It's with these factors in mind that I proudly purchased a bag of O'Donnells Irish Cider and Malt Vinegar from British multinational grocery retailer - Tesco. I bought them as part of a bigger shop, and as something to tide me over before dinner. It would be strange to go all the way to a big supermarket to buy one bag of crisps, wouldn't it? Opening up the bag I was greeted by a decent amount of good sized crisps. The texture was consistent with the other varieties in the O'Donnells crisping stable (Mature Irish Cheese and Red Onion & Sweet Chilli Flavour) thick and chunky but not too thick or chunky, if you know what I mean. It's also worth noting that they are quite a heavy crisp, which as far as I'm concerned is a good thing. The flavour is where it's at as far as these are concerned and O'Donnells have rammed as much flavour as possible in each and every crisp. If you're a fan of salt and vinegar they'll be a joy. However it should be noted that these are for seasoned salt and vinegar fans as the flavours are big bold and brave, and quite delicious.
All in all these crisps are a great addition to Irish crisp industry and Ed O'Donnell (the bloke that makes the crisps) and friends should be delighted with themselves.
I also like the bag.