PICS: You Can Now Buy Tayto Crisp Sandwich Packs From This Dublin Business

Or King crisps, if you prefer


A nation's prayers have been answered: you can now buy a pack for making Tayto and King crisp sandwiches.

The genius behind this idea was Mary Crowe of Retrocandycarts, a business that's been providing candy carts and tables, popcorn, candy floss, slushie machines, chocolate fountains, and other personalised favours at party occasions for that last three years.

The Fonthill Road business's all-new Tayto and King party packs contain one packet of crisps, two slices of bread (in a sealed bag), two portions of butter, one knife and a personalised sticker, all for €2.20.

Take a look at 'em below.


If you want to order some of these bad boys for an upcoming special occasion, you can contact Retrocandycarts here.

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Seán Kenehan

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