We use traditionally matured Ashmore Farmhouse cheese from Cheesemakers of Canterbury to create the nation’s favourite classic combination in our own special way.
Jane, the producer of Ashmore Farmhouse cheese, loves the full-bodied flavour of our Ashmore Cheese & Onion crisps. A familiar sight at farms across the Kent countryside, Oast Houses were originally used for hop drying, though today are more commonly converted for homes.
Produced to the Barnes family’s traditional recipe, Biddenden Cider is used in our Sea Salt & Vinegar with Biddenden Cider flavour crisps to give a delicious, slightly sweet taste. Tom & Will Barnes believe we have created a truly mouth-watering flavour.
We are delighted to partner with Leeds Castle, Kent, as our pack front partner, originally to celebrate their 900th anniversary. Known as “the loveliest castle in the world”, Leeds Castle is open to visitors throughout the year.
Made with real chipotle – smoked jalepeño – chillies, grown at Kent Chilli Farm, which have allowed us to create a wonderfully smokey flavour leaving you with a chilli kick. Steve, our chilli farmer, loves how we have captured the true chipotle flavour.
Our pack front partner, Turner Contemporary, a previous host of the Turner Prize, offers an inspiring day out in Margate, famed for its glorious, colour filled sunsets.
This hearty combination has been developed with our friends at Pork & Co, to create a traditionally English flavour with local roots. Sam from Pork & Co loves the way this flavour gives a meaty punch to the taste buds!
One of Kent’s most visited landmarks, Canterbury Cathedral has been welcoming pilgrims & visitors since the Middle Ages, and continues to offer the same Benedictine hospitality today.
The newest addition to the Kent Crisps range, we have worked with Marie at Kent Shepherd whose sheep graze the fields of her family farm to create a real taste of British Sunday lunch, in a crisp! Marie loves the pairing of these traditional & delicious flavours.
The Romney Marsh is home to many churches, including our partner St Thomas a Beckett Church, where Romney sheep are free to roam in the surrounding fields.
Inspired by the famous Whitstable Oysters, our Oyster & Vinegar crisps are just like a taste of the Kentish seaside, offering a unique taste sensation. And what could be more British than a row of brightly coloured beach huts? Ours are situated at Seasalter, just around the corner from Whitstable, but you’ll find them the whole way along the Kent coast.
We add just the right amount of sea salt to our British potatoes, allowing their flavour to shine through. As well as rolling countryside, Kent is also bordered by 350 miles of coastline, with seaside towns & villages having been key sites of sea salt production in years gone by.