Grown and hand cooked on a family farm in East Anglia, award-winning Corkers crisps are a cut above the standard British crisp. And I’ve got a big box full of them to give away so one lucky tikichris reader can taste the difference for free.
So who wants a free batch of these extra crispy pan fried crisps made from potatoes grown on a hundreds-of-years-old family farm in the rich Fenland soil of Cambridgeshire? Keep reading.
Maybe it’s the fact that Corkers is a sixth generation family-run business that gives the brand a tastier edge? Or maybe it’s their exclusive use of delicious Naturalo potatoes for their crisps? Whatever the case, as best I can tell, there’s a more crunch and flavour to a Corkers crisp than more other brands offer. It’s a slightly thicker cut of crisp too.
Corkers’ potato crisp flavours include the following:
- Simply Sea Salt
- Sea Salt and Black Peper
- Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar
- Sweet Thai Chilli
- Pork Sausage and English Mustard
- Cheddar and Chive
- Duck and Hoisin Sauce
I’ve got two faves: the Simply Sea Salt and the Pork Sausage and English Mustard.
But those are just the potato crisps! Corkers does amazing vegetable crisps and popcorn too! And they’ve just launched a new line of crisps cooked in Greek olive oil (more on that to come hopefully).
Keen to discover your preferred Corkers crisp flavour?
To be in with a chance to win a taster box of Corkers crisps make sure you’re following @CorkersCrisps and @tikichris on Twitter and tweet the following:
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I’ll pick one winner at random on Thursday 26 October at 11.30am BST. The winner will receive a taster box of handmade gourmet British crisps from Corkers Crisps. To be eligible to win, you need to have an address in the UK where the prize can be posted. Good luck.
About Corkers Crisps
Look for Corkers crisps at prestigious landmarks such as National Trust properties, selected Waitrose stores, independent delis and farm shops nationwide. For plenty more details and information go to corkerscrisps.co.uk.