In performing this intense search we discovered great products such as LapSnack Chilli Puffs, Dave’s Insanity Popcorn, Hot Headz Satan’s Nuts, but then found the ultimate chilli snack that soon became part of our bestsellers.
And what can this top spicy treat be other than Blair’s Death Range of chilli crisps? We have introduced these crisps to chilli beginners as well as hardcore chilli fans and absolutely everybody loved them! Although named “Death Rain”, the range is rather medium to hot but still packs a real punch! The great thing about Blair’s crisps is that whatever you feel like at the time you can be sure to find a flavour that suits you.
For an everyday treat our tastebuds usually lead us to Blair’s Cheddar crisps. Instead of that chemical processed cheese that leaves an oily film around your gums and teeth you get real flavour that lingers long after you have eaten it but in a subtle and enjoyable way. Blair’s chilli crisps are also much appreciated for their crunchiness. It might seem obvious but this is a feature we often find disappointing in mainstream crisps. Blair’s version look and feel like proper potato slices toasted in the oven.
We were utterly crushed to hear that Blair’s discontinued their Habanero crisps which were definitely worth storing by the crate! Fret not though as Blair’s Buffalo Wings crisps are a very good alternative. Just hot enough and with a wonderful chicken flavour, these crisps are for those that crave a substantial snack in the middle of the afternoon or after a hard day’s work.
Blair’s Death Rain Chipotle crisps are quite unique. People seem to have a love/hate relationship with these but even the most reluctant go back to find out what makes these crisps so wonderful. Is it the smoky flavour and underlying heat? Is it the fact that as you get to the bottom of the pack, things get more and more pungent and intriguing? We still haven’t made up our minds and don’t intend to as we feel it’s a losing battle they are that good!
Our bestseller’s flavour of crisps by Blair’s by far is the Habanero. These are definitely not for the faint-hearted and many a customer found themselves in an impossible position of wanting to finish the bag as the habanero flavour is so wonderful but really struggling to handle the heat which makes the whole reputation of habaneros. We often have to sell these by bags of 5 or 6 as people can never get enough.
We cannot wait for Blair’s to develop its range of chilli crisps but you can be sure to have good basics already available at the Devil’s Garden with Cheddar, Buffalo Wings, and Habanero