Monday, 22 December 2014

Nib Nibs review and giveaway #5

We are passionate about nibbling and love creating moreish quality snacks that are full of the very best of everything. We personally source our ingredients and always ensure they are the finest quality and wherever possible most definitely British. 

We also produce all of our snacks at our bakery in North Yorkshire. We are reassuringly local and a true artisan producer.

Have you heard of Nib Nibs before? These lovely cheesy pastry straws are an alternative to Mini Cheddars. 

I have received:
Mininibs Roasted Salt & Pepper Jumbo Peanuts (70g)
Mininibs Exceptional Cheddar Cheese Straws (65g)
Mininibs Exceptional Cheddar & Spicy Chilli Straws (65g)
Mininibs Exceptional Cheddar & Cheeky Onion Straws (65g)

Nib Nibs are also available in four delicious flavours: Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper; West Country Cheddar; West Country Cheddar and Cheeky Onion and West Country Cheddar & Spicy Chilli, in a generous 175g pack.

I am a big fan of pretty much everything cheese related and was very eager to try Mininibs. Mininibs tub has a pull- back foil seal which can be left or you can easily peel it away and use just the re-sealable lid.
Save to say that the contents of each tub was finished within few minutes mainly by myself. I had to share them with my husband but as a breastfeeding mother ;-) I had the most of it.

From the 3 different flavours my favourite one is cheddar and onion. I thought that it's very tender and onion flavour is not overpowering at all, where as cheddar cheese straws were a little bit too strong for me. The real "heat" for us were cheddar and chilly straws, they definitely have a kick to it, but it is quite gentle which is great as I prefer to eat spicy food and to enjoy the flavours rather than not to be able to taste anything.

My second favourite- salt and pepper peanuts, I liked them so much that I had to lick the whole tub afterwards, I just couldn't get enough of them!
These are absolutely delicious, I have previously tried peppercorn crisps from a different brand which my husband brought from work which I thought are way too strong, I felt as if the actual peppercorns were stuck in my throat and had a weird pepper after-taste in my mouth. So having tasted the crisps I knew what to expect. I was totally wrong! Mininibs peanuts are much nicer and more enjoyable!

The only problem I had was with finding local stockists, there is just one farm shopc in my area who might stock Nib Nibs (I haven't checked yet), I have managed to find an online store, where you can purchase Mininibs at £1.95. If you would like to find your local stockists please click here.

I am very please to offer my readers the chance to WIN a selection of their own Nib Nibs simply fill in the Rafflecopter form below.

Where do you nibble yours?

Disclaimer: I was sent the above items for the purpose of this review. All thought and opinions are my own.

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