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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: The world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks come packed in a speical box with certificate of authenticity Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: One of the world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: The world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks come packed in a speical box. This picture shbows the strain of potato used Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: The world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks come packed in a speical box Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: The world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks come packed in a speical box shown here with one of the firm's beers Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 7426 Crisps 1 20/10/2016 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : St Eriks A Swedish brewery has launched the world' most expensive potato chips - because it did not feel anything on the market would go well enough with its beers.St Eriks created the brand of crisps using five very specific ingredients - Matsutake mushrooms picked from northern Swedish forests, truffle seaweed from the Faroe Islands, Crown Dill from the Bj??re Peninsula, Leksand onion and India Pale Ale Wort.But the packs are not an option for the seriously-hungry, as each box contains just five crisps, handmade by a chef.A first batch of 100 boxes was snapped up instantly, despite selling for 499 Swedish krona / ??Z51 Euros / $56 USD / ?L46 GBP per box - around ??Z10 Euros / $11 USD / ?L9 GBP per crips.Each box was accompanied by a letter of authenticity.Brand manager Marcus Friari said the brewer was passionate about the craftsmanship that goes into its beer. He added:??? At the same time, we felt that we were missing a snack of the same status to serve with it.??s A first-??class beer deserves a first-??class snack, and this is why we made a major effort to produce the world???s most exclusive potato chips. 'We???re incredibly proud to be able to present such a crispy outcome.'???The potatoes used to make the crisps come from Ammarn??s in northern Sweden, where hills are so steep that they have to be planted and harvested by hand. Chef Pi Le said: ??sAll of the ingredients are of a stature that not many will have tried before. ??sThese chips are an excellent accompaniment to craft beer, or simply enjoyed on their own.??? OPS: The world???s most expensive potato chips by St Eriks come packed in a speical box Picture supplied by Ferrari