Cheese twisties don’t taste like they used to
They definitely don’t taste the same. Bring back the original recipe. Both my husband and myself agreed that , although they look the same, they definitely taste differently to the original recipe of years ago.
Tastes so good!
The cheesy flavour is addictive! They're super cheap i bought them on special at kmart. Super aussie product, perfect for a party or after school snack! Would recommend smiths chips!
Purchased in March 2019 at kmart for A$3.00.
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Heartbroken over recipe change
Twisties used to be the best chips I’d tried out of anywhere in the world - I was obsessed with them, as was my sister. But the recipe changed around 2012, and they’ve been a tasteless shadow of their former selves ever since. I miss the old recipe so much, and it looks like many others do too. Bring it back Twisties!!!
Purchased in November 2017.
What have you done!?! I have not had these in quote a few years. Felt like some today. Brought a packet, and wow, ewww!! The flavour is all wrong. They taste so gross I can't even finished my packet... Bring back the original flavouring! whatever you have done to change these is a big mistake, I wont be back.
I love twisties. Definitely recommend eating. Absolutely delicious. Just ate a whole bag. (It was a small bag, don't worry.) The year 1950 was the greatest year in Australian history - the day twisties were created. Even though twistes may be bad for your physical health, there sure are fantastic for your mental health. I'm as happy as a clam. Cheese is obviously better than chicken, however both are good...twisties are the best thing ever made. Passed down from generation to generation, twisties never fail to put a smile on our faces. Highly recommend in a sandwich with vegemite. You can't get much better than that. It surprises me that people only gave them 1 or 2 stars. Don't worry twistie company. We love you!!!
Yummmmmy still as good as ever
Not the type of food you want to eat if you want to live till 100, but if your someone who doesn’t care about your life expectancy or your blood pressure, this snack is for you.
If I could describe the taste of twisties its “delicious”. To those unfamiliar with twisties, it is a mysterious snack and a league of its own. A tasty addictive cheesy snack like no other. Corn based, shaped funny, bright yellowy orange and non uniform in size. You get large bits and long bits at the top, as well as short bits and the tiny twiggy bits at bottom of ...the packet. It is a classic, and has been around for ages. Mum use to pack it in my lunch box as a kid. Quite popular at Australian parties and goes well with a beer. I put it in my sandwich, as that’s how you must eat it and I have to say it’s amazing. Never get sick of it. Sure it’s an unhealthy snack, has no nutritional value, gives you pimples and plays some part in the obesity epidemic, but it’s an established Australian product. They are everywhere, in supermarkets, petrol station, stations and many vending machines. Twistie has made history. It’s been around since Gough Whitlam, Daryl Braithwaite, Bob Hawke and Pauline Hansen. My grandparents know of twisties. My parents had twisties. So will my kids. It is a classic. The one and only true legendary snack. Serve them at parties. Have it with beer.
Brand of twisties now a brand made in Malysia
Sold at Shell at Cowra NSW very disappointed they are either a brand copying Smith's or but claims to be Twisties. Same colour packet yellow and red and called twisties and hard to open packet. When finally opened the packet bland looking and bland tasting chops we aren't usually expecting when we eat twisties. The packet says "cheeky cheddar cheese" yuck. Cheeky to fool us with the packet but definitely can't fool us with the taste Australians are used to. A shame.
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