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Cheesus, Tesco Is Selling Camembert And Rosemary Flavour Crisps

Cheesus, Tesco Is Selling Camembert And Rosemary Flavour Crisps

Forget Halloween, Bonfire night or anything else - the Christmas countdown is officially on and we're all about snuggling up on the sofa scoffing on pigs in blankets and cheese on crackers.

Perhaps one of the best things about Chrimbo is all the copious amounts of food that is acceptable to eat, including lots of unusual additions that we never see on our shelves the rest of the year.

Credit: Tesco
Credit: Tesco

We recently learned Sainsbury's is selling Brussels sprouts flavour tea, and now it turns out Tesco is selling camembert with rosemary flavoured hand cooked crisps, and doesn't get much more festive than this.

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The unusual snack is part of the supermarket's Finest range so we know it's going to be top quality for all the fine cheese fans out there.

Each limited edition bags are 150g and cost just £1 each, which is the same as all the other different varieties of crisps in Tesco's Finest range.

The crisps combine strong flavours of Camembert cheese and rosemary while being hand cut from British potatoes and they sound incredible.

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Each bag of cheesy deliciousness contains a whopping 774 calories, so understandably they're expected to be shared, but come on, calories don't count at Christmas.

Credit: Sainsbury's
Credit: Sainsbury's

And let's face it, come Christmas time, we'll eat pretty much anything that's put in front of us, so we'd definitely be up for trying some of Sainsbury's festive Brussels sprouts flavour and pigs in blanket flavour teas.

In all honesty, we're not sure if they're going to be disgusting or an absolute game changer, but we're definitely up for finding out.

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Credit: Sainsbury's
Credit: Sainsbury's

The noveltea bags (get it?) come in packs of 20 for just £1, so you can definitely stock up and make sure the entire family gets involved.

Both the Brussels sprouts tea and the pigs in blankets tea are best served without milk.

Featured Image Credit: Tesco

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Tesco

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]