When I was asked if I'd like to try a selection of baked snacks from a company based in North Yorkshire, I jumped at the chance. As well as being a lover of savoury products, I like to support local businesses.
Nib Nibs are based in Ripon and make premium baked British nibbles using quality British ingredients. I received a selection from the range to try:- Exceptional Cheddar Cheese Straws and three tubs of mininibs, Exceptional Cheddar Cheese Straws, Exceptional Cheddar & Cheeky Onion Straws and Exceptional Cheddar & Spicy Chilli Straws.
The mininibs come in handy sized tubs which are sealed for freshness. Be warned though, once you break that seal you'll feel compelled to eat the lot, they're so moreish.
We started off by sampling the cheese straws and were very pleasantly surprised. They're a pastry straw twice baked for a crunchy texture and I can vouch that they're exceptionally cheesy in flavour.
The mininibs were a huge hit. They're bite sized and it's so easy to keep popping them in your mouth, yum yum. Again, the cheese ones were strongly flavoured. I didn't think the onion flavour in the cheddar and cheeky onion was too overpowering, more a hint of onion and the same with the cheddar and spicy chilli flavour. Mick isn't a lover of anything too spicy but he enjoyed these as the level of chilli flavouring alongside the cheese is just right.
We enjoyed these nib nibs very much. They're good nibbles to have in over Christmas and for the rest of the year too. They'd be great for adding to hampers. The handy tubs also make them ideal when travelling, the fact that they're resealable with their plastic lids ensure that they'll keep fresh too.
I can definitely recommend nib nibs and I'm sure they'll become a regular treat here.
I should just mention that the products were sent to me free of charge but I have not been paid for writing this review.
If you'd like to be in with a chance of winning a selection of products from the nib nibs range, enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below. On this occasion, I'm afraid the giveaway is open to the UK only. One winner will be chosen at random. Good luck.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
They look, and sound, delicious even though they're not something that I'd normally eat. Flighty xxReplyDelete
I love this type of snack and I can definitely recommend this brand.Delete
Oooh these look just my kind of snack, I will look out for them when we go to Ripon next year. I have entered the rafflecopter too :-)ReplyDelete
There's lots of places where they're sold, you can find your local stockist on the website. Good luck in the giveaway.Delete
They sound nice Jo and next time we are over I'll have to look out for them. Better than salty potato crisps.(which I don't eat anyway). Take care.ReplyDelete
I have to admit to loving crisps, they're my downfall, especially Walker's Cheese and Onion.Delete
They sound very tasty! xxReplyDelete
They are, they're very moreish.Delete
These look yummy! Hope I win.ReplyDelete
They're very yummy. Good luck.Delete
They look nice, I've never seen them before although they are the sort of thing that we eat far too many of at Christmas xReplyDelete
We're the same, we do love savoury nibbles.Delete
Unfortunately that does not include me.ReplyDelete
Have a very Happy Christmas jo to you and yours.
Enjoy the tasty snacks!
I'm sorry about that. I do try to make my giveaways worldwide so that all my readers can enter but unfortunately, it's UK only on this one. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you and yours too.Delete
These sound great but have yet to see them on saleReplyDelete
There's a map on the website which allows you to search for stockists in your local area. I hope that's of some help to you.Delete
These sound delicious and very moreish:)ReplyDelete
They are. They didn't last very long, they were a real hit in this house.Delete
They do sound lovely! Please enter me in the draw!ReplyDelete
They're delicious. You have up to ten entries in the draw if you enter the Rafflecopter.Delete