Monday, March 16, 2015

Tyrrell's Chips Giveaway

Not only are we excited for spring, we are also excited to be partnering with our friends at Tyrrell's Chips, makers of exceedingly English, delicious potato chips for a fun giveaway. Enter your favorite flavor of chips (or crisps, if you prefer) in the comments section below for a chance to win a case 12 large bags of Tyrrell's Chips from The Bee's Knees. If you are the lucky winner you will be able to try flavors Mature Cheddar and Chives (my favorite) and Sea Salt and Cider Vinegar.
Cooked by hand in small batches on their farm in Herefordshire, these chips are high-quality. You won't be able to stop at one handful!


Good luck!
Cheers,
Lucinda & Donna


49 comments:

  1. sea salt and cider vinegar :D

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  2. Chives sounds wonderful, would love to try them, thank you for the chance!

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  3. The WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE & SUNDRIED TOMATO Chips sound sooo good to me.

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  4. mmm...Mature Cheddar and Chives!

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  5. Actually, I've never had Tyrrell's chips but they sound awesome. There's nothing like chips made in small batches by someone who knows what they're doing. Thanks!

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  6. I'd love to give the red, White, and Blue lightly salted crisps a go! We loved Tyrell's when we lived in London. They're among many things wed miss from there.

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  7. Sea salt & cider would be my first choice. (However, they all sound yummy!)

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  8. My favorite is the Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar...a little salty and tangy for a quick snack.

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  9. Cheddar and Chives chips with a good brew of beer to wash them down!

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  10. I've tried the Cheddar and Chives and they were SO good, they are definitely my favorite!

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  11. My favorite is the Sweet Chilli Red Pepper They are delicious!

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  12. Tyrrell's Worcestershire Sauce & Sundried Tomato Potato Chips they are difficult to find though :(

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  13. I adore the Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar ones!
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  14. Sea Salt and Cracked Black Pepper - YUM!

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  15. Sea salt and cider vinegar. :) Thank you!

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  16. Never had them before, but the cheddar & chive sound good!

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  17. Mature cheddar and chives are amazing!

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  18. Sweet Chili have always been a favorite - as are the Salt & Vinegar (makes my mouth water just thinking of them :)

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  19. Mature Cheddar and Chives....

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  20. Sea Salt and Cider Vinegar sounds wonderful to me!

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  21. I love the sea salt! Thank you for the chance!

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  22. Sea salt & cider vinegar -- yum!

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  24. Mature Cheddar and Chives sounds great!

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  25. Anything with sea salt and cider vinegar is perfect!

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  26. Cheddar and Chives, please. Great promotion. Keep up the excellent work.

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  27. Mature Cheddar and chives - definitely!

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  28. I love Sea Salt & Vinegar flavored chips!
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  29. I can't really say which kind is my favorite because I haven't ever gotten a chance to try any of Tyrrell's chips! They look delicious! I need to try these!! Every kind looks like it WOULD be my favorite!

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  30. Mature Cheddar and Chives sounds soo good!

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  31. Undecided on my fav, I lile all of them!

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  32. Would love to try them, I will eat any chip even before its time!

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  33. Mature cheddar and chives sounds great!

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  34. Salt and Vinegar are my absolute favourites.

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  35. My friends go to England every year. I beg them to bring back a bag of Tyrrell's. They always end up eating them on the plane. So, I will gladly take whatever flavors are featured in the contest. But Worcestershire and Sundried Tomato sound good, too. Thank you. Sandra Radlein

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