NICE

ConsFATTENING

I have always liked Mc Coy’s crisps but only discovered the spice ones the other day in Somerfields.I have never been a lover of spicy flavoured crisps but my husband is although he prefers thinner crisps. I was swayed into trying these because they where on special offer. Special offer price 69p...

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“Open, Crunch, Zing, Mmmm”

published 24/06/2004

ProReal crisp with zing!

ConsI guess too fatty for most!

This lastest multipack of McCoys has got to get the gold medal for the best zing out there - give those tastebuds a real wake up! In three great flavours - Sizzling Chinese Beef, Thai Sweet Chicken & Mexican Chilli these crisps come in nice 35g bags. The three flavours all have that spice factor...

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“Unexpectedly Helpful”

published 20/05/2004

ProKind of a potato biscuit

ConsI prefered the poppadums (in joke)

Grimly chewing on a thick, "homestyle" potato crisp, I amused myself thinking that a company called The Real McCoy (accept no imitation) has produced a product called Sweet Thai Chicken, which contains no chicken; Chinese Sizzling beef that contains no beef. I suppose the Vegeterian logo should...

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