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Ray Gray, Apple Sauce Dip, pot Pork Crackling Review

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Bag Size: 70 g
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Reviewed 16th January 2009

Purchased from: Free sample pack greatly appreciated

Opening a pot is something new, Peeling back a foil lid. Whatever will they think of next.

The smell of this box of scratchings is fairly plain, but wait... there's a slight hint of meatiness. There are six pieces in the box! yes six, but before you choke on you pint, wait a minute. All the pieces are big and long and fat. They look like they have been selected by hand and lovingly and neatly laid down in the pot. Still, a few more would have been nice, but I suppose that's where the bag option comes into it's own.

Even though there so few actual pieces, there is a good range of colours, some have meat, some have hairs and all have nice thick fat. Good clean scratchings. No flavourings. I put one in the dip, and at last I see the point! Salt and Sweet. This pack really shows off the benefit of the apple sauce dip. I generally don't care too much for the sweeter things in life, but I do like this dip. It's a new and pleasant scratching experience.

The Scratchings are improved with the dip. No bits, dust or anything at the bottom, but there wouldn't be would there. Nice.

Thanks to Graham Jebb at Ray Gray snacks

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