Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Food & Drink

Crisps Sold By Tesco Might Be So Hot You Need Gloves!

These will leave you red handed unless you’re careful.

Seabrooks Crisps

Image via

What does every shopper need to eat their food? A pair of gloves! Oh, wait…

That’s right for Tesco’s newest release, manufacturers have been wearing safety gear. That includes safety glasses, gloves and jackets. And what type of food is causing such a reaction you ask?

Crisps, of course. Although, these are not just ordinary savoury treats. Seabrooks’ Scorchin’ Hot Trinidad Scorpion Chilli crisps are made with the second hottest chilli in the world. Honestly, I could understand why manufacturing bag upon bags of these crazy chips would warrant gloves. But, I’m not so sure if the average consumer could need them. We all know how most of a bag of crisps is air…

We can kind of see these crisps becoming a new YouTube trend

These beauties will be sold at £1.59 per sharing bag. You’re going to want to try these with others if they are as hot as the name suggests. Along with the Trinidad Scorpion Chilli flavour, Tesco will also be selling Seabrooks’ Smokin’ Hot Smokehouse Cayenne and Searin’ Hot Chilli and Lemon flavours.

Want to know more about the side effects of hot food? Read about this worst headache induced by the world’s hottest chilli pepper!

Written By

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You May Also Like


Whether you're in college or a fresh graduate, having a third place can provide important benefits for mental health and socialization.

Social Media

Discover how online literary communities shape contemporary reading culture, influencing trends and preferences in literature in society.


I survived bed bugs while long-term traveling in Europe and you can too! Read this article to stay pest-free during your travels.

Social Media

As summer approaches, it's time to consider whether or not you want to have a hot girl summer.

Copyright © 2022 Trill! Mag