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Tudor Crisps

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Tudor Crisps were the best tasting crisps ever, especially the pickled onion and tomato sauce flavour. I seem to recall collecting empty bags and sending them off to collect Tudor Butterflies! When I wasnt sending them away I used to melt them under the grill to make badges!


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Do You Remember Tudor Crisps?

Do You Remember Tudor Crisps?

  • Anonymous user
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    I remember the kipper flavors crisp but you can't get them any more so bring back smiths as they had the for thought of the future I think
  • Anonymous user
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    I recall these being sold at the school tuck shop. The sweet & sour flavour were amazing. Ahhh good times x
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to get hot dog & mustard off a ice cream van i was only about 7 they were brill then the juice man came bon accord cream soda great times
  • Anonymous user
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    tudor are my all time favourite crisps especially roast chicken mince sauce and curry sauce .
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember the advert for Tudor crisps, set in the North East of England "Deliver these papers and I'll give ye a canny bag of crisps" (I think the paper round entailed delivering to multi-storey flats!)
  • Anonymous user
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    Does anyone remember in the 1970,s you had to save up and send off 6 packets to get a Dinosaur. I,d love to know what it was. I remember getting the T-rex.
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to love all Tudor flavours, they should bring them back!!! I have just bought a Tudor Crisps Newcastle United badge from eBay & it brings back memories :-)
  • Anonymous user
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    the tribal badges were "wear 'em Scare 'em's" ... my dad ran marketforce in sunderland where empty bags were exchanged for stuff !!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember buying these from the vending machine in the swimming baths in the late 80's
  • Anonymous user
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    yeah...i used make badges...crisp packet on the end of the poker and carefully hold over the coal fire....happy days..