When we heard that Nibnibs were looking for people to review some of their products we jumped at the chance as we love nibbles & these are amongst the best. When you pull off the foil seal & open a tub the smell of the lovely cheese flavour that isn’t over strong or manufactured arose from it.
They really are more-ish, Granddad Al went into gerbil mode munching & crunching his way through the whole tub whilst I was on Skype with Jake & Grace. I managed to taste a small amount of them before they had gone. I loved them; they are about an inch long, of crunchy yumminess.
I remember making cheese straws at school, but I don’t remember them tasting anywhere as good as Nibnibs.
Nibnibs are made by Darren & Susan in Yorkshire, being a Lancashire girl born & bred I’m always wary of things from accross the Penines but I have to recommend these.
They come in a range of flavours, Exceptional Cheddar Cheese straws, Exceptional Cheddar & Spicy Chilli straws, Exceptional Cheddar & Cheeky Onion straws, we even received Roasted Salt & Pepper Jumbo peanuts. They are a perfect accompaniment to a good film!
I’ve even found a use for the empty tubs, I’ve put the grandchildren’s crayons in one, my button collection in another one & I’m sure the other tubs will fill up soon with crafting bits & pieces, so they are great for upcycling too.
Nibnibs have kindly offered to sent one of you lucky people a range of their nibbles too, how kind are they! So just fill in the rafflecopter form below & good luck.
So the question is “Where do you nibble yours?
UK entries only please
We were sent these nibbles for the purposes of this review but all words & opinions are my own.
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