£2£3£1.33 per 100g
- Award-winning Pipers crisps are made with British potatoes and carefully sourced ingredients
- Impress your guests with a 150g bag to share
- Gluten free
- Perfect for an indulgent night in or alfresco dining
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|Typical Values||Per 100g|
|Of which Saturates||3g|
|Of which Sugars||1.6g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (117)
Theyre too good, so I try not to buy them as theyre not great for the waistline. The taste is genuinely good though and theyre not too salty tasting.
The flavouring on these crisps is amazing, reminds me of crisps from back in the day! Strong flavour and a good crunch on the crisp.
These are the best beef crisps I have eaten for a long time. Like beef crisps used to be before they all went suitable for vegetarians! Lovely beefy flavour and British. Incredibly expensive though, so I only buy them on offer.
No crunch \- stale crisps
Despite having 3 months shelf life left these crisps tasted stale and were chewy. Shame as the flavour was good.
Not as nice as I was expecting.
These crisps are a nice texture and a nice flavour, but the don't taste as beefy as I was expecting. Weirdly, despite containing no mustard, that's the strongest taste in there. Must be a combination of the yeast extract and paprika in them. I'd like more beefyness and less of the other taste. Good texture though, usually these types of crisps are too hard or too thick to be enjoyable.
Leagues above any other brand!
Pipers Crisps are outstanding - leagues above any other brand. We tried all 7 flavours and each one is superb. The crisps are enormous and have a gorgeous crisp, crunchy fresh texture and the most glorious flavours. They only use sunflower oil, not cheap harmful rapeseed oil which many brands have started to add, and they are British with locally sourced ingredients. The Atlas Mountains Wild Thyme & Rosemary are the best crisps I have ever eaten. Their whole range is outstanding!